Following the dismissal of Anthony “The Mooch” Scarramucci, Hope Hicks, one of Donald Trump‘s longest serving political aides, has been named White House communications director at only 28-years-old.
For those who are political neophytes like myself, this is Hope Hicks. Hope Charlotte Hicks, born October 21, 1988, is President Donald J. Trump’s longest serving political aide and is the current White House communications director.
Hicks previously served as the press secretary and early communications director for Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, as well as the national press secretary for his presidential transition team. In January 2017, Hicks was honored with a spot on Forbes’ “30 under 30” list, having “served as a one-woman press team for Trump’s historic presidential campaign.” She also served as the White House’s director of strategic communications.
So, yeah, not only is this chick a dime, she’s been a one-lady-wrecking-crew for one of the biggest political movements this country has ever seen. Quite impressive.
COED wishes Hicks the best of luck in her new position, widely regarded as one of the most difficult jobs on earth.