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Hope Hicks, President Donald Trump's longtime aide and confidante, conceived of some of the sharpest personal attacks in Trump's Twitter feed.
From Andrew McCabe, Rex Tillerson, and Gary Cohn to Anthony Scaramucci and Reince Priebus, here's everyone who has left the Trump administration so far.
With Hope Hicks out, the guy who runs Trump’s social media is the one who’s been around the longest — he started as Trump’s ca...
Dan Scavino is now the only campaign aide who's been with President Donald Trump since the beginning after Hope Hicks left the White House.
Photos capture the emotional moment Hope Hicks and Trump said goodbye on her last day at the White House
Hope Hicks gave what appeared to be an emotional goodbye to President Donald Trump on Thursday, her last day at the White House.
This White House's first year has seen more firings, resignations, and reassignments of top staffers than any other first-year White House in recent history.
Everyone’s blaming Corey Lewandowski for the Rob Porter scandal — because he still had ‘raw feelings’ for Hope Hicks and thoug...
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski may have helped expose allegations that former White House staff secretary Rob Porter abused his two ex-wives.
Long before Hope Hicks became the president's top aide and actor Alec Baldwin began impersonating him on "SNL," Hicks auditioned for a film Baldwin starred in.
We just got our latest hint that Hope Hicks has a detailed diary — and that could be of interest to investigators
Hope Hicks listed pros and cons of her resignation from the White House in her notebook, New York magazine said.
White House chief of staff John Kelly did not think much of outgoing communications director Hope Hicks, as a New York magazine profile laid out Sunday night.
Hope Hicks wrote the note Trump held reminding him to tell shooting survivors ‘I hear you’ — and the handwriting is a clear match to...
The "bubbly" handwriting in Trump's school shooting note matches Valentine's Day cards Hicks handed out to White House communications staff.