Trump New Pick As Interim White House Communications Director Former Ralph Lauren model Is Everything Beauty (Photos)

Everything you need to know about her

Hope Hicks, 28, a former Ralph Lauren model has been hired to serve as White House interim communications director, replacing Anthony Scaramucci who was fired after10 days in the position for making derogatory statements.

Although, it's not the first time Hope is taking up a political duty, she worked as Trump's press secretary during his election campaign and she's reportedly his longest-serving political aide.
When Trump won the election, her patience and loyalty paid off and she got a new role in the Oval Office, director of strategic communications.

In that position, Hicks reportedly made the highest White house salary at $179,700 - equal to those of White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.
Hicks was a teenage model, who modeled for a Ralph Lauren campaign with her older sister Mary Grace at age 11. She was also signed to the top Ford modeling agency. She appeared as the face for the Gossip Girl spin-off book series 'The It Girl' and several others.
While holding the position of the White House communications director temporarily, Hicks will be making history as the youngest person to act in such position, which was created under President Nixon in 1969.
See more photos of the beautiful Hicks during her modeling days below..

Everything you need to know about her

The White House named Hope Hicks, 28, as the interim White House communications director. (Photo: Getty Images)
At just 28 years old, Hope Hicks got a major promotion: .
According to CNN, Hicks will assume the position left vacant by Anthony Scaramucci, who was ousted in July, and will juggle her new duties in addition to those that fall under her current gig as communications adviser.
The news blew up on Twitter, where Hicks was both congratulated and condemned for her lack of political experience. Now that we’ll undoubtedly see and hear more from Hicks, here are some fast facts about the rising-star millennial.
Hicks is a former model. At age 11, she appeared in a Ralph Lauren campaign, and later on the 2005 cover of The It Girl series, a Gossip Girl offshoot.
Hope Hicks on the 2005 cover of The It Girl series, a Gossip Girl offshoot. (Photo: Alloy Entertainment)
PR is in her blood. While she has no political experience outside of the current administration (in a 2016 profile, GQ called her “a registered but dispassionate Republican”), her father works in communications, first for the NFL and now as a partner at a PR firm.
She met the Trumps during postcollege life. According to GQ, in 2012, two years after graduating from Southern Methodist University in Texas, Hicks was employed at a New York City PR company where she worked with client Ivanka Trump‘s fashion brand. She ended up modeling for the line and began dressing like the first daughter, whom she reportedly idolized. From there, her “eager-to-please disposition” endeared her to Donald Trump, and in 2014, he hired her at the Trump Organization.
Hicks makes a six-figure salary. Her annual salary is $179,700, the same as strategist Steve Bannon and former chief of staff Reince Priebus, per Politico.
Hicks walking with Steve Bannon. (Photo: Getty Images)
Hicks was featured in a style profile on Ivanka Trump’s site. In 2015, Hicks modeled a green dress and was quoted saying, “In this outfit, I can jump on the shuttle to D.C. to do press for our upcoming hotel and come back to NYC in time for drinks with my boyfriend without having to change,” and “Dresses are easiest for me, especially on the road. I don’t have to think about pulling together an outfit. It’s one piece to put on, and then I’m out the door.”
Trump has a pet name for Hicks. It’s “Hopester” or “Hopie.” However, Hicks keeps it professional and calls him “Mr. Trump.”
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Hicks wielded an incredible amount of power during Trump’s presidential campaign. She received up to 250 requests per day to speak with him, but she bore the sole responsibility of deciding “who gets in and who’s kept out.”
She’s a workaholic. Hicks’s busy schedule leading up the election was the catalyst for her breakup with her boyfriend of six years (whose identity isn’t publicly known). And Hicks’s mother, Caye, told the New York Times that her daughter is all work, no play. “She doesn’t really talk to anybody anymore; she has no life,” she said.
Hicks sitting between Kellyanne Conway and Omarosa Manigault. (Photo: Getty Images)
She’s notoriously shy. Hicks agreed to a sit-down with GQ on one condition: She wouldn’t be interviewed personally. Instead, Donald Trump would speak for her while she sat in the same room. And in 2016, Hicks made a rare onstage appearance during the president’s “Thank You” tour after the election. “Hi,” she sheepishly greeted the crowd in Alabama. “Merry Christmas, everyone. And thank you, Donald Trump.”

Hicks is not social media savvy. Unlike her boss, Hicks doesn’t do much personal tweeting, but she does have a Facebook page with a professional head shot as a profile pic.
Still, Hicks suffered a social media scandal. In May, after she released an enthusiastic statement on the president’s “magnetic personality” in response to a Washington Post story that painted him as condescending to his staff, the 28-year-old was mocked on Twitter for her effusiveness.
She’s really committed to the president. “She believes in him, his leadership and abilities,” a Hicks family friend told the New York Times, “and she’s thrown herself completely into this.”

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