The Wall Street Journal: Hope Hicks officially named White House communications director

WASHINGTON — Hope Hicks, a longtime aide to President Donald Trump, will serve as permanent communications director, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Tuesday.

Hicks was appointed last month to serve as interim communications director, making her the fourth person in the first eight months of the administration to serve in that role.

Mike Dubke and Anthony Scaramucci both resigned from the role under pressure. Former Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who also assumed those duties on an interim basis, left the White House in July.

In the White House, Hicks, 28, has been director of strategic communications since the start of the administration.

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