REPORT: Trump to Name Hope Hicks White House Communications Director. Hicks, currently the White House director of strategic communications, will be taking over the role that Anthony Scaramucci held for just ten days before being fired by Trump, the Daily Caller News Foundation reported: Hicks has been close by Trump’s side since the early days […]
The longtime aide will temporarily fill the spot left by Anthony Scaramucci and help the president find a replacement, an administration official said.
"'Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness’... I don’t think it was just meant for straight people."
Hope Hicks, the former Trump campaign spokesperson and a top presidential aide, has been named interim White House Communications Director following the dramatic departure of former Director Anthony Scaramucci. Ms Hicks, who is Mr Trump’s...Show More Summary
President Trump has tapped Hope Hicks as the interim communications director for the White House to replace Anthony Scaramucci. She has been with Trump since the beginning and seems to
Unwilling to relinquish his 15 minutes of fame, Anthony Scaramucci goes for laughs with Stephen Colbert. [The Hollywood Reporter] If, and admittedly that's a big if, Donald Trump gets impeached, Mike Pence will be ready. Just ask his personal PAC. Show More Summary
She’ll temporarily fill the role vacated by Anthony Scaramucci.
Hope Hicks, President Trump’s trusted confidante and adviser, is taking on expanded communications responsibilities while the White House searches for a new communications director to replace Anthony Scaramucci, who was fired from the job after just 10 days, according to a White House official. Hicks will work with White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders […]
As everyone from Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch to White House flash-in-the-pan Anthony Scaramucci to Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi calls on Donald Trump to fire chief strategist and white supremacist/alt-right booster Steve Bannon, the GOP's House crazies are offering a different take, writes the New York Times. Mr. Show More Summary
?? “I thought I was going to last longer than, like, a carton of milk.”
President Donald Trump has struggled to find staff that will work with him. Famously, he blew through a communications director Anthony Scaramucci in less than two weeks. Perhaps that is why he’s decided to name longtime loyalist Hope Hicks to the post. The Daily Caller cites a White House...
After a pause of two weeks - longer than he held his last job - Anthony Scaramucci is back on the record doing what he does best; attacking Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus.
The Daily Caller says the White House will soon have a new communications director following the short, ignominious career of Anthony Scaramucci: President Trump has offered the job to [Hope] Hicks and she has accepted the position, according to a White House insider. Hicks has been close by Trump’s side since the early days of […]
There was probably never going to be a great time for former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci to appear on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, but his previously scheduled guest spot coming this week after everything happening in...
Amy Davidson on the firing of Reince Priebus as the White House chief of staff and the arrival of Anthony Scaramucci as Donald Trump’s new communications director.
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Ousted White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci told Stephen Colbert that “if it were up to me” adviser Stephen Bannon would be fired.
The "Late Show" host's interview with the disgraced White House communications director did not disappoint. Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci entered "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" set to a chorus of boos. Show More Summary
Anthony Scaramucci made his Late Show debut on Monday night, the second stop on his unofficial media redemption tour. “I'm probably the only person that would come from the Trump administration, or formerly from the Trump administration, to sit here,” he told Stephen Colbert. Show More Summary
Anthony Scaramucci thinks there's no place in our society for neo-Nazi's and white supremacists, but he doesn't take that extra step and urge Trump to cut them from his base. We got The Mooch Monday in NYC at the Hunt & Fish Club, which he…