•  Soon-to-be-former White House communications director Hope Hicks has seen her personal life on every supermarket news stand in the US.  She was the secret lover in Porter’s departure as White House staff secretary after past domestic-abuse allegations came to light.  And she recently resigned her own position the day after giving nine hours of closed-door testimony before the House Intelligence Committee in the Russia investigation.  Who is Hope Hicks dating? Rea;;y not important who was she lieing too was what they were interested in.

•  Hicks, a former model who has worked for the Trump family for three years (originally in PR for Ivanka Trump's fashion brand), was dating Rob Porter at the moment, according to CNN and the Daily Mail. 

Hicks was involved in crafting White House chief of staff John Kelly's response to allegations Porter abused two of his ex-wives, which called Porter "a man of true integrity and honor." She was rebuked for that by President Trump, and Porter resigned the afternoon the statement was released.

Before dating Porter, Hope Hicks reportedly dated Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, although he was still married to his wife at the time. Lewandowski has also been accused of violence against women, having been charged with battery by Florida police for roughly handling a female reporter during a Trump rally in March 2016. 

Page Six reported Lewandowski and Hicks had a “ creaming match" on a New York City Street after Lewandowski was fired from the campaign and Hicks chose to stay on.

•  Hicks has said she is resigning from the White House to “ eek other opportunities" but has not said what those will be, or where she plans to be based.  ( Bordellos are hiring in several foreign countries and obviously she has no problems with the  trash dodos she hangs with) 

Here’s what you need to know about the elusive Hicks, 
who rarely speaks publicly and has no social media presence.

•   Born in 1988 and grew up in the wealthy New York City suburb of Greenwich.

•  She’s a former standout lacrosse player.  She was co­-captain of the lacrosse team at Greenwich High School, and played lacrosse in college.  After graduating from Southern Methodist University in 2010, where she played club lacrosse, Hicks headed for New York in 2012 to work at Hiltzik Strategies, a public relations firm. Her boss was Matthew Hiltzik, widely known as a Democratic PR operative who worked for both Hillary Clinton and film producer Harvey Weinstein.  ( More great choices) 

•  She is a model from upscale Greenwich, Connecticut.   She modeled on a Ralph Lauren campaign and was the teen cover model for the first book of a Gossip Girl offshoot called The It Girl series, per Cosmopolitan.  She even had a cameo on Guiding Light.

•   While employed there, Hicks was assigned to work on a project for one of Hiltzik’s clients: the Ivanka Trump brand.   According to GQ, Ivanka was expanding her fashion line and tapped Hicks to do PR and modeling for the brand. Hicks even appeared online in a mint-colored dress, black clutch, and heels from the Ivanka Trump collection.
Ivanka and Hicks struck up a friendship through their working relationship, with Ivanka praising her as “brilliant, kind & wickedly” funny when she was named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 list last year.

•  Donald Trump hand-picked Hicks to be his campaign spokesperson.  In October of 2014,  Donald Trump hired Hicks to work in-house for The Trump Organization — and just three months later tapped her for a job within his burgeoning campaign.

•   In January 2015, Hicks was working on the 25th floor of Trump Tower with Ivanka when she received a call from Trump to come into his office.   “Mr. Trump looked at me and said, ‘I’m thinking about running for president, and you’re going to be my press secretary,’ ” Hicks told New York magazine. “I think it’s ‘the year of the outsider.’ It helps to have people with outsider perspective.”

•  Her mother, according to the magazine, reportedly told her she should write a book about this experience someday. “She said it would be like Primary Colors, and I told her, ‘You don’t even know.’ ”   

•   She was a political novice before working for Trump, Town & Country described her as “25 at the time and while she was a registered Republican, she had no experience in politics.”  But she hails from a family steeped in politics and public relations.
Her parents met while working in Washington, with her mother working for a democrat from Tennessee and her father as chief of staff for a republican congressman from Connecticut, according to the Hartford Courant.

•   While Hicks has no social media presence, during the campaign she took dictation from Trump to tweet.   A former Trump campaign official told Town & Country that Hicks “does everything from big important conversations to getting a cup of coffee … or whatever it takes to make Trump succeed in the moment. She puts his success above her own.”

•   This includes steaming Trump’s pants while he was still wearing them — and receiving a scolding when she forgot the wrinkle-erasing device, according to a new tell-all book by former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Let Trump Be Trump.

•   “When we landed, it was Hope’s job to steam him. ‘Get the machine!’ he’d yell,” Lewandowski wrote. “And Hope would take out the steamer and start steaming Mr. Trump’s suit, while he was wearing it! She’d steam the jacket first and then sit in a chair in front of him and steam his pants.”

•   In the explosive tell-all Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, author Michael Wolff reveals that White House staffers say that Hicks, plays the role of President Trump’s “real daughter.”

•   Relationship troubles on the campaign trail — and in the White House, the demands of the campaign led to a breakup with Hicks’ boyfriend of six years, according to GQ.  Since then, she has been linked to the married Lewandowski during the election, and more recently to Porter. In an excerpt from Fire and Fury, Trump allegedly told Hicks that she was “the best piece of tail  Lewandowski will ever have.”

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