January 14th – U.S. media said that sources revealed that Hope Hicks, Trump’s senior political adviser, had left on the 12th local time.
She made this decision after the riots in the U.S. Congress.
Hicks has not been to the White House in recent weeks, CNN reported.
She has previously repeatedly countered Trump’s unfounded allegations of election fraud and urged him not to challenge the law without a qualified attorney, but her influence has been waning.
Hicks joined Trump’s campaign after being a model before joining the Trump group and was in charge of public relations with Ivanka.
In September 2017, Hope Hicks was formally appointed by Trump as White House Communications Director.
In February 2018, Hicks announced his resignation as White House Communications Director.