After the closest president of the West Wing President, the recipient of his repeated phone calls, witnessing his most terrible moments, and other campaign aides, the man who squeezes wrinkles off his pants, that their relationship has changed. Instead of conducting an almost constant conversation, they rarely speak.
People close to Hicks say that despite her distance, she remains on the side of the president. She maintains close contact with White House and Tramp officials who send her West Wing news and track or want advice to address the living president with whom she has a close relationship. But Hicks returns to another Washington Wednesday than the one he's been in more than a year's time. Democrats now control Parliament and have begun pressure from investigations by the president and his administration. Now they will have one of the President's most trusted advisers on their territory. In his first interview with a former White House employee since Trump promised to "fight all the subpoenas," the Democrats want to investigate Hicks for everything ̵
One-time model and professional in public relations, Hicks is has joined Tramp's presidential campaign early and remains one of the few assistants to follow him from his political beginnings to the White House. She maintains close ties not only with the president who calls her Hope, but also with his family members, including Ivanka Trump and Jared Kouchner, both senior advisers.
She performed this role, barely pronounced in a word in public, with no television interviews and only a few scattered microphones along with Trump.
Hicks withdrew from his role as White House Director and left the administration of March. She moved from her luxury apartment to Washington and moved to Manhattan, where for the next few months she maintained a low profile and kept in touch with her former colleagues from the White House. Sometimes she planned to go back to the administration, question her friends last summer what position she might have if she came back. She was spotted even on board the Air Force in August before the Ohio presidential rally – returning to presidential trips after visiting with her former colleagues at Trump Golf Club in New Jersey
people who talked to Hicks said they were trying to adapted after three years in the trumpet of Trump, a whirlwind that he saw, and the president to move from political novices to the country's rule.
Seven months after his departure, Fox Corporation had hired Hicks to become General Communications Officer where he would be in Los Angeles. After moving to the West Coast, Hicks, born in Connecticut, has been spotted in luxury restaurants, yoga studios and, on the basis of those who know it, live a relatively modest life, realizing that it bears the echo of a polarizing president.
But several sources with knowledge of the relationship said that one aspect of her new life was unexpected: Hicks rarely spoke to the president.