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Former Trump aide Hicks to return to White House as election nears

Reuters India Thursday, 13 February 2020 ()
Hope Hicks, a one-time close aide and communications director to President Donald Trump, will return to the White House next month after two years away to work closely with key advisors, administration officials said on Thursday.
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Hope Hicks, a one-time close aide and communications director to President Donald Trump, will return to the White House next month after two years away to work closely with key advisors, administration officials said on Thursday. Colette Luke has more.

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