Former Trump aide Hope Hicks to work at Fox company

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The New York Times reported Monday that Hicks, who formerly served as communications director under President Donald Trump, will join Fox next year as its chief communications officer.

Hicks was a key Donald Trump aide throughout his campaign and at the White House until she resigned earlier this year. Trump is an outspoken fan of Fox News, often promoting their programming on his Twitter feed. Hicks will replace former executive vice president and chief communications officer for 21st Century Fox, Julie Henderson, who chose not to transition to the new Fox corporation, along with senior vice president Nathaniel Brown.

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch will retain ownership of Fox, the new spin-off company that includes the cable news network. She succeeded Scaramucci as White House communications director shortly after his volatile 10-day stint came to a close in late July 2017.

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The relationship between between the White House and the Fox empire is well documented.

Hope Hicks will relocate to Los Angeles as head of corporate communications for New Fox.

Trump gives the bulk of his television interviews to Fox News. "They are beyond lucky to have you and the East Coast misses you already". Fox also announced on Monday that Danny O'Brien, former executive vice president and head of government relations for GE Transportation, will join the company in that same role.