Hope Hicks joins Fox as chief communications officer

Hope Hicks joins Fox as chief communications officer

Hope Hicks joins Fox as chief communications officer

Hicks will be an executive vice-president and chief communications officer for Fox, the new company that will run Fox News, Fox Sports and Fox's broadcast networks.

Hicks joining FOX is just more proof of the inexorable bond between the White House, Rupert Murdoch, and Fox News - and how much Fox News will have 24/7 access to the Trump administration.

President Donald Trump waves while standing with Hope Hicks outside the Oval Office of the White House on Thursday, March 29, 2018. A 22-year Fox News veteran and a loyal soldier to the late Roger Ailes, Shine had been with the organization since its launch.

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

She kept a low profile while at the White House but was said to be one of Mr Trump's most trusted confidantes.

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Fox, the media company formed in the wake of 21st Century Fox's sale to the Walt Disney Company, announced the hiring on Monday.

Those deals are expected to be completed in the first half of 2019, pending regulatory approval.

Everyone who comes to Los Angeles has a dream, they say. Additionally, Danny O'Brien, who now serves as a senior government affairs and policy executive at General Electric, will join Fox as an executive vice president and head of government relations.

Fox Chief Legal and Policy Officer Viet Dinh released a statement about the decision to hire Hicks and Danny O'Brien.

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