Employee retention at the White House these days is... not ideal.
On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that Hope Hicks, arguably the most stylish woman in the White House, will be stepping down from her role as Communications Director in the coming weeks, following her testimony involving Russian interference in the 2016 election. Coincidence?
The 29-year-old has been one of Trump's longest standing aides, having joined his campaign as a press secretary back in 2015 before being tapped as the permanent White House Communications Director this past September.
Six months, huh? Not bad when you compare it to Anthony Scaramucci's measly 10 days. Plus, we're not worried about Hope. The former model can definitely find work as a Bee Shaffer stand-in during Fashion Week. The White House, however, is definitely hopeless. (See what we did there?)
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