10 October, 2018
Hicks, 29, joined the Trump administration in January 2017 after working as press secretary and communications adviser to Trump's 2016 presidential campaign. Though Twitter users are assuming that she'll be doing PR for the network, Politico clarified, saying that she'll probably be focused on corporate communications as Fox and Disney work out exactly what their new merger entails.
She resigned in February, after serving as one of his most loyal and long-serving aides.
Other high-profile names who have bounced between Fox and the White House include former Fox News contributor John Bolton, who now serves as the president's national security advisor, and State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, the former co-host of FNC's 2000-era afternoon program "The Big Story".
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She announced her resignation from the White House the day after she refused to answer key questions from the House Intelligence Committee and at the end of a rocky month during which she was under fire for mishandling the White House response to spousal abuse allegations against Rob Porter, Trump's staff secretary whom Hicks reportedly had been dating.
In July, Disney outbid Comcast Corp with a $71.3 billion offer to buy some assets from Fox.
Hicks' hiring was announced Monday by Viet Dinh, chief legal and policy officer.
Ms Sanders tweeted that Fox would not find anyone smarter or more talented than Ms Hicks. "They are beyond lucky to have you".