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In photos: Donald Trump's ever so discreet communications strategist

Young and reserved, Hope Hicks, served as press secretary on Trumps's whirlwind presidential campaign. She is now communications director at the White House and is part of the president's closest inner circle.
4 Jun 2017 – 01:22 PM EDT
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In Europe with the candidate. Hope Hicks accompanies Donald Trump during his visit to the Trump International Golf Club in Aberdeen, Scotland, during the campaign. June 25, 2016. Crédito: Carlo Allegri/Reuters
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Behind the scenes. Hope Hicks, then communications manager for the Republican presidential campaign, oversees Donald Trump's presentation at a rally in Sumter, South Carolina. February 17, 2016. Crédito: JIM WATSON/Getty Images
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Friendly at Trump Tower. Hope Hicks greets people in the lobby of the Trump Tower in New York, the headquarter of the then-president-elect. January 2, 2017. Crédito: EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ/Getty Images
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Sotto Voce. Republican candidate Donald Trump talks to hi communications director at First Presbyterian Church in Muscatine, Iowa January 24, 2016. Crédito: Andrew Harnik/Ap
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On the magazine cover. In 2002, the future director of communications of the president of the United States appeared in the cover of a magazine of its native city. Photograph published by The New York Times. The New York Times
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Talking in the ear of the boss. The campaign's press secretary briefs the candidate, during the visit to the water plant in Flint, Michigan. September 14, 2016. Crédito: Evan Vucci/Ap
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A book for young people. Hicks posed for the cover of a novel for young adults. Wikipedia
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Blessed circle. Hope Hicks, third to the left, was part of the small group that accompanied Donald Trump during his visit to Pope Francis in the Vatican. May 24, 2017. Crédito: ALESSANDRA TARANTINO/Getty Images
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A present for the candidate. Donald Trump receives a box of cookies from Hope Hicks in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. October 10, 2016. Crédito: Getty Images
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Family dinner. Photo published by Paul Hicks, Hope's father, on his Twitter account in March 2016. He wrote: "Fact checking " no one gets dinner with Hope." We had dessert too. #trumptrain" Crédito: @PBHicks/Twitter
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Communications in the White House. Hope Hicks inspects the press room, before the start of the daily briefing. February 14, 2017. Crédito: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/Ap
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The first day in power. Hope Hicks along with Steve Bannon and Kellyanne Conway at the swearing-in ceremony of the new president on Capitol Hill. January 20, 2017.
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The winning team. Hope Hicks in the gardens of the White House, along with Chief Strategist, Steve Bannon, Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, and adviser Stephen Miller. April 29, 2017.
Crédito: YURI GRIPAS/Getty Images
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Witness in the Oval Office. The strategic communications director and her colleagues from the White House in the Oval Office on January 24, 2017, at the signing of one of the first executive orders of president Trump. Crédito: Getty Images
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Hicks poses with a bald eagle, one of the national symbols of the United States.
Crédito: @MikeyWhite003/Twitter
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The Trump Tower elevator. Hope Hicks with Stephen Miller, entering the headquarters of the president-elect Donald Trump in New York. December 1, 2016. Crédito: Drew Angerer/Getty Images
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In the campaign with Kellyanne. The press secretary with campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, at a rally in Charlotte, North Carolina. October 14, 2016. Crédito: Evan Vucci/Ap
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A family moment. One of Hope Hicks's few public images on social media, posted on her sister Mary Grace's Facebook account. Crédito: Mary Grace Cavender Hicks/Facebook
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Announcement of the running mate. Hope Hicks behind the scenes during Donald Trump's announcement of Mike Pence as his choice for vice-presidential candidate. New York. July 16, 2016. Crédito: Mary Altaffer/Ap
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