Former White House communications director Hope Hicks, a 2006 graduate of Greenwich High School, was spotted boarding Air Force One at a New Jersey airport on Saturday ahead of President Donald Trump's departure for a campaign rally in central Ohio.
Hicks, who was one of the President's longest-serving aides during the presidential campaign and in the White House, boarded the plane at the Morristown, NJ, airport, which is near the Trump Bedminster resort where the President was staying, according to multiple news reports including CNN.
Hicks resigned from her White House role on Feb. 28, as reported here by Daily Voice .
Hicks resignation came a day after she testified before the House Intelligence Committee and said she had told "white lies" on the job.
Hicks was interviewed for nine hours on Feb. 27 by a U.S. House panel probing Russia interference in Trump's 2016 election over Democrat Hillary Clinton of Chappaqua.
Hicks faced additional scrutiny in her last days at the White House over her relationship with former White House aide Rob Porter, who resigned after two of his ex-wives came out publicly with accusations of domestic abuse against him, as reported here by Daily Voice.
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