Rumors Swirl Over Surprise Guest on Air Force One

Over the weekend, President Donald Trump boarded Air Force One and traveled to Ohio to campaign for Republican Troy Balderson who is running this Tuesday’s special election for a seat in the House. Before Trump boarded Air Force One, the attractive former White House Communications Director Hope Hicks surprised the gathered throng of media vultures when she boarded Air Force One.

Hicks, at 28-years of age, became White House Director of Strategic Communications the day Trump was inaugurated. In August 2017, Hicks became White House Director of Communications, but suddenly resigned with little explanation less than a month later, leading many to wonder why she was boarding the president’s plane.

(BPR Business & Politics) – Hope Hicks, the former White House communications director, set off a flurry of rumors after making a surprise appearance aboard Air Force One on Saturday.

Hicks was spotted boarding Air Force One in Morristown, New Jersey, ahead of President Donald Trump’s departure to a campaign rally in Ohio, where he stumped for Republican congressional candidate Troy Balderson.

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Hicks was later spotted disembarking from Air Force One when the plane landed at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Ohio.

Twitter photos captured Hicks before boarding Air Force One… …and as she deplaned from Air Force One.

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Hicks had played a key role in Donald Trump’s successful presidential campaign before joining the White House staff. Rumors have been circulating for nearly a year that Hicks would return to the Trump team sometime in the future in some capacity and her suddenly and unexpected boarding of Air Force One has re-ignited those rumors.




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