This appears to be a way for chief of staff John Kelly to give her a more defined role in the White House.
Hope rose in the ranks to become Trump's most trusted aide, albeit one who was assigned the difficult task of getting Trump positive press in the form of a winning New York Times article.
Ladylike ensemble: Hope topped of her look with a bluish-gray coat that was a few inches longer than her skirt Hope refused to answer most questions pertaining to her work in the Trump Administration, according to members of the House Intelligence Committee.
Hicks even developed an instinct for the types of articles that would make Trump happy, with Hope presenting those clips to the president, even as others brought Trump bad news.
This occasion got even President Trump to add a pop of color to his look, in the form of a green tie.
Hicks and Porter didn't sit together at a cozy table, but upon leaving they grabbed a cab that traveled in the direction of Hicks' apartment, and Rob was seen kissing Hope's neck in the vehicle before they both entered Hope's apartment.