Former White House Communications Director told Congress she sometimes told "white lies." Trump wasn't happy. Hicks quit in response.
(The Hill) President Trump reportedly berated former White House communications director Hope Hicks the day before her resignation, according to a new report.
CNN's Erin Burnett reported Wednesday that Trump was angry with Hicks following her closed-door testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, in which she reportedly revealed she was sometimes required to tell "white lies" as part of her work in the White House.
Burnett reported one of Trump's "close allies" told CNN that Trump asked Hicks after her testimony "how she could be so stupid."
"Apparently, that was the final straw for Hope Hicks," Burnett said. Read more.