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Liberals Objectify Hope Hicks – Trump picked her for WH Communications Director because she’s HOT

Liberals Objectify Hope Hicks – Trump picked her for WH Communications Director because she’s HOT

Equality for (some) women!

All women are equal!*

*Unless they’re hot, conservative, successful, or any combination of the above.

Tuesday, Hope Hicks was named White House Communication’s Director, making her the third person in the role since Trump took office.

Hicks is young, gorgeous, and has kept a relatively low profile on the Trump team since she joined.

The announcement of the former Ralph Lauren model’s new role was met with heavy doses of criticism. Apparently, it’s not possible for a woman to be a model and politically adept. And so the objectification began:

There’s legitimate criticism here with Trump’s decision to hire someone so young and inexperienced for White House Comms Director, but that’s an entirely separate discussion from “but she was a model!” which is not even a discussion worth having. Looks should not matter and shouldn’t be a qualifying factor for this role. But the objectification is widespread nonetheless. And not surprisingly, it’s Hollywood, the left, and the anti ______-shaming realm making the biggest stink here.

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Hope was cut to look like Veronica Lake.

That’s off the record, on the QT, and very hush-hush.

Glad the poor child survived the attack by that albino anaconda…!!!

FYI – That’s Hilary Rhoda in the swimsuit.

And why exactly was Chelsea paid $600,00 a year from NBC? For her vast experience in communicating?

When your ideas will not stand up to honest debate, critize everything, all the time, especially the appearance of young ladies. Disregard that most females of the left are as cute as a mud fence. Life goes on.

    4th armored div in reply to Romey. | September 12, 2017 at 11:48 pm
    Ed Rendell suggests ugly women will oppose Donald Trump. Oh, the irony.

    Former Pennsylvania governor Ed Rendell.

    There are many, many ways and perhaps even more reasons to challenge the notion that all the world’s women can be sorted into two distinct and essential categories: beautiful (and therefore interesting) vs. ugly (and therefore repulsive, disposable and insignificant).

    But, alas, on Wednesday, Ed Rendell, the former Pennsylvania governor, ex-Democratic National Committee chairman and current Hillary Clinton-for-president booster, decided to wade into those waters. As The Post’s David Weigel reported, Rendell said the following about Donald Trump’s appeal to working-class Democrats.

    “Will he [Donald Trump] have some appeal to working-class Dems in Levittown or Bristol? Sure,” Rendell said. “For every one, he’ll lose one and a half, two Republican women. Trump’s comments like, ‘You can’t be a 10 if you’re flat-chested, that’ll come back to haunt him.'”

    And then, he offered this, perhaps jokingly:

    “There are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women. People take that stuff personally.”

    Oh, Ed. We could begin this analysis of your comments in a very, very low place. We could wonder at length why it is that men who are in possession of neither great looks nor apparently great charm, manners or good sense feel so unencumbered — no, justified — in sorting the world and all events on it into something somehow related to the presence of good-looking and not good-looking women.

    We could write at length about the raw oafishness and modern cultural illiteracy displayed when one suggests in public that a woman’s own appearance dictates just how she feels about Trump’s frequent critiques of other women’s looks or his fitness for the Oval Office.

    Instead, we will say this: There is absolutely no solid factual basis on which Rendell or anyone else can claim that a woman’s appearance influences her politics or views of sexism itself. And we know of no other evidence that women want to believe that their president includes them among the ranks of the beautiful. Truly, what on Earth has any of this to do with tax and education policy, health care, the environment or jobs? What will a president who thinks you a “10” do any differently about wages and the state of the social safety net or immigration or national security than one who does not?

    Rendell’s, um, analysis not only fails to distinguish itself from the worldview that Trump has made plain. It does not say to the world that he and his candidate of choice do not agree. It reinforces the primacy of women’s appearance in a seriously ironic way.

    What Rendell just affirmed is that neither party and certainly no candidate has an exclusive lock on sexist thinking nor the public buffoonery that can follow. It’s to be hoped that the time for this sort of thing in politics is nearing an end. Oh, and Ed: We suspect that some of the women in your life will, at some point today, want a word.

    Update: Rendell has apologized for his comments. “What I said was incredibly stupid and insensitive,” Rendell said. “When I read it in the article, I said, ‘Did I say that?’ It was just dumb, and stupid, and insensitive, and if I offended anyone, I apologize.”

      funny – Rendell is an oaf, but he does vaguely recognize something even though he doesn’t understand it. As anyone who’s lived with women can attest, “beauty” is not something that simply shows up (outside of a few lucky 18 year olds) – looking good on any level takes a lot of constant, hard work. This applies to men with respect to clothing, but few men spend an hour a day getting ready to venture out, as many women do.

      So, I think it is fair to note that there are those women for whom presenting an attractive face to those they meet is important, for any number of reasons, and those who just don’t give a damn and who never make an attempt and who intentionally repulsive.

      And while not all women who work to look good are on the right, it’s fair to say that the vast majority of women who go around looking like trolls are leftist – one reason being that an intense hatred of men in general usually is a big part of that trollish appearance.

      I’ve also noticed that young gay men tend to really hate beautiful women, while at the same time idolizing them. I suspect they can’t stand the competition.

      Speaking strictly as a woman with experience in business and as a customer, I am keenly aware that a woman’s presentation affects how she is treated, and the most blatant effects come from other women. I can either fume over that reality, or put it to good use in my own interests.

      And, assuming Trump actually said what is quoted above, he has a point. Boobs are a part of the presentation as much as the face, hair, waistline, backside and legs.

      The interesting thing is that America has had a long-running fad favoring big boobies.

      I was confronted with the origin of this fad at an air show in 1980. They had an exhibit of pin-up art on airplanes. At the time, I had just finished my first trimester with my first baby. I suddenly realized that every one of those women had been painted as pregnant. They all had the big boobs, the slightly-rounded belly, and the still-skinny legs of early, first-time pregnancy.

      This was consistent with a conversation carried on throughout our forces at the individual level. Our men swore that “We are going to do this job, and then we are going to go home, and in three months, my wife is going to look like that.” They had a purpose, to go home and have a good life, defined as raising a family, which is exactly what they did, God bless them!

      So yeah, in the US, a perfect 10 is some man’s healthy, young wife. I’ll take that as an ideal.

One way of seeing this is that Trump has so little respect for the media that he’s sticking them with the junior varsity team because he doesn’t care.

    4th armored div in reply to daniel_ream. | September 13, 2017 at 12:04 am

    how about when resident Obama called ISIS the ‘JV team’?

    He was being a bit dismissive. He coundn’t bring himself to call them ISIS, either (ISIL remember).
    Six countries, thousands of dead, violence against Christians and other religions (Jews – Daniel Pearl and others), I don’t think they are JV, for sure.

Obviously a nefarious plot by Trump to get the Dems—the party of creepy middle-aged guys hot to chase after the interns—clamoring to “work more closely” with the White House.

And why not? An inveterately hostile Press was easily manipulated; the Party is hardly immune to similar tactics.

I trust the Secret Service is primed to fend them off. Hell, and the Marines, too. Just to be sure.

Just what are her qualifications by the way

    Tom Servo in reply to gonzotx. | September 13, 2017 at 8:55 am

    qualifications are in the eye of the beholder – many have been noting the huge data breach by Equifax the other day that gave the world most of our social security numbers as well as most of our drivers licenses, etc…. Turns out that Equifax’s Head of Information Security is Susan Mauldin, whose qualification was a Master’s Degree in Musical Composition.

    Hey, there’s not much to that security stuff, is there? Anyone can do it, right?

Gee, I’m so old that I remember when everyone congratulated a young person who received an important position. In these times, it’s just so much hate.

She is a lot more qualified that Lying Crooked Hillary and she didn’t earn her job on her back like Hillary.


Hicks started in public relations with the New York City firm, Zeno Group.[14]

Hicks began working for public relations firm Hiltzik Strategies in 2012, working for its client Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump’s daughter, on her fashion line, and then on other Trump ventures.[7]

In August 2014 she joined the Trump Organization full-time.[15] Hicks worked for Ivanka Trump inside Trump Tower, helping expand her fashion label (the Ivanka Trump Collection) and modeling for her online store.[16]

Five months later, Donald Trump earmarked Hicks, who was 26 years old at the time, for the role of press secretary in January 2015 when planning for his potential presidential run.[17][18] Donald Trump summoned her to his office and, as she tells it, “Mr. Trump looked at me and said, ‘I’m thinking about running for president, and you’re going to be my press secretary.'”[16] Until that time, she had never worked in politics, nor volunteered on a campaign.[19] After Trump’s first primary victories, Hicks was asked to choose between staying with the Trump Organization or working on the campaign full time. She initially decided to leave the campaign, but Trump convinced her to remain and she stayed on as press secretary.[7]

During the campaign, she played the role of gatekeeper to press members who wanted to speak with Trump, handling over 250 requests a day, and deciding which reporters would be allowed to speak with him.[8][19] Hicks also took dictation from Trump for his tweets, and then sent the text to another person in the Trump organization who actually sent out the tweets from Trump’s official account.[16][20] When in New York City, she would spend most of her day sitting in Trump’s office, handling inquiries from the press and taking dictation from him to tweet.[21] The demands of the campaign took a personal toll, as they caused a breakup between Hicks and her boyfriend of six years.[8]

On December 22, 2016, it was announced that Hicks would become part of the Trump Administration, in the newly created position of the White House Director of Strategic Communications. She is paid the highest White House salary; $179,700, equal to the salaries of two other top members, former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon and former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus.[22][23] In January 2017, Hicks was included on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, having “served as a one-woman press team for Trump’s historic presidential campaign.”[6]

Hicks was criticized by some with regard to a statement she issued on May 29, 2017, regarding President Trump’s character and personality. The statement, ridiculed by Washington Post reporter Callum Borchers as approaching parody comparable to Saturday Night Live, read:

President Trump has a magnetic personality and exudes positive energy, which is infectious to those around him. He has an unparalleled ability to communicate with people …. He has built great relationships throughout his life and treats everyone with respect. He is brilliant with a great sense of humor … and an amazing ability to make people feel special and aspire to be more than even they thought possible.[24]

On August 16, 2017, she was made the interim White House Communications Director (the last Director having been Anthony Scaramucci). Politico labelled her the “Untouchable Hope Hicks,” as she was considered one of the few White House officials whose job was safe, and she was one of only two White House communications officials who Scaramucci had announced were definitely staying when he was first hired.[25] She was appointed as permanent White House Communications Director on September 12, 2017.[26]

4th armored div | September 13, 2017 at 12:24 am

Pretty is as pretty does.
If she can control the MSM along with Sarah Huckabee Sanders than Da Donald has chosen wisely and not like Billy Bob with his shmuck.
speaking of Billy Bob, why in the world did he choose such an ugly shrew. maybe because she was the one with brains ? nah, couldn’t be. She on the other hand will regret that choice for the rest of her doomed life.

    Regret it? SHE was always the one who lusted for power, right from the start, and at some level she realized that she could never get it on her own. She chose young Billy as her vehicle, and she rode his back to EVERY position she has ever achieved in life.

    It’s both funny and sad, almost on the level of a greek epic, that her need for him goes hand in hand with her ever increasing jealousy of him and her contempt for him. Why the desperate need to be President? Why to show the world that he really WASN’T better than her, after all! And hence the intense bitterness and isolation she’s fallen into now that her great quest has failed.

    Bill, on the other hand, has always been very easy to figure. He’s just an extremely charming, fairly clever, good old boy who doesn’t really believe in anything other than havin’ a good time. When he isn’t drinking he’s either busy getting into trouble or busy getting out of it.

    And while I’m sure that Hillary hates Bill by now, I”m equally sure that Bill only laughs at Hillary, especially when he thinks of her reaction on election night.

Ivankas BFF, Model, fashion, and tweets…

Well I feel much better now.

Clearly you are intimidated by beautiful young women gonz hahahahahaha

So, Hope Hicks (now a talker) received brains & beauty and Melissa Click (now silent) received neither! Life is not fair. Hope Hicks does not make for a useful victim to a leftist.

I worked with a brilliant engineer who looked just like her professional model sister. Nobody ever asked whether she was qualified for her job or why she was hired.

Perhaps these biased attacked by the left will make her very tough and effective (a boy named “Sue” effect). The biased will underestimate her.

    Yeah, I had the same experience – worked with an software project manager who was also a former cheerleader.

    The left has its own stereotypes, one of which is that if you’re good looking, you’re also dumb, but the best argument against that is my own daughter who picked up dad’s brains and mom’s beauty. Genetics didn’t make both traits mutually exclusive, happy to say.

The MSM doesn’t want Hope because they might get caught on camera looking where they should not be looking. Cartoonists will have a field day with this one. Here’s hoping (no pun intended)she eviscerates the MSM. Good Luck, Hope.

CNN’s article which is up on Drudge emphasizes her “close relationship” with Trump. So they’re trying to make her out to be another Monica Lewinsky, apparently.

I’ll agree with them when I hear her say something like, “Dude. That was like two years ago.”

buckeyeminuteman | September 14, 2017 at 12:39 pm

What exactly qualifies someone to be the White House Communications Director? A communications degree? Most people with communications degrees work at Starbucks.