On March 29, Hope Hicks served her last day as Donald Trump's White House Communications Director. The 29-year-old aide's resignation came after she admitted that her position required her to tell white lies in a private testimony before the House Intelligence Committee in February. On her last day, the president staged a very public farewell in front of the West Wing.
WATCH: President Trump poses with outgoing Communications Director Hope Hicks, declines to respond to questions before departing for Ohio. pic.twitter.com/nsDkeYzKzw— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 29, 2018
Here's a breakdown of their brief goodbye: Trump points at Hicks in a joking manner, they shake hands, and exchange a kiss on the cheek — which is then followed by more pointing and another jerky handshake. The president didn't respond to any questions at the farewell and promptly left for a trip to Ohio. Hicks has yet to announce what's next for her in her career.