Trump names former Fox executive Bill Shine to communications job

Trump Officially Welcomes Ex-Fox News Exec To WH Communication Department

Bill Shine, former Fox News executive, named deputy White House chief of staff

President Trump has formally named former Fox News co-president Bill Shine as White House deputy chief of staff.

Shine will join the White House after serving as co-president of Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network.

Shine, who lost his job at Fox amid criticism of how the company handled sexual harassment complaints, will hold the title of Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications. "Since taking office, the Trump administration has been a revolving door of abusers of women and their enablers-and Shine is just the latest perpetrator to be added to those ranks".

Shine was never accused of sexual misconduct nor convicted of any wrongdoing. He will also serve on the communications team.

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By the 17-month mark, Trump lost 61% of of high-level staff members, Kumar said, topping President Bill Clinton's 42% turnover rate among the last five presidents.

"The now fired Mr. Shine has been alleged to have been involved in some way in at least three lawsuits involving sexual harassment of women while he and Ailes were at Fox News", Klayman said in a statement Tuesday.

The National Women's Law Center criticized the appointment. "Life. works in mysterious ways", Carlson tweeted. During the 2016 campaign, Trump denied all of the allegations and insisted they were attacks driven by his political opponents. The reports prompted two of Shine's critics in the right-wing media world to resurface the Ailes-era allegations against Shine.

Current press secretary Sarah Sanders has come under increasing scrutiny in the wake of President Trump's zero-tolerance policy for illegal crossings on the southern USA border. Thursday afternoon. "Competent, hard working and a believer in making America great again!" And still hasn't explained much of anything about the circumstances that led to his dismissal from Fox News.

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