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Trump reportedly told Hope Hicks she's the 'best piece of tail' Corey Lewandowski will e

According to a book reportedly obtained NY Daily News, Loyal Trump aide turned White House communications director Hope Hicks fled a room in Trump Tower after then-candidate Donald Trump made a crude comment about her relationship with his former campaign manager.

In the Michael Wolff's book, “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” he reveals Hicks and Corey Lewandowski, who was fired in 2016 for clashing with Trump’s family, had an on-and-off romantic relationship that reportedly ended with a fight on a street.

Wolff recounts one moment when Hicks was sitting with Trump and his sons in Trump Tower, worrying about how Lewandowski would be portrayed in the media and how she could help him after his firing.

“Trump, who otherwise seemed to treat Hicks in a protective and even paternal way, looked up and said, ‘Why? You’ve already done enough for him. You’re the best piece of tail he’ll ever have’” Trump allegedly told Hicks. Hicks immediately fled the room, according to the book.

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Hicks was described as a trusted Trump loyalist who primarily handled Trump’s communication and was even seen as a daughter to him.

“Hicks, sponsored by Ivanka and ever loyal to her, was in fact thought of as Trump’s real daughter, while Ivanka was thought of as his real wife,” an excerpt of the book reads.

“More functionally, but as elementally, Hicks was the president’s chief media handler. She worked by the president’s side, wholly separate from the White House’s forty-person strong communications office.”

She was brought on board the campaign by Ivanka Trump after working for Ivanka’s fashion company. Hicks' family thought she was being taken captive, and her friends talked about the “therapies or recuperation” she would need after her term in office was over, according to the book, NY Daily News reported.

Hicks with David Bossie, the deputy Trump campaign manager, left, and Stephen Miller, a senior adviser, at Mar-a-Lago in December 2016.

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