REPORT: Fox News personality to become Treasury spokesperson

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BY TEAM DML / APRIL 17, 2019 /

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The Trump administration is reportedly hiring former Fox News commentator Monica Crowley as a spokeswoman for the Treasury Department.

Crowley will join the staff of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin as assistant secretary for public affairs. She will replace departing spokesman Tony Sayegh, who is set to leave the agency in May.

The article goes on to state the following:

Crowley was slated to join the administration in 2016 as a senior communications aide to former national security adviser Michael Flynn, but she decided not to take the job after coming under fire for plagiarizing part of her book and her Ph.D. thesis.

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