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  • Trump to name Republican media firm owner to run communications: reports - Reuters

    Trump to name Republican media firm owner to run communications: reports - Reuters;

    U.S. President Donald Trump shows Resolution 38, which nullfies the ''stream protection rule'', after signing at the White House in Washington, U.S., February 16, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria. WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump is poised to tap a ...and more »

  • Trump taps Mike Dubke to be White House communications director - USA TODAY

    Trump taps Mike Dubke to be White House communications director - USA TODAY;

    President Trump plans to appoint the founder of a conservative media relations firm to be his White House communications director, an official confirmed Friday. Mike Dubke, founder of Crossroads Media, essentially replaces Jason Miller, who accepted ...and more »

  • White House set to name communications chief - The Hill

    White House set to name communications chief - The Hill;

    The White House has selected its communications director, but the choice is already irking some longtime Trump loyalists. Officials plan to announce Mike Dubke, the founder of conservative firm Crossroads Media, as head of White House communications, ...and more »

  • Trump hires Mike Dubke as White House communications director - Washington Post

    Trump hires Mike Dubke as White House communications director - Washington Post;

    Mike Dubke, a veteran Republican media strategist, has been hired as the White House communications director, potentially providing some relief for its embattled press secretary, Sean Spicer, who's been holding down both jobs. With the appointment ...and more »

  • Mike Dubke, Crossroads Media founder, to become White House's new communications director: Report - Washington Times

    Mike Dubke, Crossroads Media founder, to become White House's new communications director: Report - Washington Times;

    Mike Dubke, founder of Crossroads Media, is expected to be named as the White House's new communications director, CNN reported. (Image: Facebook) more >. View Comments Print. By Maria Stainer - The Washington Times - Friday, February 17, 2017.and more »

  • Conservative Media Firm Founder Mike Dubke Picked as White House Communications Director - NBCNews.com

    Conservative Media Firm Founder Mike Dubke Picked as White House Communications Director - NBCNews.com;

    Mike Dubke, founder of conservative firm Crossroads Media, has been selected to be head of White House communications, a White House official has confirmed to NBC News. Dubke could step into his role as early as Friday — the four-week mark of ...and more »

  • Buffalo native in line to be Trump's White House communications director - Buffalo News

    WASHINGTON -- President Trump is expected to name Mike Dubke, a Buffalo native and longtime behind-the-scenes Republican operative, as his communications director, according to CNN and Fox News. Dubke is the founder of Crossroads Media, which ...and more »

  • Michael Dubke set to become Trump's White House communications director: Report - CNBC

    Michael Dubke set to become Trump's White House communications director: Report - CNBC;

    The White House is expected to confirm Crossroads Media founder Michael Dubke as its Communications Director, according to an NBC report citing a senior White House official. The report said Dubke could begin his new position as the White House ...and more »

  • Trump to name Mike Dubke as communications director - The Detroit News

    Trump to name Mike Dubke as communications director - The Detroit News;

    President Donald Trump is expected to name Republican consultant Mike Dubke as White House communications director. That's according to a person with knowledge of his hiring. Dubke is the founder of Crossroads Media, a GOP firm that specializes in ...and more »

  • Trump Names Conservative Media Firm Founder Mike Dubke White House Communications Director - NBC Chicago

    Trump Names Conservative Media Firm Founder Mike Dubke White House Communications Director - NBC Chicago;

    If time travel was possible, would you go back in time or into the future? Back in time; Into the future. Privacy policy · NEWSLETTERS. Receive the latest politics updates in your inbox. Email. Privacy policy | More Newsletters. Getty Images. President ...and more »