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Was the Donald Trump sex doll one of the ‘good news’ stories that Andy Hemming promoted? Somehow, This Writer doubts it.

Apparently it was a mutual decision that this guy should go. He’s probably still breathing sighs of relief:

The man tasked with finding and distributing good news about Donald Trump has left his job at the White House.

Andy Hemming, the White House director of rapid response, reportedly worked 17-hour days finding positive news about the administration and sending it to reporters, television personalities, and other influencers.

But Mr Hemming, it seemed, had an impossible job: promoting the news in an administration that reviles it. Mr Trump has repeatedly referred to the mainstream media as “fake news,” and encouraged his supporters not to believe it.

Read more: Press adviser responsible for finding positive news about Trump leaves job


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