Yellowhammer News

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Yellowhammer News is an American conservative website that publishes news and political commentary pertaining to Alabama.[1] It is owned by Yellowhammer Media[2] and operated by Yellowhammer Media's CEO, Alabama native Cliff Sims.[3] In January 2017, Sims accepted a role in President Donald Trump's administration as assistant communications director for White House messaging, as well as a role as a special assistant to Trump himself.[4]


  1. ^ Weigel, David (2015-12-22). "Supporters trust Ted Cruz, even when the tape says not to". Washington Post.
  2. ^ Alexander, Alan (2014-12-03). "Yellowhammer Multimedia launches clothing line". Birmingham Business Journal.
  3. ^ Gore, Leada (2016-10-24). "Donald Trump launches nightly Facebook show with Yellowhammer's Cliff Sims among hosts".
  4. ^ "Yellowhammer CEO Cliff Sims set to resign after accepting role in the Trump White House". WVTM-13. 2017-01-20.

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