Another day, another Trumpworld memoir. The latest condemnation comes from the Trump administration, courtesy of Stephanie Grisham, who has held various roles in the White House over the past four years: communications director and press secretary for the West Wing, as well as communications director and chief of staff at Melania’s East Wing. Inside I will take your question now, His new memoir, Grisham depicts a White House “where everything was moving like a clown car to a warehouse of fireworks at full speed on fire.” Caught up in the type of offensive leadership of the president and the conflicting allegiance he felt to the first lady, Grisham’s final straw came on January 6, 2021, when he resigned during the Capitol Rebellion.
Trump, for their part, has already gone to discredit Grisham. President Trump describes Grisham as “extremely angry and bitter” after the breakup Said In a statement, “Stephanie didn’t have what she wanted and it was clear from the start. She had big problems and we felt she should solve these problems for herself. Now, like everyone else, she’s bad and untrue from a leftist publisher.” Melania Trump also applauded, Saying In a statement, “The author is desperately trying to restore his tarnished reputation by distorting and distorting the truth about Trump.
Grisham’s account, like any Trumpworld memoir, must be read with dubious healthy doses. After all, as Grisham himself admits, “casual dishonesty was filtered through the White House as if it were in an air-conditioning system.” But Grisham expects readers may not value its value, writing, “This is not a book where you have to like me.” We read I will take your question now Advance of publication; Now, we’re smashing the biggest bombshells below.
First, Grisham provided insights into the first lady’s daily routine and the inspirational title they received:
I could count on my hands a few times over the years that Mrs. Trump was actually in her office. He liked to run things through text or phone calls, which initially made it difficult to set an agenda and build a close working relationship. Mrs. Trump has been working from home for a long time দেশ it has become an ongoing joke among those who knew her. The Secret Service unofficially called him ‘Rapunzel’ because he was in his tower, never named. In fact, some agents tried to get her to know the details because they knew that the First Lady’s limited mobility and travel meant they could spend more time at home with their families.
According to Grisham, there was no lost love between Melania Trump and her stepchildren, especially Ivanka Trump:
Ivanka was constantly going through press shots that really should have been reserved for the president and the first lady. Kushner was another example of putting themselves on the same level as the first couple and it was unpleasant. For Mrs. Trump, it was about protocol and rules; Or as all of us employees, it was to allow her to be in her role and the people of the United States to see her represent them with dignity and class … in-laws, so much so that she finally gave me the nickname she personally gave her: ‘Princess.’ Many times after that I would hear complaints of her favorite share, ‘The princess always runs to her father.’
The inappropriate behavior on the part of the Kushners gave the couple their own ridiculous title. “Since they doubled in everything and can be cautious and self-absorbed, we dubbed in the East Wing. [the Kushners] ‘Intern,’ Grisham writes. “Mr. Trump was delighted and used the nickname himself. Tensions between the East Wing and the Kushners are a constant theme throughout the book, emphasizing the conflict of interest proposed by the role of the Kushners in the summer administration. Take, for example, Jared Kushner’s security clearance:
The biggest embarrassment, of course, was when I heard that Jared Kushner never got a security clearance because of all his problems, financial interests, and so on. As far as I know, he received only the most basic clearance, yet he was at the most important meeting of the administration. He reached out directly to many heads of state, such as Benjamin Netanyahu and the leadership of the Saudi government, which no worker should ever do if they did not have a top security clearance.
When Kushner teamed up with author Stephen Miller to write an address on television at the start of the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic, Grisham wrote about what he saw as Kushner’s toxic effects at the White House:
I have shared my views with Mrs. Trump many times that if we lose the re-election in 2020, it will be because of Jared. He does not agree with me. It was my preconceived notion that his arrogance and conjecture grew year after year, and he threw away his power without utter shame. I want to say that Jared has changed like a guy in the White House. There was no reason for him to sit down with the speaker’s author to outline our nation’s plan to fight the global epidemic. And I knew that if things went badly with the speech, which seemed inevitable, he would be the first person to tell the president that the Coms team had crushed it. She was Rasputin in a slim fitting suit.
But the Kushners aren’t the only Trumpworld Acolytes who fall into the fire I will take your question now. When writing about Trump Psychofant Lindsay Graham, Grisham does not shorten the words:
Lindsay Graham? Okay, it hit me that he was using Trump for free as there was no time (I think he’s still there). He was shown playing free round golf at Mar-a-Lago or Bedminster, filling his mouth with free food, and chatting with Trump and his celebrity friends. On one occasion, after I met him in Bedminster, he pulled out a White House staff member so he could take his room. The senator was sitting at a table beside the freeloader pool, with a big smile on his face, he was getting things like some potentate. He said to me with a frightening little smile, ‘Isn’t that great? Man, this is life. ‘
Grisham, like many other Trump World alumni, takes note of Trump’s passion for dictators. But his reminiscences of the 2019 G20 summit in Osaka are the coolest, suggesting a very comfortable relationship between Trump and Vladimir Putin:
Trump usually spends a minute or two wondering what journalists might be ‘animals’ for, and then the media will come. With all the talk of sanctions against Russia for interfering in the 2011 election and various human rights violations, Trump told Putin, ‘Okay, I’m going to be a little harsh with you for a few minutes. But it’s for the camera, and we’ll talk after they leave. You understand. ‘
The most interesting moment in I will take your question now Let’s take a look behind the scenes at when the summer memorable moments. For example, listen to his memoirs about hand slaps around the world. In 2017, Melania Trump made headlines when she was seen slapping her husband’s hand during a diplomatic visit to Saudi Arabia in 2017. According to Grisham, the truth is less interesting:
For those who know, Mrs. Trump ‘slapped’ her husband’s hand that day because she felt it was against protocol to hold hands at such a formal ceremony. Melania was a rule-maker, sometimes for a fault, and her husband knew it. To annoy him he would often try to hold his hand in front of the camera or intentionally make noise with his hand.
Grisham also recalls the Stormy Daniels scandal of 2018, when Daniels filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump for trying to suppress the disclosure of his relationship. In later media blitz, Daniels compared Trump’s penis to a toadstool – an image he took from Air Force One to call Grisham to straighten the record.
“Did you see what he said about me?” He mentioned Stormy after a while. Then he added without surprise, “All lies. All lies. ”
Then I realized exactly what he was worried about. “Everything is fine downstairs,” he said.
Did I say that? I simply made it a “okay,” prayer that somehow we would be disconnected.
“It’s okay,” he repeated.
Remember Trump’s mysterious visit to Walter Reed Medical Center in 2019, when protocol was disrupted and doctors were asked to sign the NDA? Summer also took us behind the scenes.
I was reminded of what happened in the fall of 2019 when Trump made a seemingly instant visit to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. I was informed of the reasons for this visit, as were a few others, including Vice President Pence. Pence was told he would have to stay around town “just in case”. What I was not allowed to say at the time was that the president had a very general approach that all men and women over the age of fifty should have. In this type of procedure, sometimes a patient is placed under. In the case of Trump, signing a letter under the Twenty-Fifth Amendment to temporarily keep Pence in charge may mean, but the president is not ultimately subordinated, I believe just so he doesn’t have to feel like giving up power.
But we know the real behind-the-scenes story you want to know about: Behind the scenes of Trump’s hair care routine. Grisham covered you:
Donald Trump’s hair, when not fully cuffed, was a sight to behold. There is no way to describe exactly how he styled that great and very wild man of his, but it involved a comb, a hair dryer and a ton of hair spray. Her hair is much longer than I imagined, such as multiple inches from edge to end. He himself cut it with a huge pair of scissors that could possibly cut a ribbon when opening one of his properties.
That’s it for now, dear reader. We’ll see a Trumpworld memoir to dig next time, which certainly won’t last long.
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