‘Casual dishonesty:’. In her new book, Donald Trump’s former spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham takes a shot at the president-elect.
When people aren’t being truthful with each other. In her new book, Donald Trump’s former spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham takes a shot at the president-elect.
(AP) — Washington, D.C.Trump’s former press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, claims in a new book that Trump and his administration created a culture of lying throughout Trump’s four years in office.
I’ll Take Your Questions Now: “What I Saw at the Trump White House” is described as having “casual dishonesty” in it, according to The Washington Post, which acquired an early copy of the book from Grisham.
In the book, which will be released next week on Tuesday, Trump’s misogynistic statements about women, his explosive temper, and his demands to aides that they simply dismiss the countless charges made against him and his administration, despite any evidence to the contrary are described.
According to Grisham, who was also the former chief of staff to first lady Melania Trump,
after hearing of her husband’s extramarital affairs, Mrs. Trump grew disengaged from the administration.
Moreover, the book claims that the president’s daughters, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, continued to meddle in administration affairs, frequently causing new issues.
In spite of the fact that she never had a public news briefing throughout her nine-month tenure, Grisham entitled her book “I’ll Take Your Questions Now.”
This is how Grisham explains why he didn’t call a press conference: “I knew that sooner or later the president would want me to tell the world anything that was not true or that would make me appear like a madman.”
While Trump did not directly address Grisham’s particular charges, he did take aim at her character in a statement. According to him, she became “extremely furious and bitter” after their relationship “broke up” and he claimed that.
From the start, it was clear that Stephanie lacked the necessary skills.
Trump ranting at his wife for wearing a jacket that said “I Really Don’t Care, Do U?” while visiting children in a migrant camp in Texas is one of the stories told in the book. Mr. Trump told an aide to suggest that Mrs. Trump donned the jacket to send a message to the media, according to Grisham.
Donald Trump was enamored with an attractive female press assistant,
according to John Grisham, who claims that he invited her to his cabin on Air Force One on numerous occasions and pleaded for Grisham to keep her happy.
Grisham details a time when Trump told Russian President Vladimir Putin in front of television cameras that
he would be “a little harsher with you for a few minutes” during a meeting with other world leaders. “Grisham portrays Trump as saying Putin in the book,” according to media reports.
Donald Trump visited Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in 2019 on an unannounced visit, according to Grisham’s account. She explained that Trump had a colonoscopy but chose not to publicize it since doing so would have made him the target of ridicule from comedians on television.
According to Grisham,
Trump frequently discussed banning the media from the White House press room, but he never took any action.
After serving as the first lady’s spokesman, Trump chose Grisham to replace Sarah Huckabee Sanders as White House press secretary in late June 2019.
After Grisham’s departure in April of the following year, Kayleigh McEnany took her position.
As chief of staff, Grisham rejoined the first lady’s team. Her resignation came in response to the Trump supporters’ Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, which was a protest against Joe Biden’s election.
According to Trump, “Someday in the not too distant future we will have our voice back and be treated fairly by the press.”
in his attack on Grisham, he may run for the presidency again in 2024.