Former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham is warning that, if former President Donald Trump is re-elected for a second term, “he will be in for revenge.”
Grisham, the author of the forthcoming book “I Will Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw at the Trump White House,” has alleged that Trump and his aides Promoted a culture of lying during his time in the White House.
“I’ve considered that, and I’m sorry that, and especially looking at her now, and so many people pushing a false election narrative, now I wish I could somehow tell the public the White House.” Because it looks like he’s going to try to run in 2024,” Grisham, who also served as former First Lady Melania Trump’s chief of staff, told “Good Morning America” told.
“I just want to warn people that once he takes office, if he has to win, he doesn’t have to worry about re-election. He’ll be about to take revenge. He’ll probably have There would be some very strict policies that would go on. There were times when there were talks that people would say, ‘This is going to be a second term. This will be a second term, which means we won’t have to worry about, you know, a second term.’ election,” he added.
‘Informal dishonesty’:Donald Trump’s former spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham rebukes him in book
Trump has not publicly announced a campaign for a second presidency in 2024.
Grisham in an interview with “Good Morning America” Called working in the Trump administration a mistake.
“I think many of us, myself included, got into that White House and got obsessed with power and really became … we didn’t even think about serving the country anymore,” She told “Good Morning America.” “It was about surviving there, and he loved it. He loved the chaos.”
The former press secretary reportedly raised a slate of charges against the former president and former first lady, among other administrative officials, in his forthcoming book.
Donald Trump and Melania Trump have Grisham’s comments have criticized around the book.
Grisham never held public news briefings during his time as White House press secretary. He resigned in January to protest the January 6 attack on the US Capitol by Trump supporters over the election of President Joe Biden.