“You talk about how you wish there was a third option for you to vote for. You didn’t support Biden and his policies, but you had a real misconception about Donald Trump at the time and you wanted to. Were there that there would have been another Republican whom you could vote for because you are a conservative Republican. tapper said. “Did you vote for Donald Trump in 2020?”
“I didn’t,” Grisham admitted, adding that he wrote after a different candidate, whom he declined to name.
Tapper also asked Grisham why anyone should trust his words, as he admitted to lying while working in the White House.
She said she wanted to show how a “true believer” became “disillusioned” while working for Trump.
“I’m really trying to be as open and honest as possible,” she said. “I don’t spare a lot of people, but I’m also very hard on myself. I’m not out for redemption of any kind. I just wanted to have a book.”
Grisham also told Tapper that he was ready to appear. When asked to investigate the January 6 uprising before a House committee, he was asked to do so.
“Yeah. I’ll cooperate if they reach out. I’ve had some very informal conversations about it. I haven’t been asked formally,” Grisham said. “But yes, I will absolutely cooperate if needed.”