Stephanie Grisham, who served as former President Donald Trump’s press secretary and First Lady Melania Trump’s chief of staff, writes in her upcoming tell-all book that Trump made a private visit to Walter Reed Medical Center in 2019 , for which he indicated that she had a colonoscopy. And according to multiple reports, he pretended to play tough with Russian President Vladimir Putin in front of the cameras during their meeting at the G20 summit in 2019.
in his book I’ll take your questions now Grisham claimed that Trump kept his visit to Walter Reed private and refused anesthesia for the medical procedure because he did not want then-Vice President Mike Pence to be in control even for a brief period. new York Times
According to several reports, without directly mentioning the name of the procedure, she strongly suggests that it was a colonoscopy, a designation by former President George W. Bush while in office.
Trump “didn’t want to be a joke” on late night television, writes Grisham, according to CNN.
During their meeting at the Group of 20 summit in Osaka, Japan in 2019, Trump told Putin that he was “going to act a little harder with you for a few minutes. But that’s for the cameras… you get it.” are,” Grisham writes, according to Washington positionTea.
Grisham says Trump called her aboard Air Force One to dispute the details of her gender in the porn star book by Stormy Daniels. new York Times.
Grisham, which is set to be released I’ll take your questions now on 5 octoberhandjob Did not hold a single press conference as press secretary. Grisham began working for the Trump campaign in 2015 as a press aide and served in his administration until he resigned as Melania Trump’s chief of staff on January 6, as a pro-Trump crowd gathered at the Capitol. was attacked.
In response to Grisham’s description of his time in Washington, Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington said Washington Post, the book is “a pathetic attempt to capitalize on the president’s power and sell lies about the Trump family,” referring to Grisham as a “disgruntled former employee.”