(TheRedAlertNews.com) – As sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west after every presidential administration come the tell-all books. This reality has happened as far back in presidential history as anyone can remember. Even staffers who held relatively insignificant positions in the outer orbits of a presidency suddenly burst upon the media scene with books filled with sordid events and quotes they claim they witnessed or participated in that, often, no one else can verify.
Now comes Stephanie Grisham, the former White House Press Secretary and Communications Director for former President Donald J. Trump, who does hold a unique record from her short time as press secretary – she never held a White House press briefing during her tenure. Not one. That might explain why very few Americans recognize her face or her name. She was all but invisible to the American people even though she held what is traditionally one of the most high-profile jobs in any White House, Republican or Democrat. Indeed, most Americans today already know that Jen Psaki is President Joe Biden’s White House Press Secretary.
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But, let’s get back to Stephanie Grisham. She’s now appearing all over the liberal, mainstream media with tales of dastardly doings by Trump and former First Lady Melania Trump. Grisham claims that Trump likes for there to be “hatred” and discontent among Americans because he believes that benefits him politically. She also claims that a text from Melania was the reason she suddenly quit on January 6th, the day of the riot at the United States Capitol.
Of course, the question is, do Americans believe Grisham? After all, she’s selling a book for profit. And, the mainstream media – like CNN – profits by having Grisham on their airwaves to attack the Trump family. Perhaps the question needs to be broader. Do Americans believe any White House staffer from any presidential administration – Republican or Democrat – when they sell their story for profit?
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