“When the meeting started, Fiona Hill leaned in and asked if I had noticed Putin’s translator, who was a very attractive dark-haired woman with long hair, a pretty face and a wonderful figure,” Grisham writes. “She proceeded to tell me that she suspected that the woman had been selected by Putin specifically to distract our president.”
Sexist language towards women
While in the White House, Trump’s targets included a young press aide whom Grisham says the president repeatedly invited into his Air Force One cabin, including once to “look at her,” using an expletive to describe her butt. . end. Trump, he writes, instructed her to promote the woman and “keep her happy.” Instead, Grisham tried to keep her away from the president.
During a spiel in the Oval Office about E. Jean Carroll, who has accused Trump of raping her in the 1990s, Trump first insults Ms. Carroll’s appearance. Then he looks Mrs. Grisham in the eye and says something that makes her nervous.
“’You just deny it,’” he told Ms. Grisham. That is what you do in every situation. Right, Stephanie? You just deny it, ‘he repeated, emphasizing the words. “
The silent rebellion of Melania Trump
Ms. Grisham also confirms what she and Melania Trump had long denied: that the first lady was angry after various reports about her husband’s infidelities and silenced money payments appeared in the media.
On the contrary: “After the Stormy Daniels story blew up and all the accusations that followed from other women,” Grisham writes, “I felt like Ms. Trump was basically unleashed.”
The first lady, she says, found ways to omit her husband from photos and tweets, and set out to appear on the arm of a handsome military aide. Ms. Trump, who is closed to even her closest assistants, begins to open up to Ms. Grisham, telling her that she doesn’t believe her husband’s denials or those of her former coach, Michael Cohen – “Oh please , It’s a prank?” ask in a moment. “I don’t believe any of that,” adds the first lady with an expletive. (This book, it should be said, contains many expletives.)