Former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders claimed on Fox News Sunday that President Donald Trump "reads more than anybody I know."
Baseless accusations are the name of the game when it comes to the Trump administration and today, apparently, is no different. White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham jumped into the mix this morning with an accusation that is pretty difficult, if not outright impossible, to ever verify.
Bennet in her biography "Free Melania: An Unauthorized Biography" claims that FLOTUS always knew Donald Trump would win.
“President Trump has never considered L.G.B.T. Americans second-class citizens,” White House spokesperson Judd Deere claimed to The New York Times in response to an article on the Trump administration’s record on transgender Americans, “and has opposed discrimination of any kind against them.”
He called the revelation “no big deal.”
Yikes! In a new unauthorized biography on Melania Trump, the author claims she sleeps on a different White House floor than husband Donald and nearly lost a kidney in her mysterious 2018 health crisis.
Melania Trump sleeps in a separate bedroom on a different floor from her husband, nearly lost a kidney during her 2018 health crisis and has feuded with Ivanka, a new book claims.
Former James Mattis speechwriter Guy Snodgrass refused to answer if he was the “anonymous” senior White House official behind last year’s blockbuster op-ed and upcoming book on the Trump administration. Fox News personality Trace Gallagher asked Snodgrass if he was the author, but the former administration official dodged the question. “Are you anonymous?” Gallagher asked. [
Donald Trump's visit to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on Saturday sparked speculation that he had health concerns.
In one of many eyebrow-raising moments during his testimony at Tuesday’s impeachment hearing, National Security Council aide Tim Morrison responded to Democratic counsel Daniel Goldman's questions on what happened to the "call record" of the Trump-Zelensky call in which Donald Trump requested that Ukraine open investigations into "CrowdStrike" and Democratic presidential challenger Joe Biden.
White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham revealed this week that when President Donald Trump took office, his aides found hateful notes left behind by President Barack Obama's staffers.