Trump Staffer Speaks on Allegations from Others

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( – On Tuesday, a nine-person jury found former President Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing E. Jean Carroll in a clothing store’s dressing room in the mid-1990s. Following the verdict many former Trump White House staffers have spoken up about Trump taking a “very keen interest” in a younger staffer during his time in the White House. Former Trump White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham specifically stated that she had brought up this matter with two different chiefs of staff.

Despite these allegations, the younger staffer who is the subject of these claims has stated that the allegations were “totally false.” The staffer, who did not want to be publicly identified, told Newsweek over text messages that none of the claims are “remotely true.”

When asked about the staffer’s revelations, Grisham told Newsweek that the young staffer had never been present in the room when Trump made comments about her. She added that everyone had noticed and was pointing out how much attention Trump was paying to her and how often he asked for her to join on trips. Grisham even went as far as to state that it was a “well-known thing in D.C. circles” adding that the situation had made her “extremely uncomfortable.”

Alyssa Farah Griffin, former Trump White House communications director in an interview with CNN on Wednesday stated that she found Trump’s way of engaging with women “dangerous.” She also stated that she had reported certain events to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

Olivia Troye, an adviser to former Vice President Mike Pence and his lead staffer on the White House coronavirus task force, also revealed to Newsweek that she had seen similar behavior in the White House.

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