A former Melania Trump adjutant wrote a treatise on her 15-year friendship with the U.S. First Lady.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff’s book Melania and Me will be released on September 1st.
In 2018, Ms. Winston Wolkoff was reportedly evicted from the White House on charges of benefiting from President Trump’s inauguration.
But the former adjutant said she was “thrown under the bus”.
She denied claims that her company had received $ 26 million (£ 20 million) in payments to plan the 2017 ceremony and related events, and said her company had “a total of $ 1.62 million withheld “.
“In her memoirs, Wolkoff records her journey from her friendship, which began in New York, to her role as a trusted advisor to the First Lady for her sudden and very public departure for life in Washington,” said Vanity’s book Fair .
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The book, which will be on sale before the November presidential election – when Trump takes on Democratic candidate Joe Biden – is the latest controversial treatise on the Trumps.
Former national security adviser John Bolton’s new book, The Room Where It Happened, shows a president who doesn’t understand basic geopolitical facts and whose decisions were often driven by a desire for re-election.
He accuses Trump of seeking help from China to win re-election, while approving China’s plan to set up forced labor camps for the Muslim Uyghur minority. He also supports the Democrats’ allegations that have led impeachment efforts against the President.
In the meantime, the president’s niece, Mary Trump, will publish too much and never enough: How my family created the most dangerous man in the world later this month.
An Amazon blurb for the book says the author will explain how her uncle “became the man who now threatens the health, economic security, and social fabric of the world”.