Trump doubts that the repressed assistant violates the confidentiality agreement, like Omarosa, who has a bad mouth
President Trump came to defend his recently deceased personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout on Saturday morning and said, "She's a very good person." He doubts that there would ever be a reason to enforce a confidentiality agreement against them.
Westerhout was reportedly dismissed from her post, where she was often referred to as Trump's "gatekeeper" for making fire commentary on the president's family during a private dinner with reporters.
"While Madeleine Westerhout has a fully enforceable confidentiality agreement, she's a very good person, and I do not think there'd ever be a reason to use her," Trump said Saturday morning. "She called me yesterday to apologize, had a bad night, I completely understood and forgive her, I love Tiffany, she's doing great!" I do not think there would ever be a reason to use it. She called me yesterday to apologize, had a bad night. I understood and forgave her! I love Tiffany, it's fine!
1; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
August 31, 2019
The President further stated that he is in the midst of legal battles against other former employees, including Omarosa Manigault Newman, for alleged violation of such agreements.
"Yes, I am at the moment He has indicted several people for violating their confidentiality agreements," he tweeted. I gave her every break, though she was despised by all, and she got a cheap money from a book. Many others too! "
Westerhout told reporters gathered in Bedminster, New Jersey for dinner and drinks that she had a better relationship with Trump than his daughters Ivanka and Tiffany. She also said that the president avoided taking photos with Tiffany because of her weight and told reporters that Trump could not get Tiffany out of a lineup.
The White House confirmed that Westerhout was a separate employee on Friday While the President commented that he was a bit hurt by Westerhout's comments, he wished her all the best.
"It was a shame," Trump told reporters before leaving for Camp David on Friday. He also denied having ever made a derogatory comment to his daughter Tiffany and said he expected a phone call from her when he arrived at Camp David.
Trump's friend and media pro-doctor Arthur Schwartz blames the reporter Philip Rucker of the Washington Post for the leaked information, suggesting that the veteran reporter violated the rules of the off-the-record.
"Hey @PhilipRucker, Sharing information you've received on file should end your career," Schwartz warned on Friday, after saying that two White House sources had confirmed that Rucker was the treat was. "Thoughts and prayers, buddy." @PhilipRucker . Sharing information that you have identified as confidential should end your career. Thoughts and Prayers, Buddy
– Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz)
August 30, 2019