President Trump made a not so veiled threat to his former personal assistant – while claiming he had "fully understood and forgiven her" – and beat other ex-adjutants in a pair of Saturday tweets in London had talked the press.
"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 it," Trump wrote. . Westerhout, Trump's White House gatekeeper resigned Thursday after reports she'd talked to media representatives about her boss's family.
"Yes, I am currently suing several individuals for violating their confidentiality agreements," Trump said in a follow-up tweet in which "disgusting and foul-smelling Omarosa" Manigault Newman is named as one.
"Many others too!" He added. Repo Westerhout told reporters that he could not "get Tiffany out of the crowd" and that he was embarrassed by the weight of the law student.
"I love Tiffany, it's great!" He tweeted.
The messages were part of A 50-Day Tweet Storm, which included awe-inspiring retweets of articles from a score of Senate Republicans and preparatory news before Hurricane Dorian.
Trump spends the weekend at Camp David after retiring from a planned trip to Poland.