September 2, 2020
By: Catherine Garcia
How many more books are going to be written about the Trump family? It looks like people go to work for this administration in order to write a book. Although Trump’s niece and sister locked their “devil in disguise horns” and the sister waited for the last brother to pass away before she spoke about the release of the niece’s book. How could you trash your “own brother” because he is/was successful?
Don’t the employees have to sign a contract for privacy and confidential purposes. This has become quite boring because we know that people puff up the books with tingling bits of off color prose to enhance sales.
This trope woman is grasping at straws to enhance herself. If she has a business, dealing with her would be like touching a light socket. You might get shocked. How could you trust her since she turns on you like – turning on a dime.
It is time to dismiss all of these books which try to tear down people. It only tells you what kind of trashy people they are who can make up such stories. It is not anyone’s right to judge others – judge not, lest ye be judged.
1. Proverb If you judge or condemn someone else, you stand to be judged or condemned according to the same standard; do not judge unsympathetically or hypocritically. The phrase was said by Jesus in the Bible (Matthew 7:1).
Melania Trump’s ex-friend says she recorded conversations after being ‘publicly shamed’ by White House.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former friend and adviser to first lady Melania Trump, revealed on Tuesday night’s Rachel Maddow Show that she secretly recorded Trump after the White House made her “their scapegoat.”
The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady, was released Tuesday. In it, Winston Wolkoff also writes about the work she did helping plan President Trump’s inauguration, and the fallout when it was reported that her firm received more than $26 million from the inaugural committee. Winston Wolkoff says most of that was then paid to other businesses. But the report turned her into “the cover girl for the inauguration shenanigans,” she previously told ABC News, and she was stunned when the first lady didn’t help clear her name.
Winston Wolkoff told Maddow she didn’t press record until “Melania and the White House had accused me of criminal activity and publicly shamed and fired me and made me their scapegoat.” At that point, the first lady was “no longer my friend,” Winston Wolkoff continued. “She was willing to let them take me down, and she told me herself this is the way it has to be. She was advised by the attorneys at the White House that there was no other choice because there was a possible investigation into the presidential inauguration committee.”
Friends don’t do that to each other, Winston Wolkoff told Maddow, and she decided she had to do “anything in my power to make sure that I was protected. At first I really did think that maybe she would come to my aid, maybe she would tell the truth, but she turned her back and folded like a deck of cards.” The recordings are “evidence” to back up her version of events, Winston Wolkoff said, and she has privately played at least one tape to a reporter.
The more Trump and the White House “continue to lie about what they’ve said, done, and do, the more I will continue to prove their claims false,” she added.
Again, judge not, lest ye be judged.