Trump's Now-Fired 'Gatekeeper' Assistant 'Cried On Election Night Because She Was Upset' He WonChris Menahan
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President Trump's personal assistant since Day 1 of his administration, Madeleine Westerhout, reportedly cried tears of sadness the night he was elected, leaked details from the Oval Office about his family and prevented him from seeing criticism from his base warning him against passing terrible pieces of legislation he later went on to sign.
From The New York Times:
President Trump's personal assistant, Madeleine Westerhout, whose office sits in front of the Oval Office and who has served as the president's gatekeeper since Day 1 of his administration, resigned on Thursday, two people familiar with her exit said.
Ms. Westerhout, a former Republican National Committee aide who also worked for Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign, reportedly cried on election night because she was upset over Mr. Trump's victory. As such, the president at first viewed her warily, as a late convert to his cause who could not be trusted.From Politico:
In the past six months, Westerhout had tried to expand the boundaries of her job to encompass a broader set of tasks and to include foreign travel, said one adviser close to the White House, who suggested Westerhout had tried to act like a de facto chief of staff. This irked several White House officials and Cabinet secretaries who thought she should stick to her primary task of serving as the president’s personal secretary with a desk just outside the Oval Office."Westerhout, 29, had worked for the Republican National Committee as an assistant to Chief of Staff Katie Walsh and the transition team before becoming a close aide to the president," CBS News reported.
Katie Walsh was another suspected leaker.
OANN's Ryan Girdusky, who has very solid sources and an excellent track record when it comes to reporting on the White House, reported Friday: "[A]llies of the president who supported his agenda would leave him letters about why/how certain pieces of legislation were bad for his agenda- Madeline would vet the letters and very frequently ensure they never got in front of Trump."
"This was the case for most of the large funding bills that increased catch and release and created loopholes for illegal aliens."
Here she is complaining about someone else leaking Trump's schedules:
I find it extremely difficult to have any sympathy for Trump failing to get through his agenda considering he has chosen to surround himself with MAGA Grifters and GOPe shills who hate him.
Never forget, Steve Bannon told 60 Minutes the Trump administration's "original sin" was embracing the establishment "totally":
BANNON: In the 48 hours after we won, there's a fundamental decision that was made. You might call it the original sin of the administration. We embraced the establishment. I mean, we totally embraced the establishment. I think in President Trump's mind, or President-elect Trump's mind, in Jared's mind, in the family's mind, I actually agreed with the decision. 'Cause ya had to staff a government. And to be brutally frank. You know, the campaign look, I'd never been on a campaign in my entire life, right? You know, I'm a former investment banker who's a media guy, running a little website. We were— our whole campaign was a little bit the island of misfit toys. So he looks around and I'm wearing my combat jacket, I haven't shaved, I got, you know, my hair's down to here, and he says he's thinking. "Hey, I've gotta put together a government. I've gotta really staff up something. I need to embrace the establishment."Trump and Javanka staffed his administration with six people from Goldman Sachs and a ton of other GOPe swamp-creatures:
Trump failed to hire a single person out of the 47,000-plus who applied to serve through GreatAgain.gov:
The White House later claimed the entire database was "accidentally deleted," but odds are that's bull***t because he went to work staffing his admin with GOPe shills on Day 1 as Bannon admitted.
As a reminder, Ann Coulter told Trump not to hire his family:
"Nobody is apparently telling you this," Coulter told Trump, according to [Michael Wolff's] book. "But you can't. You just can't hire your children."Coulter spoke out constantly against Trump selling out his base and failing to make good on his campaign promises to try and push him into action as harsh criticism is the only thing Trump seems to respond to. Trump responded by unfollowing her on Twitter and bashing her as a "wacky nut job."
Had Trump asked Coulter to staff his administration rather than Kushner perhaps he wouldn't be surrounded by leakers, saboteurs and traitors.
UPDATE: Politico is reporting Westerhout was fired for making negative comments about Ivanka and Tiffany Trump:
Madeleine Westerhout, who left her White House job suddenly on Thursday as President Trump's personal assistant, was fired after bragging to reporters that she had a better relationship with Trump than his own daughters, Ivanka and Tiffany Trump, and that the president did not like being in pictures with Tiffany because he perceived her as overweight.Had she only bashed the president and undermined the America First agenda he ran on we can assume she'd still have her job!
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