Trump called press secretary Stephanie Grisham to insist his penis ‘wasn’t toad-stool shaped’ and asked to ‘view’ a young female aide on Air Force One, new book claims
Former President Trump was not happy when porn star Stormy Daniels scarred the nation by detailing the shape of his genitals, and immediately called his press secretary Stephanie Grisham to insist his penis was not shaped like a toadstool.
Daniels wrote in a 2018 book on her affair with the former president: ‘I lay there, annoyed that I was getting f***ed by a guy with Yeti pubes and a d*** like the mushroom character in Mario Kart.’
Trump, upon hearing the allegation, called his press secretary from Air Force one to assure her his penis was neither small nor shaped like a toadstool, Grisham, in her new salacious tell-all ‘I’ll Take Your Questions Now,’ obtained by the Washington Post.
The book will be released publicly on Oct. 5.
Trump, upon hearing the Stormy Daniels description of his penis, called his press secretary from Air Force one to assure her his penis was neither small nor shaped like a toadstool, Grisham, in her new salacious tell-all ‘I’ll Take Your Questions Now’
Grisham also writes that the former president once asked her former boyfriend, also a Trump aide, if she was good in bed
Grisham also writes that the former president once asked her former boyfriend, also a Trump aide, if she was good in bed.
Trump even once called Grisham to demand the presence of an unnamed press aide on Air Force One so he could ‘look at her [behind].’
The Stormy Daniels affair, Grisham writes, ‘unleashed’ Melania’s vengeance as she began trying to contradict her husband in public.
When Grisham drafted a tweet requesting privacy at the time of the affair, saying that Melania would focus on being on her roles as first lady, wife and mother, Melania had her scrub the tweet of the word ‘wife.’
And during the State of the Union address, she walked in arm-in-arm with a handsome military aide hand-selected by Grisham because the floors of the Capitol were ‘slippery.’
‘I laughed to myself because I’d seen the woman navigate dirt roads in her heels,’ Grisham writes.
The salacious tell-all from the former press secretary will be released publicly next week
Grisham, 45, served as press secretary to Trump from July 2019 to April 2020, wherein those 12 months she never once held a press conference. She then returned to her previous role as press secretary to First Lady Melania from April 2020 until January 2021. She resigned from the position on Jan. 6 in light of the Capitol riot.
Grisham also recounts a meeting between Trump and Vladimir Putin in Japan in 2019 where Trump smooth talked the Russian president and told him he was only talking tough in front of the cameras.
‘I’m going to act a little tougher with you for a few minutes. But it’s for the cameras, and after they leave, we’ll talk. You understand.’
The rest of the 90-minute conversation is shrouded in secrecy as press was ushered out of the room.
Grisham alleged that the administration was shrouded in a culture of lies. ‘Casual dishonesty filtered through the White House as if it were in the air conditioning system,’ she said.
And Trump’s staffers were lying right back.
When George H.W. Bush died, the staff arranged for the former president’s family to use Air Force One for the funeral. The casket, Bush’s service dog Sully and the first family flew in the plane to get to the service.
They left Trump in the dark on most of the details, knowing how he feared death.
‘We knew he wouldn’t be okay with that, even for a brief trip,’ Grisham writes. ‘Dead bodies, death, sickness — those things really seemed to creep him out.’
He was not a fan of the Bushes, either, and they were no fans of his.
And during 2019 when Trump would not disclose the nature of a visit to Walter Reed Medical Center, Grisham strongly hints that he was getting a colonoscopy, but didn’t want to make it public and become the ‘butt of a joke’ on late night TV.
Trump could have used his office to draw attention to the preventative procedure and save lives but ‘As with COVID, he was too wrapped up in his own ego and his own delusions about his invincibility,’ she writes.
Both the former president’s and first lady’s offices trashed the allegations in the book.
‘This book is another pitiful attempt to cash in on the President’s strength and sell lies about the Trump family,’ Trump spokesperson Liz Harrington told the Washington Post about the allegations. She said Grisham was a ‘disgruntled former employee’ and publishers ‘should be ashamed of themselves for preying on desperate people who see the short term gain in writing a book full of falsehoods.’
‘The intent behind this book is obvious,’ Melania Trump’s office said in response to the book earlier this month. ‘It is an attempt to redeem herself after a poor performance as press secretary, failed personal relationships, and unprofessional behavior in the White House. Through mistruth and betrayal, she seeks to gain relevance and money at the expense of Mrs. Trump.’
‘Failed personal relationships’ appeared to be a reference to Grisham’s relationship with Trump aide Max Miller, one that reportedly ended when he pushed her up against a wall and slapped her in the face when she accused him of cheating on her.