White House staff called Ivanka ‘the princess’ and claim she and Jared tried to push their way into meeting the Queen, Stephanie Grisham claims in new book
Aides to former President Donald Trump referred to his daughter Ivanka as ‘the princess,’ according to a new tell-all book – which describes Ivanka Trump‘s efforts to insinuate herself into a meeting with the Queen in 2019.
Former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham includes the detail in her new book, I’ll Take Your Questions Now – a title that references her failure to hold a press briefing during her tenure.
Grisham, who went on to serve as first lady Melania Trump‘s top aide, writes that Melania also referred to Ivanka by the name.
Ivanka, who served as an unpaid senior advisor to the president, regularly referred to him as ‘my father’ in meetings, she writes. Ivanka sometimes used the term in public.
Ivanka Trump (second right) and Jared Kushner (R) looks out of the window at Buckingham Palace during the visit of US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump on June 03, 2019 in London, England
White House aides called Ivanka Trump ‘the princess,’ writes former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham in her new book. She terms Ivanka’s husband Jared Kushner (c) the ‘Slim Reaper’
Grisham terms her husband, former White House aide Jared Kushner, ‘the Slim Reaper’ for getting involved in projects designated for others, she writes, according to a copy of the book obtained by the Washington Post.
Grisham also writes that the power couple tried to get themselves into a meeting with Queen Elizabeth II during Trump’s visit to the UK in 2019.
Only Trump and the first lady attended. It would have been a ‘wild breach of protocol,’ according to the post. Jared and Ivanka did attend a state dinner.
Grisham writes that the situation was resolved when they couldn’t fit into a presidential helicopter.
Javanka tried to get themselves into Trump’s meeting with the Queen during Trump’s 2019 trip to the UK
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham picks apart the former First Family in her new book
She served as chief of staff to former first lady Melania Trump, who Grisham says also called Ivanka ‘the princess’
Grisham writes about Jared and Ivanka’s plan to join a meeting with the Queen
(L to R) Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, Argentine President Mauricio Macri, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Advisor to U.S. President Ivanka Trump, U.S. President Donald Trump and Indonesian President Joko Widodo attend the women’s empowerment event on the second day of the G20 summit on June 29, 2019 in Osaka, Japan. World leaders have been meeting in Osaka for the annual Group of 20 summit to discuss economic, environmental and geopolitical issues. The US-China trade war has dominated the agenda with U.S President Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping scheduled to meet on Saturday for an extended bilateral in an attempt to resolve the ongoing the trade war between the world’s two largest economies
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump did manage to get included in a meeting with Pope Francis in 2017
‘I finally figured out what was going on,” according to Grisham. ‘Jared and Ivanka thought they were the royal family of the United States.’
Former President Trump, who was in close contact during his 2016 campaign, torched her in a statement through his spokeswoman.
‘This book is another pitiful attempt to cash in on the President’s strength and sell lies about the Trump family, said Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington.
Harrington termed Grisham a ‘a disgruntled former employee’ – a term has applied in the past to aides who have written tell-alls. She said the book’s publishers ‘should be ashamed of themselves for preying on desperate people who see the short term gain in writing a book full of falsehoods.’
Publisher Harper Collins calls the book ‘The most frank and intimate portrait of the Trump White House yet.’
Grisham resigned from her post on Jan. 6th, the day of the Capitol riot.
Trump went after Grisham personally in a statement to the New York Times.
‘Stephanie didn’t have what it takes and that was obvious from the beginning,’ Trump said. ‘She had big problems and we felt that she should work out those problems for herself. Now, like everyone else, she gets paid by a radical left-leaning publisher to say bad and untrue things.’