Trump encouraged his white house staffers to feel free to break the law

former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham has revealed that former president Donald Trump actively encouraged his staffers to break the law and even joked about it.

Stephanie Grisham said this in an interview with CNN host Jim Acosta on Saturday afternoon as she was Discussing the number of high-ranking Trump White House staffers who have been subpoenaed by the House committee investigating the Jan 6th insurrection.

“I’m very glad that this is happening, and I do hope that it will have, you know, many others who are getting subpoenaed like you said at the beginning, take a step back and realize there’s some consequences here,” she began. “However, my prediction is that the former president is going to tell everybody to continue to stall, they’re going to fund-raise off of this. [Steve] Bannon absolutely I think is going to wear this as a badge of honor and martyr himself almost.”

“You know, this is a very small example compared to what’s going on, but I recall in the White House when we would get Hatch Act violations, that was a badge of honor,” she recalled. “It was a joke in the White House. And you know, the president used to say to us, ‘You know who’s in charge of the Hatch Act? It’s me, go ahead, say whatever you want to say.'”


What do you think?


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Legal expert explains how House Dems could get Steve Bannon to flip.

Michael Flynn calls for Christianity to become the singular religion of the United States