(RoyalPatriot.com )- Stephanie Grisham, the former chief of staff to First Lady Melania Trump and at one point President Donald Trump’s press secretary, is continuing her tour of the left-wing news outlets to promote her new book and make money from making questionable and arguably untrue statements about the former president.
Most recently, Grisham shamelessly told CNN that she “probably” told lies during interviews on Fox News during her time in the Trump White House, and then gave examples of a “lie” she told while working for former President Donald Trump.
Speaking to “New Day” on CNN, Grisham said that she wanted to hold a press conference during her brief time as press secretary but knew that she would have to “lie” if she did it. What she didn’t mention is that she was only press secretary during a time when the president cut off press briefings owing to the left-wing media’s relentless obsession with telling lies themselves.
CNN host John Berman asked if she was always truthful when appearing on Fox News, to which she responded that she “probably wasn’t” and that she regrets it “so much.”
Can White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki honestly say that she hasn’t told a lie, or lied by omission, since Biden took office? Come on…
Grisham then said that she once told a lie on behalf of President Trump relating to former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly. Grisham said that she wasn’t telling the truth in a press release in 2019 when she said:
“I worked with John Kelly, and he was totally unequipped to handle the genius of our great president.”
She told CNN that she doesn’t normally “speak that way” and that the statement was dictated by the former president.
In what universe is that a “lie”? Presidents have a say in what the White House tells the press. That’s not new.
You can hear her talking about it here:
Stephanie Grisham admits lying about John Kelly, calling it one of her "biggest regrets."
Also says she "probably wasn't" honest during her Fox News interviews. pic.twitter.com/Es1h3a1eod
— Alli Hedges Maser (@AllisonLHedges) October 5, 2021
If that’s the only lie she can think of, then she was probably the most honest press secretary in history.