Former President Donald Trump’s former director of strategic communications recently revealed that she has seen “some questionable behavior and comments” by the former president during his tenure in the White House. It is thought that those comments were mostly directed at young female employees. She said she went as far as to report it – but apparently nothing was done about it.
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Alyssa Farah Griffin, who is currently a co-host of View mode but at the time, being among dozens of the highest-ranking employees in the West Wing, was sharing her experience in the Trump administration in the hope that it would deter other women from working for the real estate mogul. real estate and reality TV star.
“Listen, this man is a former commander in chief, he’s currently the leading Republican candidate for president, and I think the American public needs to know who Donald Trump is.” Griffin said.
“I found the former president’s behavior and interactions with very young female staffers to make me uncomfortable,” she added, alleging Trump’s conduct “was a confidential, public discussion at West Wing.”
“The way I was raised, the way I behaved professionally is my responsibility to report that. So I took it to my direct report, which was then Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.” she added. “He seemed very aware of the issue and said he would handle it.”
Griffin said to her knowledge “nothing has ever been done” but “I can’t say that definitively.”
“It’s a pattern. It has been seen. You don’t have to be a genius to see it. Reported, I don’t know if they will be handled, but this is a man who doesn’t respect women.” she continued. “It’s a man objectifying women.
“We have heard it in his own words countless times. And I think it’s important to reiterate that after E. Jean Carroll’s decision, because he’s currently being charged by a jury of his colleagues with predatory behavior. And if I can help protect any woman who might think about working around him, thinking about being with him, then I just want to share that.”