Stephanie Grisham, chief of employees and press secretary for first girl Melania Trump, has resigned following violent protests on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump.
Grisham says in a press release Wednesday that it was an “honor” to serve the nation within the White House and be a part of he first girl’s “mission” to assist kids.
Grisham was considered one of Trump’s longest serving aides, having joined the marketing campaign in 2015. She served because the White House press secretary and by no means held a press briefing.
Wednesday’s violent occupation of the U.S. Capitol by the president’s supporters sparked renewed conversations contained in the White House about mass resignations by mid-level aides who’re chargeable for operations of the workplace of the president.
Two folks acquainted with the conversations mentioned the aides have been torn between fears of what extra would occur in the event that they left and a need to register their disgust with their boss. They spoke on situation of anonymity to debate inner issues.
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