Donald Trump’s ex-director of strategic communications has revealed that she saw “a number of problematic behavior and comments” by the former president during his tenure at the White House, largely towards young female staffers. She said she went so far as to report it—but that nothing was ever apparently done about it.
Alyssa Farah Griffin, who is now a co-host of The View but was at the time among the dozen most senior staff in the West Wing, is sharing her experience in the Trump administration in the hopes that it will deter other women from working for the real estate mogul and reality TV star.
“Listen, the man’s the former commander-in-chief, he’s currently far and away the Republican frontrunner for president, and I think the American public needs to know who Donald Trump is,” Griffin says.
“I saw behavior and engagement with very young junior female staffers from the former president that made me uncomfortable,” she adds, alleging Trump’s behavior “was an open secret, open discussion in the West Wing.” [Continue reading…]