Melania Trump said ‘no’ when given chance to call for peace on January 6, sources say

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The resources advised CNN that Trump’s aide Stephanie Grisham despatched her a textual content that explained, “Do you want to tweet that tranquil protests are the ideal of every American, but there is no area for lawlessness and violence?” to which Trump replied with just one phrase: “No.” Grisham facts the account in her approaching e book titled “I will Get Your Queries Now,” in accordance to portions released in Politico on Monday.CNN described in January that Trump was at the White Dwelling for the duration of the insurrection, overseeing a photo shoot of a carpet she experienced put in. At no time on January 6 did Trump connect with off the picture shoot, nor did she publicly converse out in any way about the atrocities being committed by supporters of her husband, President Donald Trump, two miles away on Capitol Hill, even as barricades were torn down and attackers entered the Capitol making.

It was not right up until January 11, five days after the insurrection, that Trump in portion condemned the violence.

Trump produced a statement Monday relating to Grisham to Politico, saying: “The intent guiding this ebook is evident. It is an attempt to redeem herself soon after a very poor performance as press secretary, unsuccessful personal interactions, and unprofessional behavior in the White Dwelling. Via mistruth and betrayal, she seeks to attain relevance and revenue at the price of Mrs. Trump.”

Grisham was a faithful Trump deputy for much more than 5 a long time, serving briefly as White Residence push secretary in advance of returning to the East Wing as Melania Trump’s chief of staff for the very last yr of the administration.

She resigned her place on January 6, not long just after she despatched Trump the text asking if she would like to communicate out towards the violence at the Capitol.

Grisham’s e-book is set to be launched Oct 5.