When Donald Trump was running his reelection bid, his wife apparently wasn't too comfortable around all of the characters Donald was rolling with.
Especially Mark Meadows.
The revelation comes from Melania Trump's chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham.
According to the Washington Examiner, Grisham "recalled a sense of distrust among the first lady and several of her husband's closest aides, like former chief of staff Mark Meadows and former Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell."
"Melania Trump didn't trust Mark Meadows, was what Melania Trump told me. She was wary of Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Jenna Ellis, a lot of the people who were coming up into the residence and talking to the president. And then I think she was like constantly wondering, and I know she got on the phone with [Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel] a few times to ask where really are we with polling, because I don't think she fully trusted the campaign necessarily."
Especially as the reelection bid wound down, Melania found herself trusting Donald's team less and less.
"Melania felt that Meadows was letting a lot of people who were maybe being harmful to the President, giving him bad advice. He was clearing them into the residence or getting them into the Oval Office. Mrs. Trump never liked it when people would tell Trump what he wanted to hear rather than the truth or reality of the situation, and she felt that Meadows was always just playing into his hand."
Do you agree that Melania was right to be worried all along, or was she being paranoid?
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