Grisham: Donald Trump sexually harassed at least two women in the White House

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Stephanie Grisham is still releasing excerpts from her book about her years in Trumpworld. Grisham moved between the East Wing and West Wing of the Trump White House, and she clearly has a lot of tea to spill. The feeling I get is that she’s not really afraid of burning bridges in Trumpworld, which makes it more interesting than many of the memoirs coming out of that fascist era. Anyway, remember when we hoped Stormy Daniels would take down Donald Trump? Back then, Stormy talked a lot about her very brief affair with Trump, including some details about how his dong was small and has a toadstool vibe. Well, Grisham has a story about Stormy’s disclosure. And Grisham has lots of other vomitous stories too.

On Stormy Daniels’ “toadstool” comment: Grisham writes that Trump once felt the need to call her from Air Force One to inform her that his penis was neither small nor shaped like a toadstool.

Trump to Putin: Grisham recounts a meeting between Trump and Vladimir Putin in Japan in 2019 where he allegedly admitted to the Russian president that he was being mean to him to impress the news cameras. At that G-20 meeting in Osaka, Trump wagged his finger at Putin and told him: “Don’t meddle in the election.” In her book, Grisham recalls seeing Trump tell Putin: “I’m going to act a little tougher with you for a few minutes. But it’s for the cameras, and after they leave, we’ll talk. You understand.”

Trump hid a colonoscopy appointment: Trump’s unexplained trip to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in 2019 sparked theories that the president had a secret illness. The explanation, according to Grisham, is much more straightforward. She hints that Trump went for a colonoscopy, but didn’t disclose the reason for the trip because he didn’t want to be “the butt of a joke” on late-night TV. Grisham reportedly writes: “As with COVID, he was too wrapped up in his own ego and his own delusions about his invincibility.”

Trump supposedly cuts his own hair with a massive pair of scissors: According to the Post, Grisham’s book spills details about Trump’s hair-care routine—including the claim that he cuts his own hair. Grisham writes in her book that Trump carries around “a huge pair of scissors that could probably cut a ribbon at an opening of one of his properties.”

Trump allegedly ogled an unnamed female staffer: Aside from the aforementioned toadstool call, Grisham repeatedly alleges that Trump was sexually inappropriate in her presence. She claims that Trump asked her then-boyfriend, who also worked for him, to rate her sexual performance. Grisham also writes that Trump was obsessed with one unnamed female press aide, and allegedly once demanded she was brought to him on Air Force One so he could “look at her [behind].”

[From The Daily Beast]

While the toadstool story is vile, the “secret colonoscopy” story is perhaps an answer to one of the questions hanging over the Trump era. He had a few “secret” doctor’s appointments, including one which wasn’t on his schedule, and seemed like an emergency stop on a Saturday. Is that the doctor’s visit which was just a colonoscopy? Yeah, doubtful. Now, I don’t doubt that he had a colonoscopy and he wanted to keep it a secret. But I think there were other medical secrets and Grisham just isn’t mentioning them. Also not surprising that he sexually harassed young women on his staff. That story sounds like it’s about Hope Hicks, but really, it could be about any woman in that White House.

Also, both Melania and Donald’s offices are sending out blanket denials and character assassinations of Grisham. Which is how you know she’s hit a nerve.

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  1. Amy Bee says:

    Not surprised by this at all.

  2. Lauren says:

    Honestly, I would have been surprised if he hadn’t harassed at least a couple of women. He has been consistently disgusting towards women for decades, no one should be surprised ì.

  3. FancyPants says:

    “At least two women” is probably the world’s biggest understatement. Didn’t George W. Bush have multiple colonoscopies in office? I don’t remember it being a big deal, but I was high school/college age and didn’t follow the news as much back then. I still don’t believe this, it doesn’t explain why they were in such a rush to get there at a random time of day, and I think I remember that Walter Reed personnel said they weren’t expecting him.

    • fluffybunny says:

      You don’t just randomly do colonoscopies either because you need to evacuate the poop chute so I’m also not buying it.

      • Abby says:

        I mean, after a certain age colonoscopies are normal right? My dad gets them like once a year. My husband has gotten them since he was 30 because his first cousin died of colon cancer at 25 years old. He immediately went out and got a colonoscopy at that point. It is weird if he unexpectedly dropped in for one…

      • tbg says:

        They now recommend them starting at 45 but for me I had to have one at 40 because my paternal grandfather died of colon cancer. He had a horribly unhealthy lifestyle since he was a drunk and ate all the wrong foods, but I still have to get a colonoscopy every five years. I often wonder if he would have developed colon cancer if he had laid off the booze and fatty foods.

      • Yonati says:

        Yeah, even if he had an accident and everything fell out of his ass, they would still do the cleansing thing because that’s the only way it actually all comes out. (Don’t ask me how I know this).

  4. Mac says:

    This book is sticks to embarrassing anecdotes rather than the rampant criminality of the Trump White House. I’m not interested in Jared’s nickname, I want to know how involved he was in the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi.

    • Betsy says:

      No one wants to open themselves up to criminal charges or to admit culpability in any of the horrific things the Trumps did. Of course it’s just going to be the embarrassing stuff. MAGAts are still saying none of this is real, because there’s no video. Which… guys, what part of any of this sounds out of character for Donald Trump?

      I wish she had talked about the Melania double.

  5. Betsy says:

    That one rushed Sunday appointment? No way was that a colonoscopy. But twitter said that there were multiple secret doctors appointments, so I’m sure one of them was.

  6. Jan says:

    Trump lost his case about Omarosa’s book, non disclosure was toss, so he will probably lose if he tries to stop this book.
    He sure is on a losing streak with court cases, only wins are getting the idiots to fund him.

  7. Abby says:

    I literally dont even have to read the post to think “Yep, yep, sounds about right. Only two?”

  8. Abby says:

    LOL just read the excerpts. WOW. Again none of this is surprising. But these are extremely unflattering details of a person I already despised. This story kind of makes my day. I’m a terrible person.

    • AMA1977 says:

      Nah, you’re a good person who was pushed to the brink by a pathological narcissist who is also incredibly stupid, cruel, and impulsive and has been indulged in his awfulness his whole life. You have the same name as my sweet daughter, I’m sure you’re terrific!! :)

      I actively hope and wish for terrible things to happen to him, his harpie wife, his adult spawn and their partners, and all who actively assisted him in the dismantling of our democracy. I am proud of it, lol.

      These excerpts are not surprising, but knowing how “image” conscious the butternut turd is, I’m glad they’re in the news. I won’t buy her book because she’s awful and doesn’t deserve my money, but I love to see him humiliated.

  9. BUBS says:

    When it comes to the issue of sexual harassment in the political landscape, it really annoys me that male Republican politicians don’t get the same ire and judgment as democrats. A democratic male politician is never even given the benefit of doubt. Yes, those that prey on women should be punished but can we start punishing equally? Why is Gaetz still in the House while Cuomo is out? With allegations like this, MSM will still be writing articles pondering about a Trump 2024 run instead of asking why he’s not in jail! Can we just punish equally, please?

    • Sankay says:

      Agreed. I still believe the GOP was terrified of Al Frankenstein and that is why they disposed of him.

      • BUBS says:

        I just wish Democrats would stop playing “nice politics!”

      • BothSidesNow says:

        I was so heartbroken about Franken, whereas we have criminals and predators like Gaetz, Reed, Gruters, Kelly and Hagedorn are all Repugnant’s that are currently under investigation. Gaetz and Reed for sexual misconduct. The other 2 for ethics violations, as if Repugnant’s knew what the definition of ethics was!

        As for Drumpf and these revelations, not surprising at all!! And I am certain that there were more than 2 staffers that were to be at his disposal for oogling….
        As for his toad, or whatever he has going on, I am certain that the only way that toad is kissed is If it’s attached to a stack of BIGLY bills, no small change…..which has also ruined the saying, you have to kiss a lot of toads to find your prince…🤢

  10. Duhaa says:

    …only two?!

  11. Chantal says:

    Who’s surprised by this? I honestly expected double or triple digits with his level of narcissism. His Maga stans will only think this proves his manliness or something while the rest of us continue to be horrified. I can’t believe all the crap he’s gotten and continues to get away with

  12. Sean says:

    That Sunday he was rushed out of the White House with Secret Service hightailing it to Walter Reed was for a colonoscopy?

    That would totally explain why in the weeks that followed Trump could not open if right eye all the way and had trouble walking and using his arm.

    • AmB says:

      Right? When will prep-free colonoscopies be available to the rest of us?

    • BothSidesNow says:

      Right, couldn’t possibly be a serious matter, like shortness of breath or passing out possibly, no.
      And there is not one care facility that I think would want to give Drumpf a colonoscopy, not one. Well, maybe the DC Zoo but that’s about the only one.

  13. Gracie says:

    Maybe it was not stray polyps they were searching for with the “emergency colonoscopy”? Maybe I’ve been watching too many RN TikToks….

  14. Bread and Circuses says:

    Yeah…a colonoscopy is not something you have spur of the moment. You have to spend half a day “prepping”, i.e. spending quality time on the toilet while various medicines and drinks get your insides looking nice and clean.

    Also, although your doctor might want results quickly, a day or so makes not much difference to the sorts of things they’re checking for in a colonoscopy. So nobody would be yoinking you out your routine to fly to the hospital for something like that.