You might not really even recognize the name of Stephanie Grisham, however, I know that some of you will.

You also may not even know that she was temporarily the White House Press Secretary under President Trump.

She recently wrote a book that is supposed to expose some of the dirty details inside the White House in a “tell-all” book, but in reality, it’s just filled with lies.

Most recently she said that First Lady Melania Trump refused to meet with Steve Scalise’s family after he was shot.

Scalise posted a tweet proving that she’s lying:

“This is how the fake news media machine against President Trump and [Melania Trump] works. This never happened. My family went to visit the White House while I was still in the hospital and were graciously given a tour by President and Mrs. Trump.”

Scalise continued to rip Grisham on her book:

“This is another pathetic attempt by a disgraced former staffer to tell lies in order to sell books. If her publisher or a single outlet covering this story had done any fact checking, they would’ve learned it was fake. But they didn’t because it fits their fake narrative.”

“The fact they need to stoop so low to make up verifiably false stories about a shooting victim and his family to paint a false picture of the Trumps tells you everything you need to know about their credibility.”

This isn’t the first time that she’s been called out either:

Melania Trump recently reacted by saying the attention-seeking Grisham was looking to cash in after a series of personal and professional failures.

“The intent behind this book is obvious. It is an attempt to redeem herself after a poor performance as press secretary, failed personal relationships, and unprofessional behavior in the White House,” Mrs. Trump’s office said in a statement.

“Through mistruth and betrayal, she seeks to gain relevance and money at the expense of Mrs. Trump.”

On top of all of this, she’s admitted that she’s a liar:

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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