Donald Trump & # 39; s personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout resigns from the White House after sharing confidential information about his family with reporters & # 39;
- Madeleine Westerhout worked for Trump from the first day of his administration
- Her & # 39; abrupt & # 39; resigned after Trump heard that she had shared information about his family and the Oval Office with reporters
- Westerhout, who submitted his resignation on Thursday, will no longer be admitted to the White House on Friday
President Donald Trump's personal assistant, Madeleine Westerhout, resigned from the White House after allegedly sharing information with reporters.
Westerhout has been working for Trump since the first day of his administration.
The New York Times reported that her & # 39; abrupt and unexpected & # 39; resigned after Trump heard that she had shared & # 39; during a working time of the president during a recent secret dinner with his reporters and the activities of Oval Office during an unofficial dinner & # 39 ;.
The New York Times report mentions anonymous sources that are allegedly familiar with her departure and who said that Westerhout should not return to the White House on Friday.
President Donald Trump has been told that his personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout (right) had shared the information about his family and the Oval office
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