Donald Trump says he forgiven his former potty personal assistant after telling reporters he thought his daughter Tiffany was overweight.
During an off-the-record dinner, Trump & # 39; s gatekeeper Madeleine Westerhout also spoke with reporters about his 13-year-old son Barron.
The president tweeted on Twitter on Saturday morning: & # 39; Although Madeleine Westerhout has a fully enforceable confidentiality agreement, she is a very good person and I don't think there would ever be reason to use it. She called me yesterday to apologize, had a bad night. I have fully understood and forgiven her! I love Tiffany, it's going great! & # 39;
Minutes later, he added: & # 39; … Yes, I am currently suing several people for breaching their confidentiality agreements. Disgusting and dirty mouth Omarosa is one. I gave her every break, despite the fact that everyone despised her, and she went out of a book for cheap money. Countless others too! & # 39;
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The president went to Twitter on Saturday morning to say that he forgives his former personal assistant
Donald Trump & # 39; s personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout told reporters that he thinks his daughter Tiffany is overweight and does not want to be photographed with her
Younger daughter: Tiffany Trump, 26, is Donald Trump's second daughter from his marriage to Marla Maples, with whom she spent this week in New York
Westerhout resigned from the White House on Thursday, more than a week after the dinner took place.
After details of what she had said came to light, Trump said he loved his daughter Tiffany.
Speaking at the White House South Lawn Friday before flying to Camp David for the weekend, the president said the claim & # 39; absolutely incorrect & # 39; used to be. He praised Tiffany as a & # 39; great person & # 39; and said he intended to see her later and mentioned what was said & # 39; painful & # 39 ;.
And he said that Westerhout had called him to say that she had been drinking when talking to White House correspondents during an & # 39; off the record & # 39; dinner.
During dinner, Westerhout reportedly also talked about Trump & # 39; s youngest son Barron and his eating habits. The New York Times.
Allegedly she also told journalists that she had a better relationship with Trump than his daughters, Tiffany and Ivanka.
Westerhout was dramatically removed as an Oval Office gatekeeper for Trump at the end of Thursday after spreading insider information about the daughters of the president and Barron.
She voiced her claims about the President's family during drinks with members of the media that Trump regularly referred to as the & fake news & # 39; bogged down Politico revealed.
Under a stunning family revelation, Westerhout reportedly said that Trump does not like being photographed with Tiffany because she is overweight. That information could not be verified immediately.
& # 39; I love Tiffany. & # 39; Trump spoke about his affection for his second daughter because it turned out that his personal assistant had resigned after he told reporters that he thought Tiffany was overweight
Madeleine Westerhout is seen with the Thanksgiving turkey in one of her Twitter photos posted on November 21, 2017 and titled: It's almost time for National Pardoning! Will it be Wishbone or Drumstick ??
Madeleine Westerhout can be seen in one of her Twitter photos, posted March 8, 2017 and titled: We are Making America Great Again! # POTUS45
She would also have said that Trump could not choose his younger daughter from a crowd.
But Trump called the situation & # 39; unfortunate & # 39; and said that Westerhout, 28, had asked him to apologize.
Asked by DailyMail.com if he had talked to his daughter since the amazing statements about how he sees her, he said: "We have a call, she will call me back as soon as we arrive at Camp David." 39;
When DailyMail.com asked what he would tell Tiffany, he said: “I'm going to say it's just absolutely wrong.
& # 39; She is a great person. She has studied so hard, she is a wonderful student and she is so wonderful – a wonderful person.
& # 39; I'm looking forward to talking to her. I'll talk to her as soon as I get there – and I love Tiffany. Tiffany is a wonderful person. & # 39;
He also said that he had spoken to Westerhout, whom, according to the book & # 39; American Carnage & # 39; from Tim Alberta, please & # 39; my beautiful beauty & # 39; called.
& # 39; I really think she had a bad night, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; She said she drank. And the whole thing was very unfortunate, and I think the press is very unfair because it was supposed to be unofficial.
& # 39; Yet you don't say things like she said that hurt only a little for some people. & # 39;
Asked if it was true that he didn't want to be seen with Tiffany, he said: & # 39; Tiffany is amazing. I love Tiffany. I love Tiffany. & # 39;
He later added to Westerhout: & # 39; She is a very good person and I always thought she did very well. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; Of course, the press breaks all the time & # 39; of the plate & # 39;. & # 39;
Public affection: Donald Trump said he would talk to Tiffany as soon as he landed at camp David and had already spoken to Madeleine Westerhout
First daughter: Tiffany Trump was last seen in New York this week. The president's younger daughter studies law at Georgetown University School of Law
Family together: Donald Trump took his younger daughter Tiffany to church for the Easter service in Palm Beach with her stepmother Melania
Older daughter: Madeleine Westerhout would boast that she was closer to Trump than both Tiffany and Ivanka, who was seen at home in Washington D.C. on Thursday.
The disgrace of Westerhout had started on Thursday evening when the New York Times first started its & abrupt and unexpected & # 39; reported leaving and said it was following an off-the-record dinner with reporters in New Jersey while the president was on vacation at his golf club in Bedminster.
Senior employees sometimes dine with reporters in such off-the-record sessions when the president travels, provided that what is said will never be published.
The after-hours confab that was allegedly started up in Westerhout has been unveiled to include White House correspondents from The Washington Post, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg News, according to Politico.
They are among the outlets that reporters send to travel with the president most frequently.
Dinner was at Grain & Cane, a restaurant at the Embassy Suites hotel in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, close to the Bedminster resort.
Drinks there start at $ 7 for house beers and $ 12 for cava, while cocktails are $ 11.
Hogan Gidley, Deputy Press Secretary of the White House, traveled with the press corps at the time and was on August 17 & # 39; evening.
The offensive comments took place after Gidley left the group to conduct a TV interview, according to the Politico account.
The comments found their way back to the White House and prompted the expulsion of Westerhout.
That is well outdated: what Westerhout said earlier this year about another leak
Inner circle: Westerhout left, with former White House secretary, Sarah Sanders, had unprecedented access to the president and served as his gatekeeper – but now joins a long list of rooms
Not there for the bomb: Hogan Gidley, deputy secretary of the White House, was just having dinner with reporters and left, and it is reported that Westerhout then spoke about the president's family
The unveiling of what Westerhout told reporters was used by Trump allies to promote his war with the mainstream media.
Arthur Schwartz, who asks questions on behalf of the president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., tore Friday in Washington Post journalist Phil Rucker and teased him to have violated an unofficial agreement at dinner that his employer denied.
& # 39; So @PhilipRucker has violated an unofficial agreement about this? Absolutely bad judgment, & he tweeted.
Schwartz sent a text message that he reportedly had received from another reporter asking if he had a few minutes to & # 39; off the record & # 39; to talk.
& # 39; This text was not from Rucker. It was from a reporter at another point of sale that told something that had nothing to do with politics, & Schwartz wrote.
& # 39; Rucker has seriously damaged his profession – none of these people can be trusted. I'm sure they will find a way to blame POTUS for this, with an acronym for the president.
The national editor Steven Ginsburg of the newspaper defended the correspondent, who regularly speaks with Trump while beating the beat of the White House.
He called him & # 39; one of the best and most meticulous journalists in the news world & # 39; and added: "He has always acted with the greatest honor and integrity and has never violated Washington Post's standards or policies."
Westerhout had unprecedented access to Trump and served as his gatekeeper.
In February, when Trump leaked & # 39; s personal schedule, she went to Twitter for the & # 39; shameful breach of trust & # 39; to name.
Gaffe location: The Grain & Cane restaurant is located at the Embassy Suites in Berkeley, N.J. The wine list starts at $ 12 for cava, $ 7 for bottles of beer including Bud Light and Budweiser, and cocktails start at $ 11 for a bourbon milk punch
Apt advice: Madeleine Westerhout spilled the Trump secrets during drinks at Grain & Cane, which offers witty statements on a plate above the bar
At the time, Westerhout, who was also director of Oval Office operations, defended the president against a report showing that Trump spent 60 percent of the last three months in & # 39; executive time & # 39; spent.
The then White House secretary, Sarah Sanders, said the & # 39; executive & # 39; whether Trump's unstructured time was spent on scheduled meetings, events, and calls, & # 39; adding that there is time for a more creative environment that has helped him become the most productive president in modern history. & # 39;
& # 39; What a shameful violation of trust in leakage schedules & # 39; s, & # 39; tweeted Westerhout. & # 39; What these don't show are the hundreds of phone calls and meetings that @realDonaldTrump takes every day. This POTUS works harder for the American people than anyone else in recent history. & # 39;
Before Westerhout became Trump's personal secretary, she first worked for the Mitt Romney 2012 campaign, then the Republican National Committee, where she assisted Chief of Staff Katie Walsh.
But earlier this year, it was reported that she had been in tears when Trump won – something that caused others in the West Wing to question her loyalty.
When the elections ended, she joined Walsh in New York. There, the Chief of Staff of the RNC Madeleine started to guide visitors to the Trump Tower, through the press and front security.
& # 39; Katie wanted me to ensure that these important people entered the building and where they should be & # 39 ;, she told CNN.
& # 39; And then the elected president wanted to make sure that all his meetings were very transparent, so it became a little more public than I originally thought it would be. & # 39;
HIGH PROFILE DEPARTURES
Here are just a few of the top officials who left Trump & # 39; s administration and when their departure was announced
Inauguration day was January 20
January 31st: Acting Attorney General Sally Yates
February 13: National security adviser Michael Flynn
30 March: Deputy Chief of Staff Katie Walsh
April 9: Deputy National Security Advisor K.T. McFarland
The 9th of May: FBI director James Comey
30th of May: Communication director Michael Dubke
21 July: Press secretary Sean Spicer
July 28: Chief of Staff Reince Priebus
July 31: Director of communication Anthony Scaramucci
August 18: Chief Strategist Steve Bannon
August 25: National security assistance Sebastian Gorka
1st of September: Director of Oval Office Operations Keith Schiller
September 29: Health and human services Secretary Tom Price
December 8: Deputy National Security Advisor Dina Powell
December 13th: Director of Communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault Newman
February 7: Staff Secretary Rob Porter
February 28: Communication director Hope Hicks
6 March: Director of the National Economic Council Gary Cohn
12 March: Special Assistant and Personal Assistant to President John McEntee
13 March: State Secretary Rex Tillerson
March 22nd: National safety adviser H.R. McMaster
28th of March: Veteran Affairs Secretary David Shulkin
April 10: Domestic security advisor Tom Bossert
11 April: Deputy National Security Advisor Nadia Schadlow
12 April: Deputy National Security Advisor Ricky Waddell
May 2: White House lawyer Ty Cobb
5 June: Communications assistant Kelly Sadler
July 5: Environmental protection Agency manager Scott Pruitt
August 29: White House Don Don McGahn
October 9: U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley
November 7th: Attorney General Jeff Sessions
December 9: Chief of Staff John Kelly
December 15: Interior Minister Ryan Zinke
the 20th of December: Defense Minister Jim Mattis
8 March: Communications Director Bill Shine
April 8: Minister of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen
June 13th: Secretary of the Witte Huispers Sarah Sanders
June 18: Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan
25 June: Acting Customs and Border Patrol Commissioner John Sanders
July 12: Labor secretary Alex Acosta
July 28: Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats
August 6: Ambassador to Russia, Jon Huntsman
August the 8th: Deputy Director of National Intelligence, Sue Gordon
August 29: The personal assistant of the president, Madeleine Westerhout
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