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Melania Trump used a personal email address in the White House, former assistant says

Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, pictured, told The Washington Post, “Neither Melania and I have used emails from the White House.”

Melania Trump regularly used private email accounts in the White House to discuss state visits and government recruitments, a former friend claims.

Author Stephanie Winston Wolkoff recounted The Washington Post: “Both Melania and I haven’t used emails from the White House.” The first lady is said to have used a private email account from the Trump organization and an email from a MelaniaTrump.com domain, as well as iMessage.

Winston Wolkoff’s upcoming memoir, “Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady,” is the first book written by a former member of the first lady’s inner circle.

On Tuesday, Winston Wolkoff admitted to recording her conversations with Melania, but defended this, saying she was doing it for “protection.”

Winston Wolkoff was an unpaid White House adviser to the first lady until February 2018, when her contract was terminated because of questions about the inaugural expenses.

In 2018, The Washington Post reported that Ivanka Trump sent hundreds of emails about government affairs to White House aides, cabinet members, and her assistant from a personal email account.

Ivanka rejected any comparison to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of private email, prompting an FBI investigation and inspiring the ‘Lock Her Up’ chant at Donald Trump’s campaign rallies in 2016.

The use of personal emails is allowed, but it is illegal to discuss anything classified.

Messages reportedly sent by Melania would show her about government recruitments, state visits and schedules, the Easter egg roll, and her Be Best initiative.

Former White House chief ethics attorney Richard Painter said, “It’s total hypocrisy. They were chosen as if Hillary Clinton should be in jail for using the wrong email. ‘

Proof of the existence of ties, said Winston Wolkoff, a former organizer of Vogue events MSNBC: “Melania and the White House had accused me of criminal activity, publicly disgraced and fired me, and made me a scapegoat.

‘At that moment I pressed record.’

On Tuesday, Winston Wolkoff admitted to recording her conversations with Melania, pictured with her husband on the White House's South Lawn on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention last week, but defended this, saying she did it for `` protection. '.

On Tuesday, Winston Wolkoff admitted to recording her conversations with Melania, pictured with her husband on the White House's South Lawn on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention last week, but defended this, saying she did it for `` protection. '.

On Tuesday, Winston Wolkoff admitted to recording her conversations with Melania, pictured with her husband on the White House’s South Lawn on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention last week, but defended this, saying she did it for “ protection. ‘.

Previous revelations to come out of her bombshell book include details of how Melania reportedly prevented Ivanka from appearing in key photos from the inauguration ceremony.

The 50-year-old first lady is said to have nicknamed her 38-year-old stepdaughter ‘princess’ and call her and her husband Jared Kushner ‘snakes’.

She is also said to have laughed during the 2016 campaign after the infamous’ Access Hollywood ‘tape came out and revealed Donald Trump who said he liked grabbing women at the p ****.’

Wolkoff claims the first lady also mocks Michelle Obama’s tenure. She reportedly once said, ‘Did Michelle Obama go to the border? She never did. Show me the pictures! ‘

Previous revelations that will come out of her bombshell book include details of how Melania reportedly prevented Ivanka from appearing in key photos from the inauguration ceremony. The 50-year-old first lady is said to have nicknamed her 38-year-old stepdaughter 'princess' and call her and husband Jared Kushner 'snakes'

Previous revelations to come out of her bombshell book include details of how Melania reportedly prevented Ivanka from appearing in key photos from the inauguration ceremony. The 50-year-old first lady is said to have nicknamed her 38-year-old stepdaughter 'princess' and call her and husband Jared Kushner 'snakes'

Previous revelations to come out of her bombshell book include details of how Melania reportedly prevented Ivanka from appearing in key photos from the inauguration ceremony. The 50-year-old first lady is said to have nicknamed her 38-year-old stepdaughter ‘princess’ and called her and husband Jared Kushner ‘snakes’

The book also claims that Melania ignored Michelle’s choice to showcase American fashion designers and decided to wear whoever she wanted, like Karl Lagerfeld.

Melania is also reported to have told Wolkoff that she would not move to the White House until the Obamas shower and toilet were replaced in the presidential residence – claims he has a new book.

The upcoming memoir is the first book to come out of the first lady's inner circle

The upcoming memoir is the first book to come out of the first lady's inner circle

The upcoming memoir is the first book to come out of the first lady’s inner circle

The first lady’s spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, has called the book “ wildly self-aggrandizing ” revenge from a woman who joined the president’s enemies.

The release comes days after Melania and Ivanka had a seemingly icy look at the Republican Convention, where the president formally accepted the nomination to run for a second term.

Winston Wolkoff has said it was “the worst mistake of my life” to work for Donald Trump and his family.

“When it really mattered, Melania wasn’t there for me,” Ms. Wolkoff wrote her book.

‘She wasn’t really my girlfriend. I actually wish I had never met her, ‘says the author of the first lady, a former fashion model.

Wolkoff’s memoir tells of her friendship with Melania and her work with her, including the inauguration of the president and in the east wing.

It traces her friendship with the first lady, which goes back to their days when Wolkoff worked for Vogue and the then-Melania Knauss was a struggling model with a relationship with a New York real estate mogul.

The two women developed into a friendship with monthly lunch dates and events in New York society.

But that friendship collapsed and burned, starting with Trump’s election.

David Wolkoff, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania Trump and Donald Trump took photos in 2008. The two women argued over Wolkoff's work before the inauguration and reported how much money she was getting for the performance.

David Wolkoff, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania Trump and Donald Trump took photos in 2008. The two women argued over Wolkoff's work before the inauguration and reported how much money she was getting for the performance.

David Wolkoff, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania Trump and Donald Trump took photos in 2008. The two women argued over Wolkoff’s work before the inauguration and reported how much money she was getting for the performance.

tephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania Trump and Rachel Roy pictured in 2017. Wolkoff's memoir tells of her friendship with Melania and her work with her, including the President's inauguration and in the East Wing

tephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania Trump and Rachel Roy pictured in 2017. Wolkoff's memoir tells of her friendship with Melania and her work with her, including the President's inauguration and in the East Wing

tephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania Trump and Rachel Roy photographed in 2017. Wolkoff’s memoir tells of her friendship with Melania and her work with her, including the President’s inauguration and in the East Wing

Pamela Gross Finkelstein, Judith Giuliani, Melania Knauss Trump and Stephanie Winston Wolkoff photographed in 2006. The two women developed into a friendship with monthly lunch dates and events in New York. But that friendship collapsed and burned, starting with Trump's election

Pamela Gross Finkelstein, Judith Giuliani, Melania Knauss Trump and Stephanie Winston Wolkoff photographed in 2006. The two women developed into a friendship with monthly lunch dates and events in New York. But that friendship collapsed and burned, starting with Trump's election

Pamela Gross Finkelstein, Judith Giuliani, Melania Knauss Trump and Stephanie Winston Wolkoff photographed in 2006. The two women developed into a friendship with monthly lunch dates and events in New York. But that friendship collapsed and burned, starting with Trump’s election

The two women argued over Wolkoff’s work for the inauguration and reported how much money she was getting for the performance.

Wolkoff left the East Wing in February 2018 after news reports showed that her company, WIS Media Partners, $ 26 million payment for his work on the inaugural.

The company, in turn, spent $ 24 million on subcontractors, a person familiar with the inaugural schedule at the time told DailyMail.com. The source said Wolkoff provided “the whole look and feel – the creative vision” for 18 or 20 inaugural events.

Her personal opinion from Trump’s inaugural committee reportedly amounted to about $ 500,000, with the rest going to other producers who worked on the event.

Melania Trump sent her away from the East Wing with an email.

‘I’m sorry that the professional part of our relationship has come to an end, but I feel comfortable that our [friendship] far outweigh[s] politics, ”the first lady wrote. ‘Thanks again! Lots of love.’

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