The family of fired White House "gatekeeper" Madeleine Westerhout has revealed that she would never have acted maliciously against President Trump because she was always so fond of him.
Trump's 28-year-old personal secretary resigned from her prominent role on Thursday, amid claims that the President discovered that she recently shared private data about his family with journalists.
The New York Times reported that her & # 39; abrupt and unexpected & # 39; resigned after Trump heard that she had unconsciously shared details about his family and the Oval Office operations in which she was involved in a recent off-the-record dinner with reporters during the president's working vacation.
Donald Trump said the fired assistant, Madeleine Westerhout, had called him to say that she had been drinking when talking to White House correspondents during dinner.
The family of fired White House "gatekeeper" Madeleine Westerhout, (pictured with President Trump), has revealed that she would never have acted maliciously against him because she was always so fond of him
Madeleine & # 39; s grandmother Elaine Westerhout, (pictured with her husband Fritz), insists that her oldest granddaughter never disclosed personal information about the president to her family
Westerhout was dramatically removed as an Oval Office gatekeeper for Trump at the end of Thursday after spreading insider information about the president's daughters – including the claim that she had a better relationship with them than Trump.
She sent the alleged information about the president's family during a drink with members of the media who regularly trump Trump as & # 39; fake news & # 39; bogged down Politico revealed.
But in her $ 5 million home in Newport Beach, California on Friday, Madeleine & # 39; s grandmother Elaine Westerhout, 84, insists that her oldest granddaughter never disclosed personal information about the president to her family.
She even claims that the brunette is such a & # 39; s enormous admirer of the commander-in-chief that she described him as the most & # 39; kind-hearted & # 39; and & # 39; soft & # 39; boss she once had during a home visit in March of this year.
This is in the midst of reports that Madeleine was fired after bragging to reporters that she had a better relationship with Trump than his own daughters, Ivanka and Tiffany.
Politico said she said the president didn't like being in the picture with Tiffany because he considered her too overweight.
Elaine, whose husband retired doctor Dr. Fritz Westerhout M.D. said about her granddaughter's ax: & # 39; My husband and I first heard about it on the news last night.
& # 39; It is rather sinister that some people seem to have followed what they did and said.
& # 39; There is no doubt that if something happened, it was a fair mistake, not malicious.
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
Madeleine & # 39; s grandmother Elaine Westerhout claims that she described POTUS as the most & # 39; kind-hearted & # 39; and & # 39; soft & # 39; boss she once had during a home visit in March this year
& # 39; Probably something has just gone out in a conversation.
& # 39; I told my husband after we saw what had happened: & # 39; No matter how close your friends are or how much you trust people, you must put a guard on your mouth & # 39 ;. Don't throw away a comment to say it. & # 39;
& # 39; But I don't think Madeleine is such a person. She was always such a diligent student, very responsible.
& # 39; The only thing I would tell people in my heart is that I think it is very important that she has told us that contrary to what many people say about President Trump, he is one of the most kind-hearted , gentle people she once worked for.
& # 39; That is in stark contrast to what he said about her. & # 39; She never revealed personal things about him. & # 39;
Elaine, who says she has not spoken to Madeleine since her resignation, added: & I certainly don't know what to think about what happened.
Westerhout allegedly accused Trump of being photographed with his daughter Tiffany because she is overweight
Elaine, whose husband retired doctor Dr. Fritz Westerhout M.D. was, her granddaughter's ax described as & # 39; pretty sinister & # 39; that people supervised what she said
& # 39; I want to talk to her quickly, but I want to give her the chance to let this sink. She is my firstborn grandchild and one of nine grandchildren. & # 39;
& # 39; We have known her the longest and she is an incredible young woman who came from California and worked in the White House.
& # 39; There must be a reason why she ended up with President Trump and there must be a reason why she is no longer there.
& # 39; The last time I saw her in March, I had to pinch her to make sure she was real and what she did at the White House was real.
& # 39; I said to her: & # 39; Are you sure you're the girl who works at that desk just outside the Oval office? & # 39; She said: & # 39; Yes, I am & # 39 ;. She was very proud of her work.
& # 39; It was an incredible chance that even she was surprised to get. I love her and she is beautiful.
& # 39; She comes from a family of Protestant Christians and not from a Seventh-day Adventist like me.
Before Westerhout became Trump's personal secretary, she worked as an assistant to the Republican Chief of Staff Katie Walsh
& # 39; I pray for her and I worry about people attacking her for what happened.
& # 39; I'm sure she has the power to be okay. & # 39; Madeleine's parents are divorced, but both live in California.
A young woman who believed she was a Madeleine sister said in their father's house in Newport Beach that her immediate family would not comment.
The 28-year-old 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.
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, explained that 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 breach of trust on leakage schedules & # 39; s, & # 39; tweeted the 28 year old. & # 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 worked as an assistant to the Republican Chief of Staff Katie Walsh.
When the elections ended, she joined Walsh in New York. There, the RNC Chief of Staff Madeleine had visitors guided to the building through the press and the security for it.
Under a stunning family revelation, Westerhout reportedly said that Trump does not like being photographed with his daughter Tiffany because she is overweight. That information could not be verified immediately – although the president said what she said & # 39; a little embarrassing & & # 39; called.
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