The spokeswoman for Melania Trump gives an extraordinary defense of the First Lady after she was criticized by a commentator from CNN
- The spokesperson for the First Lady Melania Trump sat down with a CNN contributor on Saturday
- Stephanie Grisham, deputy chief of staff of the First Lady for communication, wrote an opinion for CNN & # 39; s website
- Grisham hit Kate Anderson Brower against the wall, an employee of CNN and author of books on First Ladies
- Brower criticized Melania Trump for comments she made during an interview with Sean Hannity or Fox News on Wednesday
- She wrote that Mrs. Trump does not understand what it means to be First Lady & # 39;
- Grisham slammed back and said that the Brower article had an "unnecessary attack" used to be
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The spokeswoman of First Lady Melania Trump wrote a guest opeded for CNN's website that attacked one of the network's employees because they were condescending & # 39; was against her boss.
Stephanie Grisham, the assistant chief of staff of the First Lady for communication, has destroyed Kate Anderson Brower because of her "unnecessary attack". on Mrs. Trump.
Brower, a CNN contributor and author of books on First Ladies, wrote a critical piece in which Trump was beaten for an interview she gave Fox News.
The interview with Sean Hannity on Wednesday showed that Trump does not understand what it means to be First Lady & # 39 ;, Brower wrote.
Trump told Hannity that "opportunists who use my name & # 39; the hardest thing to be First Lady.
The spokeswoman of First Lady Melania Trump wrote a guest opeded for CNN's website that attacked one of the network's employees because they were condescending & # 39; was against her boss
Stephanie Grisham (next to the adviser to President Johnny DeStefano), the deputy chief of the First Lady for communication, has destroyed Kate Anderson Brower because of her "unnecessary attack". on Mrs. Trump
Brower wrote that Trump once again found the job about herself and her family instead of using the opportunity to talk about the challenges she faces other people. & # 39;
Grisham wrote Saturday that Brower published her article hours after the First Lady traveled to the Washington National Hospital to read a Christmas story, visit sick children, and thank the hard-working hospital staff. # 39;
She also pressed the press for "consistently ignoring the work of the First Lady on behalf of the people in this country, and children in particular, in favor of more trivial affairs."
Grisham wrote: & # 39; For Brower to claim that the interview from Mrs. Trump & # 39; a lost opportunity to pay attention to families of struggling Americans whom she met in her role as first lady, is to deliberately ignore everything she has done to help and support children and around the world as a dedication to service that she has consistently proven over the past two years. & # 39;
The Trump spokesperson also mentioned the Be Best initiative, which was aimed at fighting cyberbullying.
Brower (above), a CNN contributor and author of a book about First Ladies, wrote a critical piece in which Trump was beaten for an interview she gave Fox News.
Grisham chastised the media for the cynical response to the First Lady's initiative, presumably because they disagreed with the use of Twitter by her husband & # 39 ;.
& # 39; New personalities and outlets use the & # 39; Be Best & Hashtag to taunt her about her husband, instead of focusing on the underlying message of kindness and compassion that the campaign must convey, "Grisham wrote.
Grisham has been combative in her role as main defender of the First Lady.
In September she accused the hosts of the image of the disdain of the First Lady because of her accent.
Grisham tweeted that the hosts of The View are disrespectful and hypocritical & # 39; because they "mock" someone's accent & # 39 ;.
The spokeswoman also struck Issa Rae, the actress who shone in the HBO hit Insecure, by saying that the show should be canceled if Melania Trump liked it.
In June, Grisham openly broke down the lawyer of the president, Rudy Giuliani, who went on television and said the first lady believes her husband denies a 2006 affair with porn star Stormy Daniels.
I do not believe that Mrs. Trump ever talked about her thoughts about something with Mr. Giuliani, & # 39; Grisham told the New York Times.