When trying to please Mr. Trump, whose media coverage was constantly negative, she describes his anger at herself and others as “horrible.” She writes: “I started to regret my decision to go to the West Wing.”
She states that one of the frequent targets of Mr. Trump’s anger was Pat Cipollone, an adviser to the White House. So he shouted to them. But then he will usually listen. And later yell at them again. “
(There was another indignation: Grisham wrote that after Daniels insulted the penis in an interview, Trump called her to protect the size of the penis while riding Air Force One. )
At some point, Mr. Trump’s handler, an unnamed white known as “Musicman,” to play his favorite show tunes, including “Memory” in “Cats,” to pull him off the brink of anger. She writes that she has appointed a house official. (The aide is Grisham’s ex-boyfriend, as will be revealed later. She hasn’t identified him, but of the former White House, who is currently running for Congress with Mr. Trump’s support. This is Max Mirror, an official.)
She is a close-up observer of Mr. Trump’s obsession with domination, detailing the scene where the president undergoes colonoscopy without anesthesia-although she does not name the procedure-she The reason is that he has even temporarily assigned power to his deputy, and the president would have “showed weakness.”
In the end, Mr Grisham waited as the three chiefs of staff, two spokesmen, and countless other aides resigned. She states that the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, seemed to be stronger.
She said she emphasized inserting herself into meetings to which she did not belong, including when her father demanded a speech from the Oval Office to the country early in the pandemic. However, Grisham has reserved a special anger for Mr. Kushner, who she calls “Rasputin in a slim-fitting suit.” (At some point, Mr. Trump warns her not to take on the bad side of Mr. Kushner.)