JUST IN: Trump’s Personal Assistant Fired: She was Caught Leaking Info on White House & Trump Family To Press
Madeleine Westerhout, longtime executive assistant to President Donald Trump, abruptly resigned this week after the The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman and Annie Karni first report she leaked information about Trump to reporters. The Deep State is everywhere and moles are still working against the President and the United States.
AXIOS – President Trump’s longtime personal assistant Madeline Westerhout suddenly resigned on Thursday, 2 people familiar with her departure told the New York Times.
According to 1 of the anonymous sources, Trump reportedly discovered that Westerhout shared private details about his family and White House operations. The exchange took place at a recent off-the-record dinner with reporters, per Axios’ Jonathan Swan, and the information got back to the White House. “The breach of trust meant immediate action,” per the NYT, adding Westerhout, who has been with Trump since the first day of his presidency, was immediately deemed a “separated employee.”
This is high stakes. Westerhout allegedly shared intimate details about the president’s family and life during an off-the-record dinner with reporters near Bedminster, N.J., where Trump was on vacation. Her desk sat outside the Oval Office and she was often seen alongside Trump.
Westerhout has sat outside the Oval Office since Day 1 of the admin. Has become a trusted aide to Trump, but is out after talk of recent indiscreet chatter got to POTUS https://t.co/bvlD0HhcSU via me and @MaggieNYT
— Annie Karni (@anniekarni) August 30, 2019
The Times said that the administration has labeled Westerhout a “separated employee” and will not allow her back into the White House. Westerhout was born in California and worked previously as an intern on the 2012 presidential campaign for Mitt Romney.
The 28-year-old had unprecedented access to Trump and served as his gatekeeper.
In February, when Trump’s personal schedule was leaked, she took to Twitter to call it a ‘disgraceful breach of trust’.
At the time, Westerhout, who was also the Director of Oval Office Operations defended the president against a report that revealed Trump spent 60 percent of the last three months in ‘executive time’.
Then-White House press secretary Sarah Sanders explained that Trump’s ‘executive’ or unstructured time, was spent ‘in scheduled meetings, events, and calls,’ adding that ‘there is time to allow for a more creative environment that has helped make him the most productive President in modern history.’
— Madeleine Westerhout (@madwest45) July 20, 2017
Some questioned her loyalty to the president after a recent book about the White House reported that she cried in anguish in 2016 when the election results rolled in.
In 2016, she worked as a “greeter girl” for visitors to the Trump Tower during the transition period after the election.
Of course, you know exactly Democrats are going to target her next to try and dig up dirt on Trump. I’m sure they are hoping she turn on Trump like Scaramucci.