Ex-Melania Trump adviser Stephanie Grisham who knows 'where all the bodies are buried' to release explosive memoir

MELANIA Trump's former adviser Stephanie Grisham is set to release an explosive new memoir, with sources saying she knows "where all the bodies are buried."

Grisham, who also worked as the White House press secretary for Donald Trump, has penned a book of her time working for the first family.

A source told Axios she "has receipts", adding: "Grisham knows where all the bodies are buried because she buried a lot of them herself."

One former West Wing colleague added: "When I heard this, all I could think about was Stephanie surrounded by a lake of gasoline, striking a match with a grin on her face."

They said the book will cause "anxiety" among the Trump family, saying "there isn’t enough water on earth to contain the fire she could set to all of Trump world."


The book, I'll Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw in the Trump White House, will reveal "surprising new scandals", according to one insider.

It is set to be released on October 5 by Harper Collins.

Code names are said to have been used when discussing the book and few details have been released.

Grisham – who has been quiet since her resignation on January 6 – spent time as Melania's chief of staff and Donald's White House press secretary and communications director.

Grisham took over the role of White House Press Secretary in July 2019 but left after never giving a briefing during her nine months in the post.

She then returned to the East Wing to serve as the First Lady's chief of staff.

Grisham had already served as a longtime spokesperson and confidante to Melania.


When Trump brought her on, he told reporters of Grisham: “Stephanie has been with me from the beginning, as most of you know."

"And then over the last couple years she’s worked for the first lady, done a fantastic job. The first lady loves her, thinks she’s been, you know, just incredible. She’s very talented."

"She actually gets along with the media,” the president said of Grisham at the time.

Grisham had been known among White House reporters who covered Trump's 2016 campaign, during which she functioned as a press aide or “wrangler” — the staffer who travels with the media and helps lead journalists where they needed to be for events.

Melania reportedly missed her chance to land the cover of Tatler because then chief of staff Grisham failed to negotiate the deal.

Before joining Trump’s campaign in 2015, Grisham, an Arizona native, worked in Republican politics in her home state as a spokeswoman and communications adviser for elected officials facing scandals.

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