"I believe if he is elected again, it will be a really scary time," said the former White House press secretary about Donald Trump.
Stephanie Grisham, the former White House press secretary, told ABC Trump would be unleashed after 2024.
Miller's attorney claimed that Grisham made "false allegations against him in retaliation for him breaking her heart by ending their relationship."
Grisham said the couple saw themselves as a "shadow president and first lady" during Trump's presidency.
Grisham warned that if Trump were to win in 2024, "He will be about revenge. He will probably have some pretty draconian policies that go on."
The former White House press secretary describes how Trump acted around Vladimir Putin and how his administration forged a culture of lying in her memoir "I'll Take Your Questions Now."
A White House "Music Man" would reportedly play Trump the song "Memory" to sooth him during moments of rage.
Stephanie Grisham writes that the former first lady refused to condemn the violence at the U.S. Capitol on January 6.
Grisham served as a press secretary and communications director for President Trump before joining the first lady's staff.
Melania Trump dismisses her former friend's secret recordings as "delusional and malicious gossip" in a tweet on Thursday.
Grisham will be returning to the East Wing to serve as First Lady Melania Trump's chief of staff.
The White House drew baffled responses from health officials, doctors and critics of President Donald Trump alike on Monday after releasing a list of tweets offering gushing praise of the administration's response to the coronavirus.
In an appearance on Fox News Monday, White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said President Donald Trump "stands with the very brave Iranian people who are protesting their leadership," and that Democrats are "almost taking the side of terrorists."
"Fox & Friends" host Ainsley Earhardt said Americans only want to "hear from the boss" as she joined President Donald Trump's campaign manager in applauding the end of "grandstanding" at White House press briefings.
As members of the House prepare for their final vote on the impeachment of President Trump, the president has claimed that Democrats are putting pressure on their colleagues to vote yes, while Speaker Nancy Pelosi urges her colleagues to "join me on the Floor" Wednesday for the vote.
The first lady's spokesperson said Friday that Barron Trump is "a 13-year-old who wants and deserves privacy," not an activist.
White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham has claimed that former National Security Advisor John Bolton may not understand "how Twitter works" due to his "advanced age," and is mistaken about his claim that the White House froze him out of his account.
Michelle Obama's press secretary countered Stephanie Grisham's claim that former Obama staffers aides left nasty "you will fail" notes throughout the White House offices.
Stephanie Grisham rebuked those who suggested President Donald Trump's unscheduled visit to Walter Reed National Medical Center was not routine.
Grisham has granted interviews to Fox News, Sinclair Broadcasting Group and One America News network, all conservative-leaning networks.
The mock-up video was played at a conference at the president's Miami resort and is widely circulating on social media.
"They're writing books now. I mean, they're all getting famous off of this presidency," Stephanie Grisham complained.
The clash, which was partially recorded on audio and video, took place moments after Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to cross the DMZ into North Korea.
Sanders, who announced her resignation earlier this month, has been replaced by Stephanie Grisham, a former spokeswoman for first lady Melania Trump.
"I mean, she's got incredible numbers in this country, I mean, her percentages when she polls, isn't she like 70 percent or something?" Jeanine Pirro said.
"Mrs. Trump wants to ensure her guests have a special evening," the first lady's spokeswoman said.
"If this 'insider' exists, they should give their name," Melania Trump's spokeswoman noted.
"Ms. Grisham likely engaged in political activity prohibited by law," the watchdog group states in a letter demanding an investigation.
Social media users also mocked the first lady and "Be Best" for what they deemed to be bad grammar.