Stephanie Grisham, who worked as former First Lady Melania Trump’s chief of staff, told the Jan. 6 committee that Melania used to worry that Trump staffers, including Rudy Giuliani, would walk in on her while she was only wearing a robe.
According to reports, Grisham said that Melania grew “very upset” when Trump staffers entered the White House’s residential areas without warning.
“She hated when people would come to the residence,” Grisham said in testimony from May, according to a transcript that was released Thursday.
“That was her home, she wanted privacy. So I do recall, towards the end, her telling me that there were constantly meetings happening in the Yellow Oval, which is the room up in the residence, with various people,” Grisham said.
“And she was very upset because nobody would give her a heads-up and was she walking around in a robe, that type of thing. But she never gave me specific names other than Sidney Powell, Giuliani and campaign people. Those were her words.”
She went on to say that “Mrs. Trump always wanted to be warned before people were coming into her house.”