Melania Trump’s former confidant insists she has a “huge collection” of footage and documents to support the flattering allegations about Trump’s White House made in her all-telling memoir after the Justice Department filed a lawsuit over her book.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff claimed that the funds earmarked for the installation of Donald Trump had been misused and cited Trump’s family tensions in his 2020 edition. Melania and I..
The former Fashion Her colleague, who was fired in February 2018 for her first lady’s advisory role, says the claims are based on Melania Trump’s earnings and secret recordings.
In an arguably unprecedented move, the DOJ sued the former volunteer consultant, claiming in a 16-page lawsuit that it had breached the disclosure agreement.
However, the lawsuits initiated by Trump have now been scratched in a new-sided Monday petition under the new Biden administration. The DOJ later told Politico that the lawsuit “serves the interests of the United States based on the facts and the law.”
In response, Wolkoff insisted that the former first lady “open Pandora’s box” with the involvement of the DOJ.
“The vast repository of communication and documentation available to me and shared tells the true story of ‘why’ and ‘how’ contracts were created and terminated and who was involved in them. TRUTH BACKGROUND,” he tweeted on Tuesday.
Newsweek turned to the Ministry of Justice for comments.
So far, only short excerpts from the so-called “Melania Tapes” have been published.
Apparently they can hear Melania: Stormy calls Daniels a “porn whore”; question: “who gives af *** Christmas things and decorations?”; and distancing herself from her husband’s immigration policy.
Winston Wolkoff began making the recordings after he was accused of profiting excessively from the installation of Donald Trump, which cost a record $ 107 million.
Tax returns, first reported The New York Times, showed that the event committee paid $ 26 million to Marina del Rey’s WIS Media Partners.
“A person who knows the company,” he told the newspaper that it was created by Winston Wolkoff, but knowing his role, two of his men said he often referred to Mrs. Trump’s name when he placed orders.
Mandatory Inland Revenue announcements also revealed that designers donated less money to charity than previously published.
Stephanie Grisham, a spokeswoman for Melania Trump, said the first lady did not yet know how the funds were spent by the inaugural planners.
Following the publication of Winston Wolkoff’s memoir, Grisham stated that the book was “not only wildly self-assuring, but simply not true.”