To Madeleine Westerhout: Nothing Is Off The Record

Madeleine Westerhout fired.

Madeleine Westerhout, the president’s longtime personal assistant, was forced to leave her post after making improper “off-record” comments about the President’s family.

It was reported that Madeleine Westerhout abruptly left her White House post on Thursday as President Trump’s personal assistant, but was later explained that in fact, she was fired after bragging to journalists that she had a better relationship with Trump than his daughters, Ivanka and Tiffany.

Stressing her importance as a part of the President’s staff probably wouldn’t cost her a job, but for some reason, she didn’t stop there and added a couple of sentences about the President and his youngest daughter Tiffany.

Madeleine said that Donald Trump doesn’t like being photographed with his youngest daughter, because he sees her as overweight and, Madeleine added, that he couldn’t pick Tiffany out of a crowd, suggesting that he doesn’t consider her to be a full member of Trump family. No wonder he didn’t like it.

So, Madeleine Westerhout is out, and I think it would be smart on her part to keep a low profile for a while. Writing a tell-all book is not advisable.

President Trump has posted one of those full-hearted advice: Stop babbling, and we will leave you alone. Which I think is proper in this kind of situation.

Last thought

It puzzles me that there still are people up there, who think that one can say something “off the record.” Most of those great quotes from the past, we like to repeat today, were statements told off the record. So, ladies and gents, if you don’t want to be caught saying something stupid, take my friendly advice: Shut up! SHUT THE HELL UP!

Blessed is the man who, having nothing to say, abstains from giving us wordy evidence of the fact.

George Eliot

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