Tweets Gone Wild! Trump's  Ex-Comms Director Spills The Beans On Her Futile Job Struggles

A newly released interview transcript held by the House Select Committee concerning the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol has revealed some interesting things about what it was like working for former president Donald Trump.

Particularly concerning his problems with compulsive tweeting. 

Alyssa Farah Griffin, Trump's former communications director, detailed in the interview that no matter what plans she had, all of them would be derailed by whatever Trump tweeted.  

According to the transcript, Griffin explains that her role as Trump’s communication director was “not something that really effectively existed.” 

She explains that the role was a challenge and quickly resigned in December 2020 after just 8 months of working as the former president’s communication director.