Wednesday, June 19, 2024

New Details Shed Light on Plan to Stop Trump

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A group of former officials is getting together with one mission in mind: keep their old boss from becoming president again.

Those involved in the endeavor include former White House Press Secretary and ex-White House Director of Communications .

Watch Grisham announce the news on :

POLITICO has more on their efforts:

The meeting of the group, announced by former White House press secretary and chief of staff to the first lady Stephanie Grisham, is scheduled for next week where they will discuss how to “try and stop” former President and the “kind of violence and rhetoric that has been talked about and continues to divide our country.” In an interview with CNN on the morning of Jan. 6, Grisham said about 15 former Trump administration officials — some she said, who ranked higher than her — have held informal discussions and plan to meet in person.

“I think that there were a few of us who, again, have been sitting back watching him continue to manipulate and spread this big lie and continue to harm our country,” Grisham told CNN. “And [we] started some informal chats and then started throwing around ideas of what we could do, how we could formalize it.”

While Grisham did not name members of the group, three people familiar with the matter said former Department of Homeland Security chief of staff Miles Taylor, who was revealed to be the author of “Anonymous”; former national security official Olivia Troye; and Trump's one-time, short-lived communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, are involved. None offered additional details on the group, but an invitation was sent out to other former officials to participate as well. Grisham said next week's meeting will be both in person and via Zoom.

“I just think that it will be important for people in this country who are still supporting him to hear from people who actually worked with him day in, day out, worked with a lot of people in his inner circle. We're not going to just talk about the former presiden