Westerhout became emotional discussing time in White House, says Trump treated unfairly

Madeleine Westerhout, who previously served as former President Donald Trump's personal secretary in the White House, was brought to tears Thursday as she described her experience in the administration.

The emotion came as Westerhout outlined the former president's relationship with his wife, Melania Trump.

Westerhout said the couple's relationship was one of mutual respect and that they laughed often when they were in the oval office.

Westerhout said Melania would sometimes text Trump, reminding him that it was past dinner time and asking when her husband was coming home.

Though she recognized Trump was her boss, Westerhout insisted Melania “definitely runs the show."

Getting emotional as she reflected on her time in the White House under Trump, Westerhout said she has "grown so much” and said she really respects Trump and thinks that he’s been treated unfairly.

The emotion continued as Westerhout discussed the book she wrote — "My Dream Job at the White House, Why I Lost It and What I learned."

She said it was important to write the book to show people the man she got to know. She said she wanted to tell that story and reiterated that she believes he’s not been treated fairly.

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