Press secretary says it is ‘dangerous for the country’ to question whether she's putting out honest info
Press secretary Stephanie Grisham on Saturday argued it was “dangerous for the country” for anyone to challenge the veracity of her claims.
Grisham made her argument after President Donald Trump went to Walter Reed Hospital for an unannounced doctor’s visit, resulting in a great deal of speculation.
Following the visit, Grisham claimed Trump was “healthy” and “without complaints” — a claim many found unlikely as the president has spent a good deal of time as president airing his many grievances.
“Further speculation beyond the extensive & honest info I put out is wholly irresponsible & dangerous for the country,” Grisham argued.
Here is some of the speculation that may have raised Grisham’s ire:
“Without complaints?” Can you remember a day that went by without Trump havin’ a complaint? https://t.co/I8gAvlnUrQ— Tea Pain (@Tea Pain) 1573946547
This does not add up; the White House Medical Unit has very comprehensive facilities at the White House complex tha… https://t.co/nrp6qRAdYv— Jonathan Wackrow (@Jonathan Wackrow) 1573948715
Now @NoahGrayCNN reports: Trump's trip to Walter Reed "was not on his schedule as of Friday, a source familiar with… https://t.co/wfMhibq6OS— Brian Stelter (@Brian Stelter) 1573954422
Trump rushed to Walter Reed and it doesn't even trend. Most loved president my ass!— Barney's Nose (@Barney's Nose) 1573948547
Well this gets curiouser & curiouser..🤔🤔🤔 Let's show Trump the same empathy he showed Senator Sanders. None & the… https://t.co/IudcirCf2R— Bimmerella🇺🇲🇺🇦 (@Bimmerella🇺🇲🇺🇦) 1573961364
I'm not saying Trump's visit to Walter Reed is suspicious, but members of his cabinet are in the War Room right now… https://t.co/5ZJGh1BDrS— Nick Jack Pappas (@Nick Jack Pappas) 1573954017