This week, former White House adviser Cassidy Hutchinson revealed in her book “Enough” that Rudy Guiliani groped her during the attacks on the Capitol in Washington on January 6, 2021. This claim was backed up by her former colleague and current The View co-host Alyssa Farrah Griffin.
The move appears to have angered Trump adviser Peter Navarro, who posted several times on X (formerly Twitter): Starting with a tweet that read“Watched Hutchinson suck candy in front of Meadow’s office every day in the West Wing and do NOTHING. Pimping New ‘Book’ Starring White House Loser Alyssa Farah.”
Navarro continued: “Hutchinson sold his soul to J6 Witch Hunt. This is her next 15 minutes of fame. Rudy Giuliani hero, Cassidy trash.”
On Friday, Navarro stepped up his tirade against the women. He posted“Why would White House men — president, vice president, senior adviser — EVER hire a woman after watching the Cassiday pimp?[sic] Hutchinson, Alyssa Farah, Stephanie Grisham, Kayleigh McEnany, Olivia Troye throw mud on Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani et. al. Pimp ladies give real MAGA WOMEN a bad name.”
On Friday evening, Griffin returned fire via Twitter. She explained that she would normally ignore such comments, “but let me say for historical reasons: Navarro was viewed as a liability, a distraction and a sideshow in the West Wing.”
“To put it as politely as possible, he was ‘strategically’ excluded from calendar invites,” she concluded.
Hutchinson also shares on “Enough” that Donald Trump stopped wearing N95 masks during the COVID-19 pandemic because the straps on the masks smeared the bronzer he was wearing. The move had widespread impact across the country as many people stopped wearing masks after Trump’s ban.
She wrote: “The press criticized him for not wearing a mask, not realizing that the depth of his vanity had led him to reject masks – and then millions of his fans followed suit.”
“Enough” will be available in bookstores on Tuesday.