White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham has turned the tables on left-wing celebrity authors, Stephen King and Don Winslow, when the two authors offered a $200G “strings attached” charity offer to the press office.
Grisham was ready with a reply Thursday after the pair offered to donate a total of $200,000 to a children’s charity if Grisham agreed to hold a press briefing, ending a drought of nearly 10 months.
“If you have $200,000 to play with,” Grisham answered, via an interview with CNN, “why not just help children because it’s a good thing to do?” Adding that “Donations to charity should never come with strings attached…”
Winslow and King, both well-known for their anti-Trump sentiments, tweeted last week that they would each kick in $100,000 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, in Grisham’s name, if she would hold a one-hour meeting in the White House briefing room.
“And all you have to do is YOUR DAMN JOB!” King scolded.
Winslow was quick to react after Grisham gave her answer.
“First, we both regularly donate to charity,” he tweeted. “Second, why do all Trump officials refuse to answer the most basic questions they are asked? Stop evading, Stephanie. Let’s try again: Why have you not held any White House press briefings for over 300 days? What are you afraid of?”
Grisham took over as White House press secretary when Sarah Sanders departed in June — but unlike Sanders, Grisham has not held any formal media briefings.
The administration has set a record for the longest period without a White House press briefing, which last occurred March 11 while Sanders was still in the position.
President Trump often holds informal press pools with reporters on the White House lawn. He also takes questions during other White House events.
In September, Grisham told Fox News that the briefings had become “a lot of theater,” claiming that some reporters were trying to use them to “get famous.”
She further concluded that President Trump is “his own best spokesperson.”
2 thoughts on “Trump’s Press Secretary Schools Stephen King and Don Winslow About Charity”
For 35 years, I’ve run charity for kids, It is against the 501(c)3 rules to ask for favors, To all my donors, My charity’s Thank you letter states and I quote ” No goods or services, in whole or in part, were provided in consideration of your contribution.
King & Winslow live a make-believe world anyhow! They make up what they wish to believe! Leave them to their fantasies & fiction, for they are no one of importance in the real world!