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Trump's former assistant gives first TV interview since firing: 'I take full responsibility'

Trump's former assistant gives first TV interview since firing: 'I take full responsibility'

President Trump's former executive assistant spoke to "Fox & Friends" in her first on-camera interview about a "lapse in judgment" that got her fired in Aug. 2019 and a shocking personal detail she told the president just days ago.

Madeleine Westerhout, former director of Oval Office Operations, told host Steve Doocy about the "bad night" in which she made comments Trump described as "hurtful."

"I absolutely did not vote for Hillary Clinton," she added, "but, in 2016, you know, I had never met the president and everything I knew about him I based off what the mainstream media told me, and it wasn't until I got to know him and know his character that I realized how wrong I had been."

"Every interaction I have seen and had with him has just been showing ... how much President Trump respects women."

Days after the firing, Trump tweeted that he "forgave" Westerhout and called her "a very good person," adding "I love Tiffany, doing great!"

Source: www.foxnews.com
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