Former president Trump had an aide play 'Memory' from 'Cats' to prevent rage
Stephanie Grisham, one of former president Trump's White House press secretaries and communications directors, said that Trump's temper was scary. She has written a book about her experiences telling all. She says that when Trump descended into turmoil and near rage, his staff used to summon and aide who was nicknamed the 'Music Man' to play songs from musicals to help calm him down. And apparently a favourite was Memory from the Broadway musical Cats.
|The former president is facing accusations he encouraged violence against counter protesters (Image: SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)|
Further, another ex-aide, Cassidy Hutchinson has gone into staggering detail to the House select committee hearing on Tuesday about Trump's character which she described as 'unhinged'. She claims that he was often wildly out of control.
The committee is investigating the invasion on Capitol Hill by Trump's followers which he allegedly supported and encouraged in order to try and overturn Biden's election victory.
The New Yorker identified the Music Man as Max Miller. He is a former boyfriend of Stephanie Grisham and also a former aide. He is now a Republican candidate for Congress in Ohio.
The New Yorker Journalist, Adam Gopnik wrote that because Trump needed to be calmed down by a Broadway musical it degraded the office of the presidency "and of a great American institution".
It appears that Trump's character has been trashed at this committee investigation hearing.