Donald and Melania Trump are petty people, if you believe they are not then you haven’t been heeded to this issue. Donald Trump, the ex-president explained that trait daily, and his wife exhibited a shallow behavior.
Moreover, Trump and his wife both sent White House attendants home for the day to leave the new first family to resist for themselves upon incoming the sites, according to what several informed sources told the National Journal. People are certain that Biden can take care of his ushers after seeing one more glimpse of Trump’s flawed character.
“The Trumps sent the butlers home when they left so there would be no one to help the Bidens when they arrived,” a well-placed official not associated with the incoming Biden team told the outlet. “So petty.”
Another source revealed that Journal that chief usher Timothy Harleth, a former policymaker of Trump Hotels was hired by Melania Trump, was summarily fired by the Trumps before they left not by the Bidens, as has been reported.
“Harleth was shown the door before the Bidens reached the door at the North Portico on Wednesday afternoon for their first official entrance as president and first lady,” the Journal reports.
“Video of their arrival showed them waving to photographers and hugging for the cameras for more than a minute—longer than typical presidential photo ops—before approaching the entrance with their family. The heavy doors swung open from within about 15 seconds later.”
“It’s a big protocol breach for the president to ever stand in front of a closed-door at the White House,” a veteran White House social expert told the outlet.Former President Trump and his wife procrastinated the transition meeting for weeks and he also refused to meet Biden. We are well- aware of the Trump family’s bad intentions.
And following the violent insurrection that the former president encouraged, Trump forced America to send troops to America to promote democracy in America. It doesn’t usually work that way, but here we are. We’ve come full circle. And all because of Trump’s pettiness.