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Melania Knew About January 6 Capitol Riot Early and Refused To Condemn It, Says Former First Lady’s Chief of Staff

Melania knew a lot about this and many other matters.

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Radar Online

Former First Lady Melania Trump allegedly knew about the January 6th riot against the U.S. Capitol building earlier than previously believed.

Donald’s wife also reportedly refused to make an official statement denouncing the insurrection minutes after her husband’s supporters broke into the Capitol.

According to the Daily Mail, Melania Trump’s former Chief of Staff Stephanie Grisham is expected to release her tell-all bombshell book titled I’ll Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw in The Trump White House this October.

The outlet reported Monday that the book alleges how Melania Trump was alerted to the riots unfolding at the Capitol on January 6th more than an hour before Former President Donald Trump tweeted encouragement to those rioting at the US Capitol.

Grisham also reportedly wrote how she asked the former First Lady if she wanted to make a statement denouncing the violence at the Capitol, but Melania said she did not want to.


“Do you want to tweet that peaceful protests are the right of every American, but there is no place for lawlessness and violence?” Grisham says she asked the then First Lady on the day of the rights.

“No,” Melania reportedly replied to Grisham a minute later.

But although, according to Grisham’s account of events, Melania did not denounce the violence on the Capitol that day, she did finally release a statement condemning the riots five days later.


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“I implore people to stop the violence, never make assumptions based on the color of a person’s skin or use differing political ideologies as a basis for aggression and viciousness,” Melania wrote on January 11th.

The fact that Melania may have known about the attacks to the U.S. Capitol earlier than thought is not the only bombshell piece of information expected to be included in Grisham’s upcoming book. A source has reportedly told the Daily Mail how Grisham “knows where all the skeletons” in the Trump White House are, and that many of those skeletons are going to revealed when the book is published on October 5th.

“She is going for it, telling her truth, and letting the chips fall where they may,” the source close to Grisham’s book told the Daily Mail. “She knows all the skeletons that are in various closets and she’s opening doors. But she also has been warned that the Trumps are going to strike back hard.”

Once Melania’s office found out about her former Chief of Staff’s upcoming book, and the contents therein, they reportedly reached out to make a statement against the former employee.

“The intent behind this book is obvious. It is an attempt to redeem herself after a poor performance as press secretary, failed personal relationships, and unprofessional behavior in the White House,” Melania’s office wrote in the statement. “Through mistruth and betrayal, she seeks to gain relevance and money at the expense of Mrs. Trump.”



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Girls Will Be Girls

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The Acquired Taste: Girls Will Be Girls

Anyone watching Everyone’s Talking About Jamie this weekend and craving a bit more drag, look no further than this very campy, very weird comedy from back in 2003. Girls Will Be Girls borrows from 1950s melodrama and 1960s schlock to tell the tongue-in-cheek story of Evie (Jack Plotnick), an aging Z-Grade “celebrity” known for her low rent TV appearances. Miraculously, she can afford a home in Los Angeles with Coco (Clinton Leupp), an old maid and one of Evie’s last friends. The arrival of Varla (Jeffery Roberson), a new roommate, sends Evie into a tailspin as she fears her career may be over, as Varla’s youth, looks and idealism set her off on a trajectory to become a Hollywood star.

If the names of the queens sound familiar, there’s a good reason why: Plotnick, Leupp and Roberson are often better known as their stage drag personas: Evie Harris, Coco Peru and Varla Jean Merman. Here, they bring their wacky, bitchy brand of humor to the screen with the same level of gusto and commitment. We chalk that up to a simple fact: all three are more than drag performers–they’re real actors. That holds especially true of Plotnick, whose long filmography speaks for itself, and who approaches Evie as a real character rather than a schticky affectation. For all her absurdity, Plotnick treats Evie as a real person rather than a caricature.

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We admit that the high-camp and often crude humor of Girls Will Be Girls probably isn’t for everyone. That aside, Plotnick, Roberson and Leupp work as hard as any actors we can think of, and with a supporting cast that includes Sam Pancake, comedian Dana Gould and a pre-Modern Family Eric StonestreetGirls Will Be Girls has plenty of talent on display. For those that can get on board with its brand of camp and nostalgia, watching should be anything but a drag.

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Max Harwood had little drag experience before Everybody’s Talking About Jamie role

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BANG Showbiz English
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Max Harwood had limited experience of drag before starring in ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’.

The 24-year-old actor plays the lead role in the film adaptation of the hit stage musical of the same name as teenager Jamie New, who becomes the drag queen Mimi Me, and was excited about being transformed into a drag artist.

Asked if he had attempted to drag before taking on the part, Max said: “Not really. I dressed up as a kid; my sister and I would perform ‘Grease’ for the family, and I would swap roles so I could play Rizzo.

“But I’m a huge fan of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’. I was incredibly excited to have a makeup artist put me in drag.”

Max revealed that he studied YouTube videos so he can perfect his costume for the movie, which also features Richard E. Grant and Sharon Horgan.

He told Variety: “I followed YouTube videos when you learn things like how to glue down your eyebrows. Honestly, some of the things I put on my face were really questionable and awful. But I’ve gotten better. I can actually do an OK drag face for myself, so I’m super proud of that.”

Max explained that it was very difficult to learn how to walk in high heels and how the technique required hours spent practicing with a coach.

He said: “It was really hard! And I’d done ballet, so my feet were quite strong. I worked with an amazing heels coach named Shawn Niles, and we spent hours in the dance studio just walking around, playing Whitney Houston, learning about hip placement and strengthening ankles and things like that.”

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