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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO. Stephanie Grisham is the former White House Press secretary under President Donald Trump and arrives to the O’Neill House building for a meeting with the Select Committee on Investigating the attack on U.S. Capitol.

WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Stephanie Grisham is a former White House aide and a loyalist who now strongly criticizes President Donald Trump. She said Thursday that she plans to meet next week with Trump staffers in order to talk about working against Trump during the next round.

Interviews with CNN, Reuters and other media outlets revealed that Grisham is compiling a group of 15 ex-Trump White House staff. She said that they include Olivia Troye (a former National Security aide to Vice President Mike Pence) and Anthony Scaramucci (a New York-based businessman who briefly served as Trump’s Communications Director).

It is not clear what influence this group might have. Trump has chosen a group of Republican loyalists to support him in the November 2022 congressional election. Trump also considers a run for the White House in 2024.

More than half of Republicans believe the election was “stolen” from Trump, despite the lack of any evidence, Reuters polling shows

CNN spokeswoman Grisham said that she could tell CNN that former Trump staff will be coming together next week. Also, officials from the administration will also attend.

Grisham testified on Wednesday night before the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Her testimony was not detailed.

On the night of January 6, 2021, Melania Trump fired Melania Grisham from her position as chief of staff. This was in response to Trump’s refusal of working to end the Capitol protests. For a year, she was also White House Press Secretary.

Grisham claimed that, even if Trump was not indicted for criminal offenses, the committee would “show you what, irrefutable proof” that he was responsible.

Grisham wrote a story-all book in 2016 that criticized Trump, his entourage and entitled “I’ll take Your Questions Now”: What I saw at Trump White House.

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