Congressional Investigators Want To Question Trump’s Long-Time Secretary As Part Of Russia Probe: Report
As the Russia investigation gets heated, Congressional investigators are now looking into questioning Donald Trump’s long-time secretary who handles his appointments and communications.
According to ABC News, “Congressional investigators want to question President Donald Trump’s longtime personal secretary as part of their ongoing probe into a controversial meeting between Trump campaign officials and a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton.”
Rhona Graff, who has worked at Trump Tower for nearly 30 years, has acted as a gatekeeper to Trump.
“Since her name is in the email, people will want her to answer questions,” said Rep. Peter King (R-NY), a member of the House Intelligence Committee who knows Graff. “If you go into Trump Tower, you’re going to mention her name.”
Back in 2004 Graff spoke with Estate Weekly and told them, “Everybody knows in order to get through to him they have to go through me, so they are always on their best behavior.”
Graff still remains the point of contact for anyone trying to get in touch with Donald Trump, even now that he works at the White House.