Move over Linda Tripp. We have a new Worst Fake Friend Ever, and her name is Stephanie Winston Wolkoff.
When Winston Wolkoff appeared on “The View” Wednesday to discuss her new book, “Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship With the First Lady,” McCain immediately accused her of being unethical in her dealings with her former friend.
“You recently revealed you secretly recorded your conversations with Melania,” McCain said before adding, “I don’t like tell-all books like this. I think they’re in bad taste, and generally, I think secretly recording your friend and selling [the] contents for profit certainly ups the ante, and seems not only unethical but just gross.”
McCain also questioned Winston Wolkoff’s motives for publishing her book. “The first lady’s office says you’re, quote, just out for revenge. … Can you honestly just sit here and tell me that’s not true?”
Winston Wolkoff thanked McCain for the question, saying it gave her the opportunity to clear up misconceptions about her motives. “I did not write this book for money; I did not take any advance for this,” she said. “This was for me to be able to tell the true story and not be anonymous anymore. I’m on the record.”
Winston Wolkoff was in charge of President Trump’s 2017 inauguration, which cost a record $107 million and has come under fire for inflated billings. She said she starting recording the first lady after the White House accused her of profiting excessively from the event.
“All the stories that crushed me, burned me, and the White House propaganda machine made up about me that made headlines around the world, broke me, my integrity; my life literally went into shatters because of exactly what you are talking about,” Winston Wolkoff said.
She then explained that she was no longer friends with Melania by the time she decided to record their conversations.
“I didn’t press record on a friend. I pressed record after I was accused of a crime and I was thrown under the bus and I was told by my friend, ‘I‘m sorry, this is the way it has to be.’ That’s when I pressed record.”
Winston Wolkoff said she had to write the book for both herself and the country.
If you are a Trump basher and you’ve lost Meghan McCain, you are seriously wrong.
Those who commit treachery are called “treachers.” According to Dante, treachery was the worst sin.
The Middle Ages is a very great period as one may find a great number of genuine masterpieces of art that were created at that time. Speaking about the poetry of the Middle Ages, this period is rich in good writers and Dante Alighieri is one of them. Dante is an Italian poet who wrote many breathtaking poems. In some of his works, Dante described Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven. In fact, these depictions made a big impact on Western art. Moreover, in his works, he described his own point of view. However, we are going to discuss the betrayal in two of Dante’s works “Inferno” and “The Arabian Nights”.
Inferno. In fact, “Inferno” is the first part of Dante’s greatest poem “The Divine Comedy”. In this part, the writer describes his journey through the Nine Circles of Hell. While reading “The Divine Comedy”, everyone can see how our soul follows God. The first part shows us the identification and refusal of sin. Each circle demonstrates a variety of sins and shows how people can be punished. The final point after these circles is situated in the center of the Earth. Satan is also there (Durling). Dante goes through all these nine circles and gets to the last one. In accordance with this poem, it is the darkest and the lowest point of Hell. The ninth circle is the place for people who betrayed. They are depicted to be immersed in ice. It is the place for people who returned evil for kindness, love, and good. These people get into the frozen lake.
Look at the bright side. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff won’t have to worry about global warming.