"You are talking about this cultural culture of casual dishonesty at the White House, so you were, as press secretary, even if you weren't getting briefings, enabling that culture, weren't you?" Stephanopoulos asked Grisham on Good Morning America Monday morning. Grisham, whose new tell-all book "I'll Take Your Questions Now" is out this week, responded, "Yes, I was. And I've reflected on that and I regret that. Especially now when watching him, and so many people, push the false election narrative. I now want to, in whatever way I can, educate the public about the behaviors within the White House because it does look like he's going to try to run in 2024." Stephanopoulos challenged Grisham, who served nearly the entire four-year term in the Trump White House before resigning after the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol, asking, "but you stayed until the final two weeks ... what took you so long?" MORE: Grisham leaving as White House press secretary after holding no formal briefings "Yes, that's a fair question and it's a complicated question," Grisham responded, adding that she was at first drawn to Trump's ability to attract large crowds and his support among Republicans. But she said that when she joined the West Wing, she "started to see what it sneak a peek at these guys was really like and I regretted that decision immediately." The former president has forcefully responded to the latest tell-all book by a former close ally, with Melania Trump's office saying in a statement, "The author is desperately trying to rehabilitate her tarnished reputation by manipulating and distorting the truth about Mrs. Trump.


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Both matches will stream live on CUSA.tv. The Monarchs return home following a two-match split at Marshall last weekend. ODU won the first match in five sets last Friday before nearly coming back from a 2-0 deficit in a 3-2 loss the next day. matched her own program record for single-match kills with 24 in Friday's win. The graduate student from Massa, Italy notched a season-best attack percentage of .452 and added 13 digs for her second double-double of the year. Sgherza was one of four Monarchs with double-figure kills on Friday. (1.04, ninth) both rank inside the top-10 in the conference in blocks per set. Additionally, Duncan ranks fifth in the league and 65th nationally in hitting percentage (.360).  The Panthers come to Norfolk following a split with Sunshine State rival Florida Atlantic. The Panthers lost 3-0 in the first match before winning by that exact margin in the second match. FIU had 15 blocks in Saturday's win and held FAU to a .000 hitting percentage. Jade Sadeiko and Yaniris Miller-Green had six block assists apiece on Saturday.


Judge refuses to toss weapons charge against Rittenhouse By MICHAEL TARM and TODD RICHMOND - Associated Press MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A judge has declined to dismiss a weapons charge against an Illinois man accused of shooting three people during a protest against police brutality in Wisconsin last year. Prosecutors charged Kyle Rittenhouse with homicide and other crimes, including being a minor in possession of a firearm, after he killed two men and wounded a third during the August 2020 protest in Kenosha. Rittenhouse was 17 at the time and has said he acted in self-defense. His attorneys on Tuesday asked Judge Bruce Schroeder to throw out the firearm charge, arguing that it only applies if the minor is carrying a short-barreled rifle. Rittenhouse used an AR-style semiautomatic rifle. Schroeder refused to dismiss the charge but said he might reconsider. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.


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