The Washington Post has recently been dropping some pretty alarming details about President Donald Trump’s personal life, habits, and behavior.
But this recent story which included the account of his ugly and belittling outburst on his father-in-law pretty much bolts to the top of the list.
According to The Post, Trump actually scolded his father-in-law, Melania’s father, for wearing his beloved baseball cap while they played a round of golf. Trump even went so far as to kick him off the course in a humiliating public scene, The Post says.
Sandra Diaz and Victorina Morales, two undocumented immigrants, worked as personal maids to President Trump at his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, and gave a crucial interview to The Washington Post about the goings-on behind the scenes there.
According to the story in the Post, in 2013, Melania Trump’s father, Viktor Knavs, was playing a round of golf while wearing one of Donald Trump’s now-famous red baseball caps. Diaz and Morales, however, were quick to point out THIS particular one had been discarded by the President himself which made his tantrum even more unbelievable.
The Post said:
“When Trump spotted him on the fairway, he blew up, and he ordered his father-in-law, in front of other golfers, to remove the hat and get off the course.”
According to the two housekeepers’ story in the Post: “Diaz and Morales were in the villa when Knavs returned, threw the hat on the ground and cursed Trump.” Diaz added this crucial instruction, “Nobody could wear the red hat but [Trump].”
Morales described the incident with Melania’s father further, “The whole world saw what Trump had done to his father-in-law… [Knavs] was very embarrassed.”
Once again, White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham came to Trump’s defense: “The assertions made for this story are not only false, they are a disgusting attempt at invading the privacy of the First Family.”
Diaz and Morales have said repeatedly that their reasons for exposing the President’s behavior were simply to expose his hypocrisy.
Diaz told The Washington Post, “How can you know something so big, how someone — who goes on national television and says something — and you know it’s not true.” She added, “Whether it’s the president or not, you have the responsibility to say no. To pass through this barrier of fear and say no.”
The Post went on to report about Trump’s properties and how much they have depended on the labor of undocumented immigrants to keep them operating at peak performance.
The Post interviewed 48 people who have previously worked illegally at 11 properties in total for the Trump Organization all across Florida, Virginia, New Jersey, and New York.