Grisham said that Trump's continued election grievances have only served to take advantage of the people who have looked to him for leadership.
"It's the equivalent of a 'Dear John' letter for the workplace," Grisham wrote in her new memoir.
"If people say they don't love the powerful feeling in there, they're lying," Grisham told New York Magazine. "It's kind of gross."
Grisham's own tell-all book, which includes several allegations about Melania Trump, came out on Tuesday.
At the time, Trump claimed that he lowered the flag "without hesitation or complaint," but a former administration staffer disputed his account.
Trump's former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said she "probably wasn't" honest and that she "regrets" it.
In the memoir, Grisham lumps in Graham with "hangers-on" who sought to be a part of Trump's orbit, calling him out for trying to score "freebies."
"If I had quit earlier, where would I have gone?" Grisham reportedly wrote in the memoir of leaving the White House. "The Trumps were all I had."
"In my eyes and the eyes of others who had stayed to deal with all of the craziness, Hope had taken the easy way out," the former White House press secretary said of Hicks' departure for Fox.
Despite being in the same political party, McConnell told his staff that the President Trump's actions could often lead to stressful predicaments.
During a June conversation with former President Donald Trump, Graham emphasized the importance of the GOP taking back control of Congress in 2022.
Despite the charm offensive between Trump and Kim, the former president made several less-than-flattering comments about the leader while in office.
"If our party wants a future where it can win majorities, it needs ideas and policies that can capture the hearts and minds of a majority," he said.
"People wanted to rip my head off. Friends disappeared or became rabid enemies overnight," Lieutenant Gov. Geoff Duncan said in a new book.
"There is something right about owning your past, of saying up front you were wrong and are sorry for what you did," Sanford said of his conduct.
Barr told the AP in an interview last year that the DOJ had "not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election."
Christie was candid with Trump about the realities of running for reelection, when voters are looking for a fresh message from political candidates.