Trump's Fired Assistant Madeleine Westerhout on Tiffany Trump
Madeleine Westerhout was President Trump's gatekeeper and personal assistant for more than two years. Now she's sharing her story about being pushed out of the White House for making comments about his daughter Tiffany. Now she's saying she wishes she never said the president didn't like to take photos with his youngest daughter because of her weight. Her comments made it back to the president and she was asked to resign. Westerhout has authored a new book about the ordeal.
Tiffany Trump praised her father as "the only person to challenge the establishment" during his presidency during her speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention. The former US President, Barack Obama has launched a scathing attack on Donald Trump, accusing him of running the Oval Office as if it was a "reality game show".
Mr Obama was speaking at the Democratic National Convention, where Joe Biden is being anointed as the party's Presidential nominee.
Meanwhile Mr Trump's former strategist Steve Bannon has been arrested and charged with fraud.
Clive Myrie presents BBC News at Ten reporting by north America editor Jon Sopel in Delaware. Tiffany Trump, President Donald Trump's daughter, speaks at the Republican National Convention. (Courtesy: RNC) Joe Biden on President Trump's interview with Bob Woodward on COVID-19: "He knew and purposely played it down. Worse, he lied to the American people. He knowingly and willingly lied about the threat it posed to the country for months."