(Watch) Former Trump Staffer Says His Supporters ‘have been taken for fools’
During his time in politics, Donald Trump has required all of his staffers to sign non-disclosure agreements. The NDA’s he asked all of his workers to sign go well beyond the requests typically made in an agreement.
Former Trump aide, Jessica Denson, filed a claim to have her agreement voided so that she can speak out. This morning, she appeared on CNN’s New Day and slammed her former employer.
Denson told host Alysin Camerota, “These NDAs are extremely dangerous. I think that we are in a very dangerous time in our country and I think we need all hands on deck to confront the oppression and the lies that are coming out of [the man] who is supposed to be the leader of the free world.”
According to Denson’s lawyer, her NDA read in part:
“During the term of your service and at all times thereafter you hereby promise and agree not to demean or disparage publicly the Company, Mr. Trump, any Trump Company, any Family Member, or any Family Member Company or any asset any of the foregoing own, or product or service any of the foregoing offer, in each case by or in any of the Restricted Means and Contexts and to prevent your employees from doing so.”
Denson noted that she feels worse for those who still support the president. “I think the supporters of this campaign should be among the most outraged, that they have been taken for fools and used. These NDAs say that someone who signed them will have a lifetime of allegiance to everything related to Trump. That if they dare to do anything but praise and be a sycophant for this president, that their very livelihood will be threatened. This is un-American, this is unconstitutional.”
You can watch the interview here: