Hey, remember Katrina Pierson?
During the primary and the election, she was a constant fixture on television news programs, stumping for Trump.
After the election, she joined a pro-Trump group called America First Policies, but as for becoming a part of the Trump inner circle, it just didn’t happen.
One Trump campaign source now tells Washingtonian that there’s a good reason for this — namely, Pierson was denied a position at the White House press office because she was incredibly bitter that the president chose Sean Spicer to be his press secretary.
“I love Katrina, but she was b*tching to everyone that they should have chosen her and not Sean,” the official told Washingtonian. “It got back to Jared [Kushner] and Reince [Priebus]. And they ultimately decided they just didn’t want to deal with that sort of drama.”
Contentious women. Geez.
Apparently, Pierson overestimated her value to the team.
Pierson’s surrogate work made her the repeated butt of jokes during the 2016 campaign, as she regularly made fantastical claims with no evidence to back them up.
That’s kind of hard to believe, that there was actually a time where they cared about that.
Pierson, in fact, spewed a series of ridiculous and unfounded things during the primaries, which makes her qualified to run for the presidency in 2020.