No Respect For Classified Information': Former Aide Bashes How Trump Shared Documents

Stephanie Grisham, a former White House press secretary and chief of staff to Melania Trump, has accused her former boss of having "no respect for classified information"

 after it was revealed that he had stored,shown off, and refused to return classified documents after leaving office.

In an interview with The Washington Post, Grisham said that Trump would often show off classified documents to guests at Mar-a-Lago, his Florida resort, 

and that he would often leave them lying around where anyone could see them. She also said that Trump would sometimes read classified documents out loud at meetings, 

Grisham's comments come after the Justice Department indicted Trump on charges of willfully retaining classified documents after leaving office. 

The indictment alleges that Trump stored more than 300 classified documents at Mar-a-Lago, including some that were marked "TOP SECRET."

Trump has denied any wrongdoing, and his lawyers have said that he was within his rights to retain the documents.

However, Grisham's comments suggest that Trump may have been more careless with classified information than he has acknowledged.

Grisham's comments are the latest in a series of allegations that Trump has mishandled classified information. 

In 2017, Trump was criticized for sharing classified information with Russian officials during a meeting in the Oval Office.

 And in 2019, Trump was accused of tweeting a classified photo of an Iranian launchpad.

The allegations against Trump have raised concerns about his ability to handle classified information.