Trump’s Personal Secretary, Rhona Graff, to Be Questioned by Investigators


While it’s difficult to keep track of the four groups investigating President Trump; the House, the Senate, the Special Counsel and the New York Attorney General’s office, leaks continue to slip out indicating just how large the scale and the scope of all four major investigations are. While none of these investigations have sought questioning from the President himself or any of his children, a person who may have more information about the President and his business dealings than anyone else, is now about to be questioned by members of Congress.

Rhona Graff, who has worked at Trump Tower for 30 years and was the personal secretary for Donald Trump for many years, is now expected to undergo questioning related to the June 2016 meeting at Trump tower between Manafort, Trump Jr., Kushner and a prominent Russian attorney, Natalia Veselnitskaya, among others. If you may recall, Graff’s name was mentioned in the now infamous email chain between Donald Trump Jr. and publicist Rob Goldstone, in which the two arranged for the meeting with the Russian attorney.

“Since her name is in the email, people will want her to answer questions,” said Rep. Peter King, R-New York, a member of the House Intelligence Committee. “If you go into Trump Tower, you’re going to mention her name.”

Graff was basically the intermediary between Trump and any associates. In fact, Graff herself claimed that Donald Trump did not use email and any emails he would receive would be first viewed by herself. She would then print the email out if she deemed it important enough for his eyes and give it to her boss. If Trump wanted to reply, he would write a message down and Graff would relay it to the individual via an email response. If there is anyone in the world who knows the inner workings of Trump’s businesses, its Graff.

“We have yet to receive such an inquiry but will, of course, continue to cooperate with any Committee seeking information,” Futerfas told ABC News.

With that said, ABC News has in fact verified with multiple sources that such questioning is being planned.  It is also important to note that Graff has not been accused of any wrongdoing or crime. Let’s hear your thoughts on what investigators may learn from such questioning in the comments section below.