There’s some serious drama unfolding at the White House, and this time, it’s in First Lady Jill Biden’s neck of the woods.
In a shocking revelation, Jill Biden’s press secretary was compelled to resign following a scandalous overseas trip. During last year’s NATO summit, Jill’s secretary invited a number of unfamiliar foreign men into his hotel room, leading to the controversial decision to step down.
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The First Lady’s press secretary Michael LaRosa tried to take a date he’d just met up to his room on a secure floor while overseas in a hotel where the president was staying, insiders exclusively tell DailyMail.com.
Sources say LaRosa, 40, did it twice during the same trip while accompanying Jill Biden to the NATO Summit in Madrid, Spain, in June 2022, and that this was part of a pattern of behavior that led to his forced resignation the following month.
A Secret Service source confirmed the incident and claimed that it happened twice on the same trip.
‘He was caught by Secret Service not once, but twice bringing dates to a secure floor, obviously putting the First Lady’s safety at risk because you’re not supposed to bring people in who are not fully vetted,’ one senior White House staffer told DailyMail.com.
Asked about the incident, LaRosa, who is openly gay, told DailyMail.com that he had only tried to bring one person up to his room, a male staffer from another country’s delegation he said he met at the conference. He also insisted that he left the White House on good terms to take a job in the private sector.
When he left, White House officials publicly feted him for his 18 months of service in the East Wing. But privately, sources tell DailyMail.com, colleagues were anxious to see him gone with no fuss.
‘There was a long line of chaotic behavior, outbursts, unreliability, unpredictability, and lack of judgment that went into his last six months before his departure,’ one official said.
This seems like a classic “he said, she said” scenario, but regardless, it’s intriguing to observe the ongoing drama that the Biden White House appears to consistently find itself entangled in.