Trump claimed Justin Trudeau's mother 'f**ked all of the Rolling Stones', says book
Former President Donald Trump once claimed that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's mother had slept with "all the Rolling Stones", according to a bombshell tellall by former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham.
The comment was made by Trump to Grisham about former Canadian first lady Margaret Trudeau during an Air Force One flight, according to excerpts from 'I'll Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw at the Trump White House' that releases on Friday.
"Once, on Air Force One, I was sitting with him in his cabin, and for whatever reason — maybe he had just read something or seen his face on TV — Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau popped into the president’s head," Grisham wrote. She said Trump asked her, "Are you OK if I say this?" Grisham noted that it was "always a troubling question." "Who knew what was going to come out of his mouth? Sure, I nodded," Grisham recounted. The message was: "Trudeau's mom. She f**ked all of the Rolling Stones."
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Trump made the comment about Trudeau's mother during the relatively calm first weeks of 2020, before the Covid-19 pandemic thrust his presidency as well the rest of the world into utter chaos. According to Grisham's book, at the time "Trump was for the most part in a good mood and, as always, up for chatting about anything under the sun."
It included the president gossiping about the wild, partying past of Justin Trudeau's mother. Grisham does note that Margaret Trudeau denied having affairs with any of the Rolling Stones. "I should have slept with every single one of them," the former first lady later said at a mental health conference. She is the ex-wife of Pierre Trudeau, who served as Canada's 15th prime minister and is the father of the current prime minister. The couple separated in 1977 and divorced in 1984. Since then, she has held acting gigs, become an author, a aphotographer as well as a mental health advocate.
Margaret Trudeau partied with the Rolling Stones
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Despite her denial of any affair with the band's members, there are some links between Margaret and the Rolling Stones. She attended a Rolling Stones concert in Toronto in the year that the couple agreed to split; she later admitted to hanging out with the rockers "until about five in the morning" and smoking marijuana with them.
"She had arrived in a Stones limo and leaves in a Stones limo and takes a suite at the Harbour Castle and holds a well-guarded party for the band. Back at the hotel, I catch a glimpse of her in a white bathrobe wafting down a corridor," a Rolling Stone Magazine article written in 1977 noted.
If reports are to be believed, Jagger wore a "sly grin" when he described his encounter with then-28-year-old Margaret. "She just dropped by," Jagger said. "Someone said she wanted to come to the gig, so we took her. I had never met her before. But I guess she likes to go out to clubs and go rocking and rolling like everyone else — young girl, you know."
Late drummer Charlie Watts described Margaret as 'One of our mums.'
In a 2016 profile in Harper's Bazaar, Margaret admitted to hosting the rockers in her hotel suite after the concert. "We played dice until about five in the morning, in my hotel suite," she told the magazine. "Smoked some dope, talked. It was a good night, and it was my new world. But no one knew I was separated from my husband yet, and it brought a huge scandal."
This gave rise to rumors that she had slept with Jagger or guitarist Ronnie Wood. "I spent the night with the Rolling Stones, no question, but it was certainly not Mick Jagger. And that's all we'll say about that," Margaret said.