Former Disney star Caroline Sunshine becomes newest member of Trump's White House


In a statement to CNN, White House spokesperson Lindsay Walters said that prior to interning at the White House, Sunshine "was involved with the American Enterprise Institute", a right-wing think tank.

She is joining U.S. President Donald Trump's White House as press assistant.

The star of "Dumb Blonde" and her alleged sexual liaison with President Trump in 2006 was once again the focus of the White House press corps Tuesday, but new developments were in short supply.

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Needless to say, Sunshine, though a cable TV celebrity, is entering the Trump administration with more political experience than the president himself, who gained popularity through his reality TV show "The Apprentice".

When posed a question on the payment during a press briefing the day after Republican election expert Trevor Potter said on 60 Minutes the payout could be an "illegal in-kind contribution", White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah did not defend the parties outside the White House. She starred in the Disney series opposite Zendaya and Bella Thorne. The show aired from 2010 to 2013.

Sanders and other White House aides and Trump friends have routinely described the President as a counter puncher, a view belied by his lack of comment on Stormy Daniels. She's also worked with the Joyful Sewing Organization, Working Wardrobes, the Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Center, Adopt a Hero, Loaves and Fishes Ministry and Thirst Project. The 39-year-old adult-film star claimed Sunday that she was confronted in a parking lot in 2011 by a mysterious man who told her to "leave Trump alone" and "forget the story". Caroline is not very active on her social media accounts - she hasn't tweeted or instagrammed since 2017 - but you can still follow her verified accounts. The aforementioned Bolton is also a Fox News analyst while CNBC host Larry Kudlow has stepped into the role as head of the White House National Economic Council.