Steven Mnuchin’s controversial wife said she is caught between a “rock and hard place” in regard to Trump decisions she has openly advocated against, including anti-LGBTQ policies, according to Thursday interview on Los Angeles Magazine.
“Either I can express my beliefs and be at odds with my husband and his boss and get in trouble that way, or I can decline to comment and be in hot water with everyone else. Sucks either way,” said Louise Linton.
The U.S. Treasury Secretary’s wife said trying to influence the administration is like “walking a tightrope of dental floss in high heels and trying not to fall left or right.”
“I am caught between a rock and a hard place” with the Trump administration on its anti-LGBTQ policies because “all of my besties are gay,” said the 38-year-old actress, who has appeared in a number of movies and TV shows, including CSI.
In her latest project, Linton portrays a bisexual hedge-fund manager who kills men for fun. She is the movie’s writer, director, and star.
Mnuchin’s wife came under fire two years ago for a series of Instagram posts which show her wearing luxury clothes next to a government plane. She was also heavily criticized for posing with sheets of money bearing her husband’s signature at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.