‘He’s Just So Wounded, His Soul Is Just So Damaged’: Broadway Legend Betty Buckley Reacts to News That Trump Aide Would Play ‘Memory’ From Cats to Calm Him Down

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One of the weirdest — and flat-out funniest — revelations from Stephanie Grisham’s tell-all book about her time working in the White House was about an unnamed aide, dubbed the “Music Man,” who would play the song “Memory” from the musical Cats in order to soothe former President Donald Trump’s infamous temper.

Actress Betty Buckley won a Tony in 1973 for her portrayal of Grizabella, the character who memorably (pun totally intended) croons the aforementioned tune, in the original Broadway production of Cats, and
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