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Alyssa, 34, resigned as White House communications director on December 3, 2020 - amid furious scandal over Trump's claims that the election had been 'rigged' - and has since spoken out against the former President, confirming she would never vote for him in an election.
However, she has now opened up about the brutal toll her resignation had on her personal life, admitting that she 'lost a lot of friends' after she became the first senior Trump aide to quit his administration in the wake of his election loss to Joe Biden.
The brunette, who joined The View as a permanent host in August 2022, praised her husband Justin Griffin and best friend Alex for supporting her after initially fearing her career was 'over' when she quit the high-profile political role.
Speaking on The View: Behind the Table podcast, Alyssa told executive producer Brian Teta: 'Your spouse is going to be your best friend by definition, like they're going to see things, they're going to witness things that no one else in your life probably will...
The View's Alyssa Farah Griffin has admitted she was in a 'really down place' after she quit her job at the White House
The 34-year-old resigned as White House communications director on December 3, 2020
Alyssa opened up about her husband Justin Griffin and said he's her 'biggest support system'
Alyssa worked at the White House during Donald Trump's presidency
'The sickest you've ever been, the most embarrassing thing you've ever done, like outrageous freak-outs that you then have to apologize for, Justin deals with all those.
'Justin is definitely my best friend, but I also have my female best friend Alex. No one can bear all of the anxiety of being my partner, you need to divvy up and I think have other friendships. No person can be your end all be all.'