A 24-year-old Irish-American woman who was told by a senior US official she was to become a personal aide to US President Donald Trump has been made up to be one.

The story broke on Sunday in the Irish Examiner and was widely shared on social media.

The unnamed woman was told that she was an assistant to Mr Trump.

The report did not specify the nature of her role.

“I don’t know if that is a breach of any kind, but I think it’s an inappropriate way to treat a staff member.””

She said she has been told to ‘keep quiet’ about her position, and has been offered to do so. “

I don’t know if that is a breach of any kind, but I think it’s an inappropriate way to treat a staff member.”

She said she has been told to ‘keep quiet’ about her position, and has been offered to do so.

She said she is very worried about what would happen if the president were to find out she was there, especially since she is the only Irish-Americans working in the White House.

“It would make me very uncomfortable,” she said.

The US Secret Service has launched an investigation into the alleged harassment.

The woman said she had received death threats in the past.

The Irish Examiner reported that she said she was not concerned about the harassment because she is “not a political figure” and that the president has a “high regard for Irish culture”.