Trump's 32-year-old 'human printer': The rise of Natalie Harp, the ex-president's ultra-loyal aide

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Day after day as Donald Trump speaks before cameras outside his hush money trial he wields stacks of papers referencing legal experts.

Choosing and providing them is the job of Natalie Harp, 32, an ultra-loyal aide who is now a fixture in Trump's entourage.

In MAGA world they call her 'The Human Printer' and few have more access to the potential next President of the United States.

Harp, 32, a platinum blonde, whose nickname was first reported by The Bulwark, carries in her duffle bag a portable printer, batteries and plenty of paper to feed Trump's insatiable desire for news.

Natalie harp, Trump communications aide, leaves court during his hush money trial

Natalie harp, Trump communications aide, leaves court during his hush money trial

When not at the trial she follows her boss around the golf course in a buggy complete with her printing equipment.

It serves as a mobile office from which she can deliver updates to Trump.

So who is Natalie Harp, and how did she become he information gatekeeper to the ex-president?

Harp hails from California where she grew up in a devout Christian family.

In 2015 she graduated from Liberty University, the evangelical Christian college in Lynchburg, Virginia.

The same year, Harp was diagnosed with bone cancer and went on to have unsuccessful chemotherapy twice,

President Donald Trump plays golf at Trump International Golf Club West Palm Beach in Florida on March 29, 2023 as Natalie Harp keeps him up to date on the news

President Donald Trump plays golf at Trump International Golf Club West Palm Beach in Florida on March 29, 2023 as Natalie Harp keeps him up to date on the news

She often rides in her own golf cart that is specially equipped with a laptop and computer so she can readily show Trump positive stories about himself

She often rides in her own golf cart that is specially equipped with a laptop and computer so she can readily show Trump positive stories about himself

Harp is often seen accompanying the 2024 presidential candidate, 76, on his daily golfing trips, riding in her own golf cart that is specially equipped with a laptop and computer so she can readily show Trump positive stories about himself

Harp is often seen accompanying the 2024 presidential candidate, 76, on his daily golfing trips, riding in her own golf cart that is specially equipped with a laptop and computer so she can readily show Trump positive stories about himself

In 2018 Trump's Right to Try law allowed her to seek an effective treatment for her Stage 2 bone cancer after others had failed.

The law allows patients to apply to use experimental drugs that have not been FDA-approved.

Harp says Trump's law saved her life.

Speaking in 2019, she said: 'I'm not dying from cancer any more thanks to President Trump, I'm living with cancer.'

She went on to host a TV show The Real Story on the One America Network.

Trump has described Harp as 'lighting up the television screen like very few people I’ve ever seen do it.'

Harp said she was able to get effective treatment for stage 2 bone cancer after Trump signed the Right to Try law. After a career as an anchor at OAN, she joined Trump's team in March 2022

Harp said she was able to get effective treatment for stage 2 bone cancer after Trump signed the Right to Try law. After a career as an anchor at OAN, she joined Trump's team in March 2022

Natalie Harp, pictured with Donald Trump in 2019 at the Faith & Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington, credits a law signed by the former president for helping her beat bone cancer

Natalie Harp, pictured with Donald Trump in 2019 at the Faith & Freedom Coalition Conference in Washington, credits a law signed by the former president for helping her beat bone cancer

After forging a successful career at OAN - where her segments took aim at Democrat policies and were often peppered with references to her faith - Harp was poached by Trump.

In March 2022 she left the One America Network and joined his communications team.

On Wednesday, the pair were seen cruising around Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, where Harp was seen wearing a chic pink tennis outfit with a black skirt and skintight hot pink top with a matching hat. She accessorized with a comfortable pair of white tennis shoes.

As Trump likes to see news stories on paper, rather than on a cell phone, her role has become hugely important.

The stories she prints out help shape his view of the news coverage.

Throughout the hush money trial she has been seen in Trump's motorcade and in the courtroom.

She has a desk outside of Trump's office at Mar-a-Lago and is readily available to join him on meetings or trips.

'I'm not dying from cancer any more thanks to President Trump, I'm living with cancer,' Harp said in 2019 after claiming the Right to Try law allowed her to seek new bone cancer treatment

'I'm not dying from cancer any more thanks to President Trump, I'm living with cancer,' Harp said in 2019 after claiming the Right to Try law allowed her to seek new bone cancer treatment

Trump said Harp 'lit up the television screen'

Trump said Harp 'lit up the television screen'

Trump Communications member Natalie Harp arrives back to Trump Tower after supporting former President Donald Trump at his hush money trial in New York City. 20 May 2024

Trump Communications member Natalie Harp arrives back to Trump Tower after supporting former President Donald Trump at his hush money trial in New York City. 20 May 2024

Harp has also reportedly also taken on some of the responsibility for Trump's Truth social account.

However, that appears to have led to her becoming involved in the latest furor surrounding the president.

This week Trump's Truth Social account reposted a video suggesting victory in the November election would lead to a 'unified Reich'.

Joe Biden accused Trump of using 'Hitler's language' and the post was later deleted.

Trump campaign spokeswoman Karoline Leavitt issued a statement saying the video had been 'reposted by a junior staffer who clearly did not see the word, while the President was in court.'

It has since been reported that the 'junior staffer' was Harp.

She has not commented on the incident and Trump's private reaction is not known.

However, allies of the president rallies around Harp.

Lindsey Graham, the Republican senator, said: 'Natalie Harp is a professional, smart, talented individual who has proven herself to be an asset to President Trump. I have complete confidence in Natalie.'

Natalie Harp leaves Trump Tower in New York City

Natalie Harp leaves Trump Tower in New York City

Communications aide Natalie Harp appears outside the courtroom during Former President Donald Trump's hush money trial

Communications aide Natalie Harp appears outside the courtroom during Former President Donald Trump's hush money trial

One adviser told the Washington Post about Harp in December: 'She is indicative of the people around him who just love him.'

Harp herself said recently: 'Like other staffers, I do spend time with him. He is extremely popular with the people, I see that by being with him.'

She also spoke about her cancer battle at the 2020 Republican National Convention in a speech she later pinned to the top of her Twitter page.

'When I failed the chemotherapies that were on the market, no one wanted me in their clinical trials.

'They didn't give me the right to try experimental treatments, Mr. President.

'You did, and without you, I'd have died waiting for them to be approved.'

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