Published: Thu, August 16, 2018

Trump calls former aide Omarosa a ‘dog’

Trump calls former aide Omarosa a ‘dog’

Brian Kilmeade likened it to when Trump last fell for that strategy, back when former flatterer Michael Wolff was plugging his salacious White House intrigue book Fire And Fury: Inside the Trump White House.

But Trump, who hired Newman to star on his show "The Apprentice" and then gave her a almost $180,000 job at the White House as his liaison to the African-American community, remained true to his rep as a "counter-puncher".

Manigault Newman, who contends in her new book that she was offered a hush-money contract with the Trump campaign paying $15,000 a month, is hardly the first erstwhile staffer to find a lucrative off-ramp in the expanse of pro-Trump political organizations.

Omarosa also reportedly taped Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump calling her after she was sacked to offer their condolences and say they had no idea it was happening.

Omarosa's statement was met with huge cheers from the audience, and she assured them that calling the president "mentally impaired" would be "funny if it wasn't true". "I believe Melania uses style to punish her husband". Deutsch interrupted himself, quickly adding, "metaphorically, or course". "I'm not going to be bullied by Donald Trump".

Largely self-serving, it describes the daily firefighting of life on the Trump campaign and then in the White House.

From Apprentice personality to assistant to the president of the United States to whistleblower?

Carlo Allegri/ReutersOmarosa Manigault claims President Donald Trump considered getting sworn in on his book, "The Art of the Deal", instead of the Bible.

It's the latest in the firestorm involving recordings that either do or don't exist that allegedly have President Donald Trump using the N-word during his reality TV show "The Apprentice". She said Sunday that she had listened to one after the book closed.

"His mental decline could not be denied", wrote Manigault Newman, who had been one of the Republican president's most prominent black supporters.

Instead, he hired a staff beset by infighting, a Cabinet besieged by ethical questions and a team of aides working under the shadow of the special counsel's Trump-Russia probe.

As the Trump White House has learned this week: Norms can seem like inconvenient conventions until you see what the world is like without them.

When Ivanka was first dating Kushner, Omarosa claims, she asked her father what she thought of him. "So the more Trump's administration pushed back against her, the more she's going to drop these bombshell revelations and expose the truth of what's really going on in this White House". She also released audio of Trump campaign aides discussing fallout plans if an alleged video of Trump using a racial slur ever surfaces.

Assuming that all campaign employees signed the same NDA, its terms allowed the Trump campaign to either file for arbitration or bring a lawsuit in court against Marigault Newman.

"When President Obama left after eight years in office-eight years in office-he had only created 195,000 jobs for African Americans", Sanders said on Tuesday.

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