Trump calls former aide Omarosa a ‘dog’

Tanya Cunningham
August 16, 2018

Rumours of the recording have resurfaced after former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman released her tell-all book about life inside the Trump administration.

Ryan was on "The Karen Hunter Show" to promote her own book, when was asked asked if there's a section on Manigault Newman - whom she considered a friend before the former Trump aide turned on her.

Manigault-Newman also claims that Trump considered being sworn into office with his book "The Art of The Deal" rather than a Bible, which by tradition previous presidents used for their inaugural oaths.

"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 as she defended Trump against racism charges.

Noah first introduced Omarosa as one of the few White House officials who "has managed to out-Trump Trump", and that proved itself to be true throughout their interview. The only way to shut him down, she said, is to "don't give him the oxygen" that comes from news stories, clicks, and likes.


Harder already represents Trump in California, where Stormy Daniels, the adult-movie actor, has sued him to nullify a non-disclosure agreement. Separately today, Penn Jillette said Burnett does have tapes of Trump saying "racially insensitive things that made me uncomfortable", witnessed when he was on Celebrity Apprentice. No administration has experienced such a high rate of senior-staff exits, and for the Trump White House it follows the struggles it had filling the building more 18 months ago. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders: "I can't guarantee anything, but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly".

Trump likely also was tuned in to MSNBC when his pal Donny Deutsch called him "so fragile" and relayed an "interesting anecdote" told to him by someone at Trump's Bedminster Country Club recently.

African American job growth during the Obama and Trump presidential terms differed little, former Treasury economist Ernie Tedeschi told The Washington Post: "The real bottom line is that the pace of jobs growth hasn't changed dramatically between the two presidents". She said Sunday that she had listened to one after the book closed. "I can't hear anyone [in the news media] talking about the selective editing", said O'Keefe. "Why did you do that?'", Manigault Newman wrote, the Daily News reported. "Good work by General (John) Kelly for quickly firing that dog!", Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to his chief of staff.

Trump has claimed no such tapes exist, adding that the word is not in his vocabulary. "She said I was taking money from Hillary Clinton".

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