Hatch 'not comfortable' with Trump calling Omarosa a 'dog'

Postado Agosto 16, 2018

Omarosa Manigault Newman secretly recorded private conversations with President Donald Trump and in the last week, she has begun to release those tapes to the public.

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".

The tape is of a phone conversation in October of that year between Ms Manigault-Newman, Trump campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson and Lynne Patton, who was an assistant to Trump's son Eric at the time.

"Donald Trump now is at the point where he's so fragile and can not ever, ever be in any interaction, any exchange in any room that's just not pure lionization, canonization", Deutsch concluded.

She met Pope Francis as part of a foreign tour with her husband and stepdaughter Ivanka past year.

Trump has repeatedly denied using racial slurs on Twitter, most recently saying "I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have", before describing Manigault-Newman as "wacky" and a "dog".

The White House will hold a press briefing Wednesday afternoon with press secretary Sarah Sanders.

"Omarosa bit the hand that fed her, to me, that's what a dog is", she replied, before noting that Trump has referred to men as dogs as well.

"This is a insane story in so many ways, because the media keeps calling her unreliable", said O'Keefe.

"I was very upset about that and we'll take care of what she said and the lies that she was spreading that is career-ending and I was doing this for about 20 years, when she did this", Ryan said.

The source says Ivanka and Kushner called Manigault-Newman to console her a day after chief of staff John Kelly kicked her to the curb.

Manigault Newman also asserted on MSNBC that Trump knew in advance about the release of Hillary Clinton's emails by WikiLeaks, but did not provide any evidence. "How dare he!" Democrat Frederica Wilson said yesterday during an interview on CNN. "Another African American advisor so there won't be a void, and then I'll leave". Among the criticized is Darrell Scott, an African-American pastor from OH who declared "This is probably going be. the most pro-black president that we've had in our lifetime".

In her book, she casts herself as a strong black woman who overcame humble beginnings and has often navigated hostile work environments with aplomb. "Who is going to trust her ever again?"

She signed the agreement with the campaign in 2016.

The Post also reported that Manigault Newman sent Ryan a note citing an unnamed story that tied her to Clinton. "There are pretty significant legal issues that we hope don't develop into something that, that'll make it ugly for you".

Manigault Newman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

If Omarosa "is the one to get some traction on people seeing how truly raggedy this administration is enough to take action. we should reconsider letting her get a to-go plate from the cookout".