Trump calls fired Omarosa a ‘dog’ in new furious tweet

Trump calls fired Omarosa a ‘dog’ in new furious tweet

Trump calls fired Omarosa a ‘dog’ in new furious tweet

She wore that jacket to hurt Trump, setting off a controversy that he would have to fix, prolonging the conversation about the administration's insensitivity, ruining the trip itself, and trying to make sure that no one asked her to do something like that again. John Kelly is White House chief of staff.

Late last night, Trump called Omarosa "wacky' and "deranged" when he tweeted his thoughts on her march through the various programs of NBC News to plug her book".

"Look at her MANY recent quotes saying such wonderful and powerful things about me - a true Champion of Civil Rights - until she got fired", Trump added. Hitting out at the former aide after the release of the recording, Trump tweeted: "Wacky Omarosa, who got fired 3 times on the Apprentice, now got fired for the last time".

"Trump's legal team is doing everything they can to put off an interview with Mueller and, in the process, they're basically admitting that Trump cannot be trusted to tell the truth", explained Meyers, who showed video of Giuliani claiming Mueller only wants an interview so he can set a perjury trap for the president.

The messy clash touched on a variety of sensitive issues in the White House, including a lack of racial diversity among senior officials, security in the executive mansion, a culture that some there feel borders on paranoia and the extraordinary measures used to muzzle ex-employees.

In her new book, Unhinged, she writes: "Taken as a whole, all of her style rebellions have served the same objective".

In a series of interviews on NBC, Manigault Newman also revealed two audio recordings from her time at the White House, including portions of a recording of her firing by Kelly, which she says occurred in the high-security Situation Room, and a phone call with Trump after she was sacked. "I wanted to have this type of documentation... in the event I found myself in this position where, as you said, they're questioning my credibility".

In other audio of Omarosa's conversation with Kelly, he says she's being fired for "serious integrity violations".

In a statement released Monday, Patterson called Manigault Newman's book "a complete work of fiction" and called the alleged Trump tape using the n-word "imaginary". He followed that comment up on Monday with a Twitter tirade of insults directed at Newman who he said "begged" him for a job with tears in her eyes.

'Now that she says bad about me, they will talk to her. Fake News!'


"How dare he!? He has taken this country to its knees", Wilson seethed.

Berman noted that Trump calling his enemies "dogs" is not exclusive to African-Americans, but Wilson countered "you should not call anyone dogs".

"The first thing he said was that the Hillary Clinton people started the birther movement; 'Omarosa, you're so naive, '" she said on MSNBC. "Absolutely not", she said. He also has targeted black NFL players for kneeling in social protest during the national anthem.

And on Monday, Trump tweeted that, "People in the White House hated her".

He had to laugh, though, at Omarosa talking about the White House allegedly covering up that Trump is "mentally declined".

It's not clear what agreement Trump was referring to.

The White House has slammed the book as being "riddled with lies and false accusations".

And Trump's campaign said that in the 2016 race she "signed the exact same NDA that everyone else on the campaign signed, which is still enforceable". Trump's ex-attorney Michael Cohen has his own cache of recordings, too.

Manigault Newman writes in her book that others heard the tape, including veteran pollster Frank Luntz.

While many may laugh it off as just the "latest chapter of what reads more like a reality television show than a normal presidency", it should be taken seriously Associate Professor in American Politics at University of Sydney's United States Studies Centre, Brendon O'Connor said.

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