Omarosa Manigault Newman was given the opportunity of a lifetime but squandered it by being the diva that she has always been. She was fired by John Kelly and turned around to bad mouth everyone in the White House including President Trump. It’s why when President Trump was asked about her yesterday that he called her a “lowlife”.

She decided to score with a cash grab trash novel about her time in the White House with claims of threats and racism. She continues to slander the Trump administration in a case of sour grapes like we’ve never seen before.

The problem with her claims is that they’ve all been shot down (see below) or dismissed as silly. She was on ‘Meet the Press’ this morning playing the victim in a drama-filled interview with Chuck Todd. The only way to describe the phony interview is that it was a hot mess. She claimed she had to record the firing and felt threatened by John Kelly. Total BS!

The recording she took in the situation room with John Kelly is of a firing that happens all across America…It’s not threatening in any way.

She continues to say President Trump is a racist but that was shot down by Frank Luntz:

The left has jumped all over this book, repeating the lies with claims there are recordings that Manigault Newman has of President Trump in the White House. According to The Daily Beast, recordings were taken of Mr. Trump on Omarosa’s smart phone. Who does this? If this is true, Omarosa could be in hot water.


Conservative pollster Frank Luntz just called out Manigault Newman on one claim that President Trump used the N-word.

Luntz said this is flatly untrue:

I’m in ’s book on page 149. She claims to have heard from someone who heard from me that I heard Trump use the N-word. Not only is this flat-out false (I’ve never heard such a thing), but Omarosa didn’t even make an effort to call or email me to verify. Very shoddy work.

Luntz rips into book publishers selling out to people like Manigault for a buck:

It seems like certain book publishers these days care more about getting a release out than getting the facts down. This is why people don’t trust these “exposés,” which is especially bad for authors who actually are good and reliable.


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