Omarosa Manigault-Newman secretly recorded President Donald Trump, and there are tapes to prove it. The former “Apprentice” star, who is best known as “Omarosa,” was the Trump White House’s Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison, and left one year after being hired.
Omarosa is now promoting her new book about life in the Trump White House, “Unhinged.”
“For months, it has been rumored that Manigault had clandestinely recorded on her smartphone ‘tapes’ of unspecified private discussions she had in the West Wing. Audio actually does exist, and even stars Manigault’s former boss,” The Daily Beast reports.
In January it was reported that Omarosa was well-known throughout the Trump White House for secretly taping conversations and meetings with her cell phone.
Exactly what is on the recordings? Manigault hasn’t said.
“One person confirmed to The Daily Beast they had heard at least one of her recordings featuring President Trump. Multiple sources familiar with the so-called ‘Omarosa tapes’ described the recorded conversations between Trump and Manigault as anodyne, everyday chatter, but said they did appear to feature Trump’s voice, either over the phone or in-person.”
Manigault’s publisher “promises the book will provide a candid and revealing look at her time inside the Trump administration. Part of the book documents what she describes as Trump’s ‘mental decline.’ The president, she claims, ‘rambled. He spoke gibberish. He contradicted himself from one sentence to the next.'”
Omarosa, after leaving the White House, joined the cast of Celebrity Big Brother, and warned a fellow contestant about the future under President Trump.
“It’s not going to be OK. It’s not. It’s so bad,” she said.
She also says Vice President Mike Pence “thinks Jesus tells him to say things.” Manigault, an ordained minister, added: “I’m like, ‘Jesus isn’t saying that.’ It’s scary.”
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20 Dead in El Paso Shooting Massacre That Has ‘Nexus to a Hate Crime’ – Some Slam Governor After This Tweet
20 people were shot to death and dozens more were injured at an El Paso Walmart Saturday, Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott announced.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 3, 2019
At least one intelligence and terrorism expert has labeled the massacre domestic terrorism, and some are calling the suspect a Trump-supporting white supremacist.
They’re too afraid to say it. Radical. White Supremacist. Terrorism.
— Virginia Heffernan (@page88) August 3, 2019
Other reports say the shooter used an AK-47-style assault weapon.
El Paso Police Chief Greg Allen came close to describing the attack as a hate crime, saying it has a “nexus to a hate crime,” according to CNN’s Jim Sciutto.
But many are pointing fingers at Texas Governor Abbott, citing this 2015 tweet and saying he has blood on his hands today.
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) October 28, 2015
Fred Guttenberg, father of Jaime Guttenberg, who was shot to death in the Parkland, Florida massacre, spoke out against the governor:
This is the Texas Governor complaining that they are only # 2 in gun purchases. Congratulations @GovAbbott, Texas just had its latest mass shooting. Act like a leader and acknowledge that you have a gun problem and deal with it. https://t.co/Gjp1w1qKBJ
— Fred Guttenberg (@fred_guttenberg) August 3, 2019
Here’s how some others are responding:
— Girl, Interrupted.🌹 (@stuffhedoes) August 3, 2019
Thoughts and prayers are not enough. Too many elected officials support policies that enable gun tragedies to happen. It’s past time for elected officials to take action to stop these tragedies. https://t.co/Rb8t0I58tc
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) August 3, 2019
“let’s pick up the pace texans” https://t.co/x8hI04reG3
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) August 3, 2019
In 2015, TX Governor @GregAbbott_TX put up a tweet expressing regret that Texas wasn’t number 1 in the nation in gun purchases.
This year, he loosened TX gun laws even further. https://t.co/vyW2KklDLW
— igorvolsky (@igorvolsky) August 3, 2019
This is a major reason why nearly two dozen people are dead today in El Paso- politicians bought and paid for by America’s morally and intellectually bankrupt gun lobby. https://t.co/5BPphxzR0v
— Justin Hendrix (@justinhendrix) August 3, 2019
he is part of the problem here peoplehttps://t.co/VkY3ymldw7
— Dave Roush (@theDaveRoush) August 3, 2019
Getting closer! https://t.co/vqyW5oiLX9
— James Urbaniak (@JamesUrbaniak) August 3, 2019
And today the rest of us are once again heart broken. https://t.co/yvvyMpGRwH
— Kevin M. Levin (@KevinLevin) August 3, 2019
Loyal Trump Economist Caught on CNN ‘Making Up Numbers’
Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell busted Trump-loving economist Stephen Moore on Friday when he falsely claimed that we are seeing vast “deflation” in the United States economy thanks to interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve.
During a CNN appearance, Moore tried to maintain that the economy was as strong as ever, but he also blamed the Fed for tanking the stock market by raising interest rates over the past several months.
“Both of the rate hikes were unnecessary and were a cause for deflation in the economy,” he said.
“Wait, wait, wait!” interjected Rampell. “There is no deflation!”
“Yeah there is,” Moore replied.
“No there is not,” she shot back. “Look at the Consumer Price Index!”
Moore tried to counter by noting that some prices on the Commodities Price Index had dropped — but Rampell hit back by saying that much of that was due to President Donald Trump’s trade wars.
“Soy bean prices are falling because of the trade war,” she said.
Rampell then nailed Moore for his false warnings during the Obama presidency that it was unwise for the Fed to keep interest rates low because it would lead to hyperinflation — despite the fact that the economy at the time was deeply depressed and much more in need of easy money.
“I’m old enough to remember when, ten years ago, during an actual deflation, you went on TV on a rival network and said we were about to have hyperinflation and told the Fed that it was irresponsible then to keep rates low,” she said. “It’s totally inconsistent and it’s totally irresponsible to make up numbers.”
“I’m not making up numbers,” Moore replied defensively.
Watch the video below.
President’s New Chief of Staff Once Said Trump Would Be Disqualified From Office in an ‘Ordinary Universe’
And He Supported Him Anyway
Mick Mulvaney, who is about to become the President’s Acting Chief of Staff, just two years ago said Trump would be disqualified from office in an “ordinary universe.” At the time, Mulvaney was a sitting Republican U.S. Congressman.
CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski reports Mulvaney’s remarks came one week after the “Access Hollywood” bombshell tape dropped, exposing some of Trump’s most disgusting remarks ever.
Mulvaney, who now says he “believes in” President Trump, had a far different take in October of 2016.
“My guess is worse stuff is going to come out in the last 30 days,” Mulvaney said on a South Carolina radio show. “They’ve got more videotapes. Everything the guy’s ever said is on a videotape or an audio tape. There is going to be some atrocious things that are gonna come out.”
But he also made clear he would still not support the Democratic candidate.
“That’s not going to make Hillary Clinton a good candidate for president,” Mulvaney added.
“Should either of these people be, be a role model for my 16-year-old triplets? No,” Mulvaney told the radio station. “In an ordinary universe, would both of these people’s past activities disqualify them for serving for office? Yes. But that’s not the world we live in today. The world we live in today, it’s either him or her and for me that’s still an easy choice.”
In the interview Mulvaney also compared Hillary Clinton to “a man-eating lion.”
Weeks later, in November of 2016, Mulvaney called Trump “a terrible human being,” as The Daily Beast reported.
Mulvaney is the current director of the White House Office of Management and Budget, and will remain in that role as well.
In 2017 Mulvaney infamously claimed Meals on Wheels, the program that puts food in the mouths of home-bound seniors, was “just not showing any results.”
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