Piers Morgan Alleges Omarosa Offered “Herself” To Him During Celebrity Apprentice

Piers Morgan is good friends with the President but disagrees with him in many areas including the Second Amendment. He was asked about Omarosa while a guest on Tucker Carlson. There was nothing good to say.

He called her scheming and manipulative. Also, he said when filming first started she offered him sex in a “showmance” to promote the show. He said he called her deluded and refused her advances. But Morgan isn’t alone in his criticism of Omarosa. It seems everyone that has ever come into contact with her shares the same opinion. And her book is being soundly rejected not just by supporters of Trump, but by his enemies as well.

“Omarosa! I hear you mentioned me on Meet The Press. Don’t reference me or use my name. Keep my name out of your mouth. You have done enough. Your lies and crazy behavior are catching up to you. Can you say National Security breach? Lawyer up!”

From WesternJournal

And now former Clinton White House staffers have been added to the fray, according to The Daily Caller. One significant thing noted is that while previously working for the Clinton administration, she went through four jobs in two years.

The reason, in part, appears to be a poor work ethic. Citing The New York Times, The Daily Caller wrote that under her desk was 13 months’ worth of mail to Vice President Al Gore, all unanswered.

Gore’s former office administrator, Mary Margaret Overbey, stated that Manigault-Newman “was the worst hire we ever made.”

When she worked in the Clinton administration, her co-workers said she didn’t do her job and she was “disruptive” and “unqualified”. One fellow staffer said they wanted to punch her. That’s exactly what we saw in her during her appearances on The Apprentice. Trump seems to have had a blind spot when it came to her.

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