Omarosa Wonders If President Trump Wants to Start a Race War

Omarosa Manigault is pushing her new book that is apparently a revenge book for being unceremoniously thrown out of the White House.  Already at least three of the limited stories released from the book is utter lies. In her book, she said that Frank Luntz heard President Trump use the “N” word. Luntz went nuts and called it an utter lie. He said she never even called him to find out if the rumor was true.

Omarosa also claimed that the President got into an argument with the WH head usher over putting a tanning bed in the living quarters. There is no tanning bed in the WH and none was ever requested. Thirdly, in her book, she claims NBC has a video of Trump using the “N” word but she claimed, she never actually saw it. Now, in interviews, she says she did see it. A direct lie. Now, she claims he wants to start a race war.

The Guardian reported:

In another damning passage, she describes his “broken outlook” and how “the bricks in his racist wall kept getting higher”, wondering if he did “want to start a race war.” She adds: “The only other explanation was that his mental state was so deteriorated that the filter between the worst impulses of his mind and his mouth were completely gone.”

Manigault’s many post-firing claims about President Trump have been disputed by others, including pollster Frank Luntz, who called the contention that he overheard Trump say the n-word “flat out false.” She also contradicted her own written claim in an NPR interview.

From all reports, Omarosa was a nightmare to work with. That’s something we saw from her on the Apprentice.

President may have overestimated her when he called her a lowlife. He should have added liar, too.

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