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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Conversation
"Congruence! My name is Hudson I'm here with professor yes it is. It is good to be here and I think those who have listen to the show will probably long enough where anticipating and waiting with breath debated off this episode. To hear Zaki, ruminate about the brand new star wars. That's right about the star wars episode, but not just Kim and I. Yes, we are joined by our special guest Omar sorry guys found like has gone from one from one to another rumor. So that's right we we are. We normally have a Omarosa for. Critic noted film critic joining us, but we decided to to. Keep it in the family, maybe family. And I'm not a film critic. but I am a huge huge star. Wars. Fan Simon excited to be here. Thank you very much fun talking about the movie which we saw together on Thursday night. That's what we've been doing for the past four five years for all the newbies right, yes. so we are of course talking about the rise of Skywalker and nine, which is the close of this current trilogy and Per Disney's marketing. Of. The skywalker saga began forty two
"omarosa" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"I don't know I don't know but but we always knew Omarosa was a punch so we can we can you know I never I've never brand if I was coming in with allows. Hey hopefully possibly get a rematch brand for the terrible terrible fighting for the do was moving lands has this is why we we created border wars because fresh as you don't even call in first of all you fake you're not you're not a real person. You've been in a chat forever but you don't call. You don't even got a voice. You sound like you're on it didn't they ain't got up at seven o'clock. Rob Ran to seven to troll. How are you going to say the man for the bathroom? We'll fight she was watching. This is what I'm saying. These mother fuckers never been in the ring never been punched in the face talk. Hellish shit man got Tom and he got Tom. He won the first round. Damn near ten eight you know small fuck never never punched a heavy bag talking shit. He coach now can eight honestly. I'm just under saying you know He. He don't WanNa let his hands go. He did but shit man. I why would he hold in who they turn the whole what the fuck hey time that we should be screaming screaming. You know bits criminal fucking day one in a gym if you get hurt that right hairbrush. This is the thing about you think something going to happen and it doesn't mean you evacuate tonight or tomorrow is going to be the same that Joe Joyce Brian Jennings Fi is going to be pretty good man we going way could have made the Monday morning. Put them on right. Oh boy a plus seven eight hundred two twin by knockout. Damn Damn Damn Damn well man. Look you see we used to talk and we ain't even trying to leave fight been over. I'm trying to figure out what they are still trying to talk. If you WANNA call it and you WanNa give yet reschedule man <hes> let me you know the number to call in one four five six nine fifty to forty one person on one time demme article up on much is create. I mean everybody does lives matter. Brand first of all let me get to our sponsors then we'll go out to merge it in Florida was going on champ good morning remember to rate his five stars on itunes. These calls are brought to you by El Camino electrical services experts in electric vehicle charging the station for consultations in Turnkey installation visit us at El Camino electrical services dot com.
Trump doubles down on description of Democrats as angry mob
"Midterms at less than a month away. Closing arguments Trump is calling the Democrats an angry mob. We're an angry mob and the party of crime. We're the mob. We're an angry Micheals. The only liberals I ever see with the pitchfork composting. That's. He says, we're too dangerous to govern. Where'd you? Dan? We're the mob too dangerous to government. And then he mentioned, Dianne Feinstein, and the crowd started to chant lock her up. That's the thing about a Lynch mob. They don't get
Jay Z, White House and New York Times discussed on The Drive Home with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips
"KABC. Omarosa who we were just talking about told MSNBC that she wasn't alone in secretly recorded White House conversation. She says there are others quote. There were others who recorded conversations in the White House. We know Cohen for one they
Omarosa doubles down on claim that anonymous op-ed writer was Pence’s chief of staff
"Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday yesterday said he would take a lie detector test is part of a potential White House effort to identify the anonymous writer of New York Times op Ed describing an alleged resistance movement within the White House pleased to have his televised. I watch every one of those in the administration. I think this would be a ratings grabber. Well, did you hear what Omarosa said on the view today? She believes that it someone in Mike Pence's office chief of staff, which is what I think I said last week. Wow. Because everyone's focusing on that word lodestar in the piece, which is a word that nobody uses except Mike Pence. So some people thought we'll maybe Mike Pence wrote it because of that word, but they don't write their own speeches other people write their speeches. So that's why I assumed it was one of his speechwriters. So if it's one of his speechwriters or one of his aides, then it would fit that that ESPN.
"omarosa" Discussed on Skullduggery
"So I'm not going to jeopardize I'm not gonna jeopardize that investigation by talking about it until it is completed. And that's just out of respect for the process. I'm Omarosa Lanny Davis. Michael cones, lawyers may. Made it clear that Michael Cohen is willing to tell what he knows about that matter to the congress to the congressional committees, the Senate Intel committee, judiciary committee or house. Are you willing to testify to congress, any of the congressional committees about what you all about the president and his knowledge of the Trump Tower meeting? Yes, yes, yes, anytime way, but they have not reached out and anytime anyplace and if they prosecutors now, let's be clear. I'm not inviting trouble, but. But, but let's say one of them might listening to this podcast. I have the truth on my side as well as one hundred emails and documents and other things. One hundred. I I'm not intimidated by that. Do you have because only people that get worried and intimidated or people who don't have truth on their side. I unfortunately, I've got about enough time for one more question. Okay. Well, here's, here's my last question which is based on what you know based on what you've seen based on documents that you have emails that you've retained. Do you believe that Donald Trump has committed impeachable offenses? Do you think he should the house of representatives should should should impeach him. Yes. Okay. And you'd be willing to testify at his trial before the Senate. You guys have advances from testified to trial to spin it. He goes on trial before the. That's the way that's the way the process works. I think I've made it very clear that I am fully willing and ready to deter testify to cooperate to help advance this investigation. But more importantly, I think people should read the book and get the background and understand where I'm coming from their what brought me to this place because I think that they will get a full scope of the inner workings of Trump world. Thank you, AMRO Amana, gold Newman. The book is unhinged and insider's account of the Trump White House, and it's great to have you on skulduggery. Thank you guys. Bye bye. Thanks, bye. And now as the walls are caving in on President Trump and the legal process is tightening the news to defend our president is Ann Coulter. Perhaps one of the most one of the president's most vigorous defenders. Her last book was called. If you can believe it in Trump we trust. I think pluribus. Awesome. I think that's a title that say, Michael Cohen might have some problems with this week anyway, and Coulter welcome to skulduggery. She got a new book out. Oh yes, we get the new right. And as a new book out called resistance is futile. How the Trump hating left lost its collective mind. I'm so happy to be here. This will probably be the only debate between the resistance and a Trump supporter debate. We just asked question. Okay. What? All right, Michael Cohen. Paul Manafort to people close to Donald Trump met Paul Manafort was his campaign chairman, Michael Kohn, his longtime lawyer and personal fixer. Both now guilty of federal felonies does not shake your trust in our president at all. No, not at all. No, I think it confirms my chapter on Muller being the Russian Asian, which I know you wanna turn to next anyway. This has absolutely nothing to do with the Trump campaign. I mean, I do wish and I wished at the time that it had just been Trump hope and chlorine Lewin Doussi I think things were going great when it was just the three of them toward the end. He was forced to hire someone delegates were. Being stolen. That's what Manafort came in for forgot, Roger stone's role at that point. But he was fired. Remember before campaign even started quite a bit according to him, yes. But in any event on, it has absolutely nothing to do with with Trump with Russian collusion and the Cohen Cohen flee. I mean, that just proves this is nothing but trying to get Trump. This is the silliest allegation. I have a chapter on Cohen, campaign finance, law. Aren't you hitting me? Okay. Well, what you say campaign finance law, you might get some snores, but if you say hush money to silence, women that the presence allegedly having an affair with that's a little all lease Xia isn't it? Allegedly had sex with..
"omarosa" Discussed on Still Processing
"To be working in administration under a president who said it was okay to rough him up, quote, unquote, rough thugs up after there had been a number of horrific deaths at the hands of police were people who were in police custody. She kinda shrugged it off and then start talking about her own relationship to tragedy as if those two things were entertained or or that anyone who suffered tragedy is is experiencing it in the same realm of the same level. I mean, I think she's someone who has totally discounted herself and she's never played a role that felt in support of or of interest to most black people. Omarosa ideology is always just been completely motivated by herself. She doesn't even know who she is or what she stands for a, how are we supposed to know or care about what she stands for. But I also think in reading unhinged, it's worth. Reading her book from two thousand eight that she wrote after her appearances on all these celebrity reality shows another book. Oh yeah, it's called the b. I t. c. h. switch which she just shortens to the be switch and it's a manual for women who need to be empowered. And essentially it's like it's actually a weird version of Steve Harvey's think like a man now that I think about it before the boardroom, not the bedroom. She does quote from that book. Yeah, at least mentioned the title and unhinged a couple of times. Do you wanna learn how to be tough when necessary? Then you're going to need to find your switch and fast as a woman. You're uniquely armed with one of the greatest communication devices. Any woman can have up bitch, twitch. Can men have bitches? Yes, but that's another chapter in another book. You don't have to act like a man to get respect in the workplace. You don't have to be a man to take charge. Once you bitch switch goes on that does not mean that you're feminity goes off. Yeah. And the whole thing is about how while she was on television, people saw her as a t. c. h. but really she was just being shrewd and behaving quote like a man. She lays out the playbook for everything she's doing right now. She lays out rules for how to refocus how to misdirect and redirect. I mean, she really just lays out precisely what she's doing doing right now, and I wanted the administration is doing and what this administration is doing. Also, I'll just read you one excerpt where she says, when people talk down to criticize you, what do you say in response using this method appear to side with the person speaking with you, but never admit to any wrongdoing, you're not conceding avoid conflict and minimize communication. This comes in handy when speaking to someone who wields great power over you, for example, a boss who has the power to fire you. I mean, the whole book is filled with tips like that about how to. Get people to believe you and manipulate them and ultimately get them to do what you want, which is basically what she's doing with unhinged and his tapes. And so here we are yet again on the brink or in the midst of some kind of fantasy about what it's like to to fight racism, whether it's in the movies or in your daily life. Yeah, and how futile it is, and it's not as though Spike Lee doesn't know. Yeah, it's not. It's not as though black klansman is presenting this this little infiltration undercover mission as these solution, right to great greater racism. I mean, the movie ends with this utterly jarring devastating footage from the March on Charlottesville that ended in just utter in a mailing last summer. Yeah. He uses footage of Donald Trump defending the white nationalists. There's the footage of Heather hires death. Yeah. And. You're just aware watching this movie, watching this woman trying to sell this book fit getting in there and getting that proximate to kind of talk city. You're not even a pill for cancer. Let alone chemotherapy or radiation. What Ron stallworth and Omarosa might have in common is that they think they're doing good, but they're really perpetuating more harm. That's our show. Still processing is a product of the New York Times. It's produced by Nina plus hawk and our editor is social whites. We have editorial oversight from Lisa Tobin and Smith engineer is Jake Gorski. Our theme music is by highness, it's called world restart from the album otherness you can find all our other episodes and everything else NY times dot com still process. And if you're so inclined leave us review on apple podcast, inclined yourself..
"omarosa" Discussed on Still Processing
"Even though we actually have evidence to the contrary, that he can go and say, what you saw happen isn't what happened, like take my word for it. She's kind of using the exact same tactic. I think these are two people who are spiritually conjoined in some way all. Yeah, and I think that for as good as we think she is about understanding something about race, I think he's way better like he's obviously better at talking to white people about race without never talking about race. And I think if you're a white person who's receptive to that in even if you're not immediately receptive, I think we're living in an environment right now in which you know talking about what you can and cannot say, who can do and say, what. Is a direct affront to if you're a white male, you're white maleness. And so this seed gets planted in like two thousand fourteen fifteen. Maybe you didn't think that the birther controversy that Trump started, which Omarosa still went to work for him anyway over maybe you didn't think that the perfect thing was a good idea that it was maybe you thought it was actually racist, but some seed got planted where you saw or you came to understand that this person is speaking to a particular set of white priorities and and identities. And eventually you get you feel squeezed out of enough of other aspects of what's going on in this country that you kind of start to identify with that. Well, I think we should talk about though. What does it mean that both of these characters felt that these institutions were worth infiltrating in the first place? Because we're also talking about how. Fantastical these missions are and what the fantasy. Actually is and whether or not there is any meeting behind it. I mean, it's it's interesting to think about. Always wanna channels aligned, like, where do we go from here? But it's always it's interesting to think about what is the point like they came back pretty empty handed? Yeah, from these voyages expeditions into whiteness, we didn't see anything we didn't already know about. We didn't see anything that got us thinking, you know, we're worse off for a better off than we are. We just in some ways. I mean, I think I don't know. I think we ended up maybe validating these institutions more than we planned to because they certainly didn't deconstruct them. They cut the route that they're still all fully intact. Well, I think that these are really useful clarifications for where you stand on these issues in terms of how much progress actually being made, oh my God, and then the last dregs of her book. She's like the book unhinged. She says, we know the FBI investigations going on. I got a call to. Oh, yeah, can't help it send to herself. She's this administration over here. Mr. Muller over here. Pretty much. They didn't call her. On her show. I think what she said actually was, if they need me, I'm willing. I'm willing participation emails the tip line. Why Casey for God, they're like, no, we have your number as we got it. We're good. Last year we were talking a lot about get out and the sunken place. Now I think in twenty eighteen we might be in something like the Trump in place. Oh my God, it's Trump world. It's Trumpworld. Omarosa calls of the cult of Trump world is actually an auxiliary island of Westworld. Are nothing makes sense. She can't communicate clearly to us what's going on. It feels it's really offensive actually to. I saw her. You know, live at the national association of black journalists conference last year, New Orleans where she took the stage. They even all understand the night that most of community does not understand. And that is how you would sit. With a man who clearly ascending single to this country that police don't have any. One. A man has already given sick. From Donald Trump. My other issues that. Every single hurt with that will tell straw, allow the. I wouldn't answer questions about police brutality wouldn't answer questions about what it means for her.
"omarosa" Discussed on Still Processing
"Today's podcast is brought to you by the prime original series. The marvelous MRs Mazel from executive producers, Amy Sherman palladino and Daniel palladino and starring Rachel Brosnahan, Alex bore Stein. Michael's Egan Marin Hinkle and Tony shalhoub now nominated for fourteen Emmys including outstanding comedy series, outstanding lead actress in a comedy series for Rachel Brosnahan's performance as midge Mazel and both outstanding directing for a comedy series and outstanding writing for a comedy series for Amy Sherman palladino open your heart to the show. The New York Times calls a superhero story. Only this time, the protagonists object is not to save the world, but to find a place in it to stand up for herself by doing stand up for herself, considerate marvelous in all categories. Okay. Wesley. So we're about to do some really interesting mental calisthenics. And and figure out how Omarosa feels like to us a type of black klansman. Yes, I'm going to go big. I okay. Okay. We're playing black jeopardy's. I'm excited back to you. Let klansman for five hundred. Alex gone. Well I mean, look, my inclination was to go. Hi. But I'm gonna go low, go obvious. Okay. We're talking about two stallworth what we met Omarosa America that Omarosa as Omarosa Nanan gold stallworth at so weird. I don't believe in coincidences. So this is your is this is interesting the stallworth coming from her first husband and here we are talking about one Ron stallworth. Fascinating. And the second thing I guess is they are both executing adventures kind of in the name of of black people kind of in the name of themselves partially out of kind of naievety about what they're actually doing and whether or not what they're doing can be effective at all or whether it even needs to be done. Right. I mean, that's a question. We have to ask ourselves, you know, they reached the abyss to pull out something and was it worthwhile. There's a scene toward the middle of black clansmen where. Where Ron basically says, listen, I don't think it's really possible that a guy like David do grow white supremacist could become president of the United States, and his boss is basically like, wow, sir, you you're really you to wake up class class that you lied. I mean, I guess we're supposed to believe that someone who wants to affect change by joining the police force in the first place is that naive about the, you know, the ideals of American democracy are has a belief system that is outdated, outmoded, but it's not ever clear where it comes from where he house imbued with any of that. You're making a great point though because one of the problems with both these projects at least for me is I don't know why either of these people is doing this in the first place like we don't really know from this book y. Omarosa really is working in the White House, like at least immerse stated goal of being the outreach coordinator for Africa, barricades in the Trump campaign and Trump administration, which we still don't know what that meant. She does. Explain it and we don't know. We literally shaking out. Picking up the phone? The other thing is like we don't know anything about Ron. We don't know where he came from. Why? Colorado Springs? Why is he so committed to stay on this police force? Eight, none of it is made clear. So both these people in their respective ways are kind of cypher figures, and there's no one really around who can crop rate or refute any of the testimonials of the accounts that are putting forth they might as well literally have been abducted by aliens and founding back like an own Rosa's book unhinged. She talks about how she advocated for Puerto Rico, all these various countries, various causes, and like maybe she did, but like, I'll never know like, I'll never know. And the same is true in Ron's book because this is a little bit of a spoiler but so is history. So I- decay. But at the end of the movie becomes apparent that for whatever reason, it's not really made clear to the moviegoer the investigation is terminated, and they're told. Destroy all the files related to this undercover sting that they've, they've been engaging in and they don't know why. And they're told budget cuts and they have to move on. But the point is though like the files were destroyed. So all we have to go on his runs account, and all we have to go on is gross account. Know to be fair to Omarosa phrases..
What is hand, foot and mouth disease?
"Three seven and Omarosa I it's disgusting and vile I'm sad that the president is going through this he was loyal to her and she was not loyal to? Him but I want to put a call and Eric Trump to see whether the latest with his band and with him let's continue? With more go hunting in the great American live with you
Trump Stories: The Apprentice
"omarosa" Discussed on Left, Right & Center
"Your center and senior editor business insider on the right is Meghan mcardle columnist at the Washington Post on the left is Christine. Emba also columnists the Washington Post. As we take on Friday, the jury in Pullman trial is still deliberating. We will get to that shortly. But first, if you follow me on Twitter, you know my rule about August August, almost invariably produces the year stupidest new cycles. This is because the overall supply of news in August decreases, lots of people are on vacation. Congress goes into recess, although not for as long as usual this year and silly controversies end up expanding to fill the news hole that is available occasionally, those stupid controversies ricochet in ways that make them impossible to ignore much as we might like to on that. Note, the Trump administration is in turmoil at the hands of Omarosa former White House aide Omarosa manigault Newman has made herself important this August with her. Tell all book unhinged. The book contains bombshell allegations against President Trump. Most note. Audibly about the supposed existence of a tape where uses the n. word of course, as any devoted viewer of the apprentice knows you can't trust Omarosa, but there are tapes, and unlike when Michael Cohen made tapes, the sound quality on Omarosa tapes is pretty good. Omarosa secretly recorded President Trump chief of staff, John Kelly, and other Trump campaign aides, and who knows who else role watching and waiting to see what tapes she releases next, including the president who's been ranting and raving about her on Twitter, calling her a low life and a dog. Gabriel Sherman reports for Vanity Fair that Trump even wants Jeff Sessions to arrest her for what I'm not sure to discuss that. And other matters roiling the west wing. This August, we're joined by two special guests. Hunter Walker covers the White House for Yahoo news and Ken white is a friend of the show criminal defense lawyer and my co-host on our sister podcast. All the president's lawyers, hunter, I want to start with you. The president has lots of feuds. Am I right to think he seems more rattled than usual by this one? You know, I think he is more rattled than usual, but I am not gonna chalk it up to Homer Rosa. I have a bit of a. Uncommon view on this, which is that you know, a lot of people are saying, oh, the White House is trying to distract from Omarosa. And you know, there was some speculation that that was why they made this blockbuster announcement about the security clearances, but I actually think the president likes talking about Omarosa. He knows when he tweets, he's driving the conversation in that direction, and he's done a lot to kind of have this feud with her on the public stage. So you know, I do think he's rattled, but I think that's actually coming from Bob Muller, not. You know the season, one villain of the apprentice. One thing that I've found amazing about this Christine is as Trump does with when a lot of things go wrong. He's sort of acts like this is a thing that happened to him that it turned out that Omarosa was so untrustworthy and he feels so betrayed by her. But like he created Omarosa. He knows her better than almost anybody else, and he created her persona. The whole point of Marotta is that she is a snake and yet he hired her to work in his White House. And then he and all of his aides act surprised when she stabbed him in the back. Right, that's true. But let's remember, he knew she was a snake, but he thought he was a snake for him. I mean, he hired Omarosa to work in the White House pretty much specifically to be his sort of loyal attack dog to defend him against cases or calls of racism to tirelessly, promote him in the public service when really nobody else would, but she was mercenary enough to do it. And yes, I do think that he actually if not trusted her, at least believed in her loyalty and this quick turnaround very quick. Nick and very, very public and open. Unlike what's happened with scare Mucci. Your Michael Cohen may have been a bit of a shock. I think he may actually be surprised. He knew whom Rosa was, but not that she would be like that to him. Meghan. One thing we've learned in in the story is not just now, but back during the.
NPR, President Trump and White House discussed on Morning Edition
"Coleman President Trump's action to strip the. Security clearance a former c. i. director. John Brennan is facing severe criticism Virginia democratic Senator Mark Warner says the White House. Appears to be fixated on the federal. Fraud trial of Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and revelations in secret tape recordings from fired White House staffer this is a White House it feels under. Siege because of, the president's, former campaign manager's trial, and obviously. Some of the issues. With his four staffer Omarosa This. Is an. Attempt to distract the American public from those items at this White House faces on. A daily basis John Brennan has sharply criticized Trump the president. Told the Wall Street Journal that he blames. Brennan for special counsel Robert Muller's Russia investigation and said he had to do something about, that Trump didn't offer any evidence that. Could prove,
Trump links yanking John Brennan's security clearance to Russia probe
"The president tonight quoting one of his supporters who. Appeared on Fox News. John Brennan is a stain on the country. We deserve better than this from the briefing room. Earlier today, here is how the White House press secretary laid out the reasons for stripping Brennan's clearance while threatening to take similar action against other Trump critics. Any benefits that senior officials might glean from consultations with Mr. Brennan are now outweighed by the risks posed by his erotic, conduct and behavior. Mr. Brennan has recently leveraged his status as a former high ranking official with access to highly sensitive information to make a series of unfounded and outrageous allegations whiled outbursts on the internet and television about this administration. As part of this review, I'm valuating action with respect to the following individuals. James Clapper, James Comey, Michael Hayden, Sally Yates, Susan Rice. Andrew McCabe Peter Struck Lisa page and Bruce or not only are they all Trump crew. Some of those under evaluation are closely tied as you know to the Russia investigation our own Andrea Mitchell reports. The president's own director of national intelligence. Dan Coats was not aware in advance of today's announcements announcement nor were other senior intelligence officials. The White House was asked for evidence that John Brennan had actually somehow abused his clearance, but declined to provide any. Have any reason to believe or evidence to suggest Brennan has misused classified information or monetize access to as was alleged earlier by this ministry. Again, I'm laid out the reasons for the decision that was made on this specific instance. We'll continue to review the other actions manager, absence of you not saying those things you didn't find it? No, I would make any assumptions. I'm telling you what the decision was based off on. In this case today statement, pulling Brennan security clearance was dated July twenty six. That was a big indicator that it was standing by on the skids ready for weeks and was pulled out and announced just today. John Brennan is famously one of the stone cold faces in that photo taken in the White House situation room. The night, Osama bin Laden was killed. Finding bin Laden was a huge part of his job and his life's work after nine, eleven Phil Rucker of the Washington Post. Put this out tonight. It shows Brennan's major postings in his decades of. Service to this country, much of clandestine CIA station, chief Saudi Arabia CI station chief director of terrorist threat integration center director of national counterterrorism center, White House, homeland security adviser. CEA director briefed three presidents earlier Brennan himself spoke by phone with our colleague, Nicole Wallace. I do believe that Mr. Trump decided to take this action. She's done with others to try to intimidate him suppress any criticism of him or his administration. And we've, oh ki my security clearances is is way of trying to get back at me and this is not going to turn me at all. I'm going to continue to speak out. I think he fears individuals who could damage him damage his his standing on the American people look at the way he's been referring to Muller Muller who is a national treasure. And I common within the law enforcement and Justice communities who's doing his level best to investigate Russian interference in the election and the denigration of Bob Muller as well as his team of investigators is is reprehensible. I think Mr. Trump is getting more and more concerns were more desperate. I would say more and more frightened as there is a closer and closer magnification of some of the things that those around him have been involved in just a short time ago tonight to other Intel chiefs, who's clearances are under review also spoke out. The White House just messaged the entire American intelligence community. If you stand up and say, things that upset the president or with which he disagrees, he will punish you. And that is a horrible message to be sending to folks who are there to tell you objective truth, the bigger issue here, Chris to me is what this implies the implications of this for the first amendment. And the other question I have is, where does this end? Both of those two gentlemen have fifty plus years
Westminster 'terror attack': Driver arrested after car mows down cyclists and ploughs into Parliament barrier
"From the, times of London terror returns to Westminster attacker drives into cyclists suspected terrorists spent ninety minutes trawling the streets of Westminster before crashing into cyclists and pedestrians outside of parliament yesterday proving once again the terrorists, are. Not the brightest bulbs in the world after, trying for ninety minutes. To find a target He hit a barrier and. Didn't kill anybody thank God the twenty nine year. Old is a British citizen of Sudanese origin he brought the specter of terrorism back to London according to the times of, London when he allegedly drove his Ford Fiesta in the commuters towards police officers before hitting a security barrier The suspect had traveled the London on, late Monday from Birmingham where he'd recently lived. In a, rented flat above a barber's in an internet cafe in Sparkbrook Sparkbrook. Is an area previously lurked linked to a terrorist plots his name is Sally Qatar. He is said to have been known to police but not m I five where the counterterrorism network The man spent several hours in the. Tottenham court road area then. Drove around Westminster for more than an hour and, a half before the seven thirty seven AM attack Female cyclists was seriously injured prayers for her recovery And But generally went unnoticed Driving churches, home done all that but driving around aimlessly for ninety minutes around Whitehall and Saint James park and near the house of the parliament and they. Don't figure it out that's, just beginning to wonder What in the world The idea of, the car process is but, we got,
Transgender candidate wins party's nomination for governor in Vermont
"Democratic nominee for the governor of Vermont is the first transgender candidate from, a major political party, Christine hall. Quiz will face incumbent Republican governor Phil Scott in. The November midterm election if she, went she'll be. The first transgender governor in the nation's history aqueous phase three other candidates for the democratic, nomination including fourteen. Year old Ethan Sonneborn Vermont has no age requirement to run for governor. Primaries were also held in Connecticut Wisconsin and Minnesota
"omarosa" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"That he the. There is nothing more important to know about a president than the president's mental health. And this week Omarosa is the one who is giving us the clearest picture of the president's current mental state, not by anything she says in her book or in her interviews by what by by. But by what she is provoking the president himself to say what she is provoking the president to reveal about himself. Donald Trump is now an always has been throughout his life. The most damaging witness against Donald Trump, and Donald Trump is doing it again with roses publicity tour underway in which she switches sides from Trump defender, to Trump accuser, accusing the president of being racist. The president did everything he possibly could today to support the charge that he is a racist when he tweeted this at seven thirty one AM right after Omarosa played that tape on television of campaign operatives. Sharing her belief that Donald Trump did indeed use the n word. Now I'm gonna leave that tweet on the screen for you in the television audience to read. But I apologize to our listeners on Sirius XM radio at the moment because I'm not going to read this one allowed. It is just too disgusting and saying these words of Donald Trump would sicken me. Donald Trump's personal attacks on Twitter used to amuse me when they were aimed at me, I was the first person and television news that Donald Trump decided to attack on Twitter. When I started saying Donald Trump was not as rich as he claimed to be. He threatened to sue me on Twitter. Then I responded that he would never sue me because he couldn't afford it because he's not as rich as he says. He is that was in two thousand eleven. Donald Trump continued to attack me in two thousand eleven and for years after that because I was the first and for a very long time, the only person calling Donald Trump a liar because of his relentless lying about President Obama's birth certificate. I used Twitter to invite Donald Trump onto this program knowing that he would refuse because he would only do television interviews that he believed could he could control. And so our exchanges were limited to Twitter in December of two thousand eleven. He said that I was not long for TV, and he has a face made for radio in twenty twelve. He called me the dumbest political commentator on television said, I will soon be thrown. Off the air. He called me too stupid. The dumbest man on TV, a very dumb guy and a fool, but. He never called me a dog. Why didn't he go all the way with me? Why did he stop for far? Short of calling me an animal the dog foot did I do to deserve his mercy. For one thing I'm white. So we're, we seeing the outburst of a lifelong racist today who believes that substituting the word dog for the n..
"omarosa" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"Tonight, our guest tonight former White House aide and current White House, enemy Omarosa manigault Newman as everybody. I heard she's been doing some interesting stuff lately and I can't wait to hear about it. Speaking of which let's get to today's headlines. This week Omarosa has been burning up the news promoting her new book which claims President Trump is unhinged. And last night he helped make her case. President Trump says, former White House aide maroshek manigault Newman lied when she called him a racist who was heard using the n word on tape in the late night, tweet the president, writing the show's creator, Mark Burnett just called to say, there are no tapes of the apprentice where I use such terrible disgusting word. I don't have that word in my vocabulary and never have now. I know what you're thinking. It's win for Trump to say. He's never said the n. word and also say Mark Burnett called him to reassure him that there's no tape of him saying the n. word. It's not a call. You need to get. If you've never said the word, like what other things mugged called Trump to tell him. He didn't do Mark Burnett called me last night too. Tell me I didn't do nine eleven folks. So second bin Laden. So today it fell to White House spokesman. Sarah Huckabee. Sanders to assure the public that President Trump has never said the n. word on tape and considering Sarah Santa's will usually lie about anything to cover for her boss. Unser was surprisingly shifty. Guaranteed the American people will never gear Donald Trump under the n. word on reporting. In any context, I can't guarantee anything that I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly. I can tell you that. I've never heard it just to be clear. You can't guarantee it. I look. I haven't been in every single room. She makes us every time she leaves room and Trump says, it's just run back. Are you saying that what. Moving on. It's been said that children all the future. Well, turns out they want the president to this fourteen year old. Boy, he is running for governor of Vermont, high school, freshman, Ethan, Sonneborn is running as democrat. He is allowed to run folks. He's taking advantage of the state law that does not set a minimum age to run for governor. You just need permission from your parents propelled him into the race. I had a combination of frustration with politics as usual politics as usual. You mean since you learn how to read seven years ago, I mean, look, man's, not wrong, but most of his life, he's had a black president. You realize that right? And by the way, this is the future of politics like everyone will have to run when they're fourteen before they get caught up in any scandals. I mean, what are you going to dig up on this kid that he wants to the thirteen year old that was last year. And personally, I don't think there's a problem in having a child as governor. I mean, we're ready have one end, the White House..
"omarosa" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"And then she has indicated she has recording. She told me she's got plenty more recordings. Gino's the White House is coming for. She knows the Trump campaign's coming for and they do appear to be fearful of what she knows. So they're trying to muzzle her. They might be able to get some sort of a temporary restraining order to do that. But where do you see this going? Well, this goes as far as it works for maroshek and selling the book. That's the first thing. And I've been saying this all along regardless of how people feel about morosi. She is a very, very smart woman. She has been doing this for years. Can you name anyone else in the history of reality television who's at a fifteen year career, except maybe congressman Duffy in the MS wrestler. I mean, she she knows how to keep herself in the public sphere. But on top of that, she has been mentored by Donald Trump for years. She knew legally what she was going to be capable of doing. You notice that they're suing for arbitration, which means they can keep it quiet in a room with judges and mediators. They don't want to go to trial with her discovery would blow up in their faces that would give an opportunity to reveal more information. So clearly the White House is concerned and given the number of. People and how long she was there and how kosher the present United States Omarosa knows that she is completely inoculated legally anything they want to do so. So maybe NDA's are often signed by parties. If I've got some sort of secret, I wanna maybe have you as an investor in my business, and I don't want you going around and telling other people what I'm up to, and we know that there are classified information that you can't disclose. But what Omarosa said to Katie tour is kind of remarkable that Katy Astor if he knew about the Hillary Clinton emails and she said, yeah, he did right. It is remarkable. It's explosive if trail. And that's the big question. As you went. Other people have said, you know, there's good reason to be skeptical of her Jordan morosi on the other hand, look if she has a recording of some form that corroborates that that would be hugely important even if she doesn't have a recording if we don't know exactly what form the questioning is already taken place of her by Muller, but they may want to talk to her again. He, she's already said, she's talked to that investigation ones, but she says anything on TV that they don't already know. They're going to talk to her. But they're never gonna take just her word for it. I mean, they wouldn't do that with any witness, let alone, this witness who everyone has reason to be skeptical, but they're going to ask her and I didn't see the full interview, but I don't believe she was as well. How do you know he? I mean, that's the first important question. Now I will say this though, that claim that Trump knew ahead of time about the hacked. E mails, it doesn't sound craze MacOS. You talked to buy what we, what else? We know about the investigation about the facts that have come out about what happened. So in that sense, you kind of think this could be true if she can get the investigators closer to the how Jason that becomes interesting. But you just mentioned she's inoculated. She's really documented if she has any real dirt on him. Honestly, I'm not sure that the dirt about the fact that the president may have used the n. word is needle moving. Yeah, but but if she gives Muller something he can use that is well, yeah, and all. That's the difference. There's there's things that are going to be useful to selling the book, and there's things that she's probably planned out. I mean, look, she was five, twenty steps. She was Batman on this. She was five, twenty steps ahead of the Trump administration. She knew when she were her book was coming out. They didn't necessarily know. And I think this is important for us all to understand there's a political element to all of this, and there's a legal and sort of an American democracy element to it for all the people out there that wanna Papu this and all this drama..
Trump and Omarosa spar over claim he used N-word
"President Trump, and former White House aide. Omarosa continue to Spar one presidential tweet even suggesting Mark Burnett apprentice producer, told Mr.. Trump there. Was no outtake of, him using the n. word on the set press secretary Sarah Sanders I can't guarantee anything but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly homeworks is. Hiring was questioned last year since she was considered a in in the Trump apprentice, realm Sanders insists that lingering questions about her integrity led to the chief of staff firing her general Kelly came on and he voiced concerns that this individual didn't have the best interest of the White House and the president in the country at heart Sandras did concur with, a tweet that, President Trump, asked Kelly to try to work their
"omarosa" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Tonight on all in. Expose the corruption that went on in the campaign and in the White House. I'm going to continue to blow the whistle on all of this more allegations from the ever unreliable Omarosa and a desperate reaction from Trump world. I can't guarantee anything tonight separating out the truth when everyone appears to be lying. Every administration prior to the Trump administration has had Indiana's particularly specific for anyone that had a security clearance then day eleven of the Manafort trial courts, radical, and the defense doesn't call a single witness Mr. Manafort just rested his case, and it's election night in America. Bernie Sanders is here live on set all in starts right now. Good evening from New York. I'm Ali Vel she and for Chris Hayes, there's really no one to root for in the escalating family feud between the president of the United States and his former aide Omarosa manigault Newman who's new tell all book is out today, and it's a, he said, she said between no liars and self promoters. But today, all maroshek made an explosive new allegation about the president one that gets to the heart of the Muller investigation, and whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to disrupt the two thousand sixteen election, all maroshek claims that then candidate Trump had advanced knowledge of the hacked. Clinton related emails that were released by WikiLeaks. Can you are instructed according to your book to bring up the emails at every point you could at the end of the twin twenty sixteen Hillary Clinton's Email. That was our talker. Did Donald Trump? No, about those emails before they came out? Absolutely. He knew about this. He knew what was coming out before Wiki leaks release them. You're saying Donald Trump had a back channel. I didn't say that you did, but I will say that how. The corruption that went on in the campaign and in the White House. I'm going to continue to blow the whistle on all of this. Omarosa told MSNBC that she's been interviewed by the special counsel, but she declined to say whether she's appeared before the grand jury, like her former boss and many of the people around him. She is not a reliable narrator. There's good reason to be skeptical of this latest claim, but Omarosa has been able to corroborate previous claims with secret audio recordings, both of the chief of staff, John Kelly, and of the president himself. Last night. Another former Trump staffer Katrina Pearson denied ever having discussed a rumored tape from the apprentice of the president, saying the n. word something morose writes about in her book Katrina. Kirsten said he said it, did that happen? No, that did not happen. It sounds like she's writing a script for a moving. I've already been out there talking about this. That is absolutely not true. Absolutely not true, but yet again, Almera. Also brought receipts, airing audio of a conversation with Pearson and other campaign aides about Trump this morning on CBS news. Well, can you think of any time and And then he then he said, said, no. well, that's not true. So because you think. Handle it. And I told him exactly what you just said, which is. What scenario you're talking about? I'm he said one or two. You just go ahead and cut it to bed. I what the fan. Even there. He said it, he's embarrassed that's according to Katrina Pearson in a statement today, she explained that that conversation was quote was one of the many times that I would placate Omarosa to move the discussion along because I was weary of her obsession over this alleged tape. And here's the kicker asked directly today. If there could be a recording of the president uttering a racial slur, the White House would not rule it out. The podium and guarantee the American people will never hear Donald Trump utterly n. work on any contracts. I can't guarantee anything, but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly..
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"Trump using a racial slur vendor said she had never heard the president used the n. word, in her presence but couldn't go. Further than that I, can't guarantee anything but I can tell you that the president addressed. This question directly I can. Tell you that I've. Never heard it Sanders was pushing back on, former White House staffer Omarosa manigault Newman who alleges in a new book that sources told her Trump use the word while filming his TV show, the apprentice alley, Rogan
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"omarosa" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"I mean, maybe who knows, like I mean, look at how Scaramucci left, and now he's started back around sort of defending the president in weird ways. Sean Spicer didn't leave the happiest of terms he describes Trump is a unicorn like I wouldn't not like forever done, sort of deal with Trump's law the time. Right? It makes it absolutely impossible not only to believe in any individual thing. The White House says, but even to figure out why they're saying right, like they're clearly on defense for this particular news cycle on amaafuza. Do they have a greater strategy beyond that? Are they thinking about like, do they think this is a serious political liability for them? Do they think it's a serious legal liability for them? There are some times when you can actually tell what they're playing defense against, and this is not one of them because it's so the lies are so tangled that you can't even figure out the meta truths there. I mean, it appears to me that. I don't know that you want to call this strategy, right? But like Trump's impulse, why? Which is an impulse that he inherits from several careers ago is to ride waves of attention and attempt to master right? Like he never believes that he should let something blow over, right? So like if something is coming, that is getting attention, he wants to inject himself into it and generate even more attention and make sure that his take on the thing also gets a lot of attention and he is successfully doing that. Like we all really know what Donald Trump thinks about Omarosa early Orly's what what he reports you, but like the Obama administration, right? Obviously, this exact situation would not have arisen, but like in general, like a controversy that was not substantively important that involved a person who. The White House regarded as not credible and not one of theirs and who even professional political reporters would not that inclined to take super seriously. They would have tried to just be dismissive of and move on and be like, what you really should be talking about is our advanced battery manufacturer, right? And like the president himself would never address it. You know, they'd put out like like the third deputy press secretary to be dismissive, right? And like that is not Trump right. Like Trump wants to like grab the electric wire of attention and like make sure you get his spin on it, and I would be hard pressed to call that like really good strategy for being president. But it's it's like it's clearly what he does write a little bit without regard to whether the underlying issue is they're seriously, we'll be like, well, he's he's like, distracting us from like what I think would be a good political message. But like he's also distracting us from what his own team thinks would be a good political message. DJ, whatever the their midterm strategy is like it was not this right. This brings me back to the compartment theory, which I think is the kind of boat compartment. Similarly, you came up with earlier in the episode because I think it's actually really it's a useful way to think about it because so many people in the White House appear to believe that this is about taking on water and they're trying to prevent themselves from getting swept under. But you know, given the president's impulsively not just on messaging, but on policy, you know, the reports that while he's in Bedminster and Mara Lago he'll like come back and say, oh, a member really wants me to look into this. You should take care of it that. Not only is there this danger that any given person in the White House is going to be tainted by overall chaos of the White House, but what do they have to show for being in the White House? What are they actually doing? That's not necessarily something in their control when the president can just like dictate the agenda based on what he's heard from Sean Hannity or some, you know, mar-a-lago member and it appears to be that they are currently spending more time trying to protect themselves from their colleagues.
"omarosa" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Everything you need to get rid of. So I actually kind of want to ask Emily as far as the rest of the people in the White House are concerned have. Do you think that anything either in the book or in the kind of broader FU for all around this? Do you think we've kind of gotten any insight into some of the other personalities or the White House? In general? There are a couple of places in the book, and I think both sections that you and I read where he does call down Trump junior, a fuck up, which is a little bit just disappointing for Donald Trump. Junior, I think that it's hard to glean from hers book. May she talks about herself because she does really sell it like I was the one person in the entire White House who saw what was going on in new everything that was happening. So it's hard to know as much as there are maybe like fun tidbits or things like that. I don't know if there's some grander story because obviously she's telling us the story she wants to tell the story is I'm Omarosa the heroine of everything. So by understanding of reality shows kind of figuring out, you know, doing this reverse engineering of moving past. The editing is you know a pretty well established pastime of people who watch it, right? So like assuming that Omarosa is giving herself the hero at it, is this even possible to redesign reality show or is it because it's a book and there's no first person documentary footage in here? There is not as much you can glean about, oh, even Omarosa can't disguise this thing. I don't know. No answer to that. Here's the thing I'm struck by an all this sort of rancor and people people dropping out on invasive memoirs that. It's not really true, but somebody should tell the story that would happen was was that Donald Trump entered the White House with all of this promise to be this like new disruptive force who was going to take down the elites and change Washington. But then he was sabotaged by the political establishment who stopped him from doing his billion dollar infrastructure plan and a million other things and got him on board with Paul, Ryan stupid healthcare where peel and like that's where it all went wrong and that like I believed in Donald Trump and Donald Trump's ideas and the ideas that you'd like one him the primary and won him the election after everyone had abandoned him, and it's unfortunate that like vulnerable and a little bit insecure as a new president like he chose to rely too much on these like Washington, regulars who didn't stay true to his vision. Like that's the story that I would pitch because you know, it has some. Some elements of truth to it and make some kind of sense of things. Whereas this kind of account that it's like, well, it's just a bunch of jerks there and the president is in mental decline. Like what? Like, what does that mean? Like? Why was she working there in the first place? Like what does she think was going to happen? I mean, this is kind of where the I was the only one committed to the vision thing comes in, right? Her account of the transition is she wanted to get hired to run the head of the office of public liaison and had a couple of very contentious interviews with Reince. Priebus were Priebus was like, what do you know about coalition building yada, yada, yada? And ultimately, she says, she found out that Anthony Scaramucci was very deep in discussions to become head of the office of public liaison. Unlike Anthony, Scaramucci is not a Washington insider swamp creature. He is not more qualified than Omarosa remote couldn't sell his hedge fund. That was why he didn't get the job, right. But like the argument for hiring scarring Muccio. Omarosa was not exactly. Oh, this is a person who knows how the White House works. Right? So the way that she is presenting it is that she had this grassroots, authentic connection to to early Trump, to the things that Trump was saying on the trail to the African American community, and she was trying to stick around to make sure that you know the things Donald Trump had said about wanting to represent all of America actually panned out like that's a narrative that I can believe..
"omarosa" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"Like maybe I'm thinking about this wrong, but try stuck in our pocket or whatever and walked in with it, like, isn't it voluntary to give phone? Are they checking you? I don't know. I just always usually the play. Do have the lock box and you put the phone in the lock box and then you go in and you could imagine something else, right words. Like if if I wanted to like sneak a recording in, what I would do is have something that wasn't my phone. So then I'd be like, hey, here's my phone, and then people being. They are. They're not gonna Pat you down because because I know you are. But anyway, it's sort of a minor detail, but along with the like constant misspellings in official press releases and stuff. It's like a reminder that like something has gone just like on like the basic detail work here. I mean, it's also kind of the fundamental judgment call level, right? Because like the White House response to aura set right now is one without acknowledging it that she's breaking the terms of the as that they refuse to acknowledge existed, and that is illegal to require people to sign into that. She shouldn't have been recording in the situation which is entirely true and accurate. But also, you know, not only were they not checking it, but the clearly were running a situation where that was possible they had made. They made the decision to hire Omarosa. They made the decis. To hire these other people who created this environment that she talks about. You know, they made the decision to hire whichever other unknown current White House. Staffer is also engaging in taping within the White House. Clearly, this is not just an Omarosa problem. And so you know, when Donald Trump gets on Twitter and talks about how crazy Omarosa isn't in the same breath, talks about how useless Jeff Sessions is an attorney general. The fact of the matter is that Donald Trump hired these people and actually with regards to Omarosa in particular as the buzz around the book built in the midst of a current White House, current or former White House staffer, I don't remember talking about how in a reliable. She was a reporter, said we'll, but you guys hired her and there's no police hired her like, oh, k. a if you're a White House aide in your responses. No, no, no. I'm passing the buck to the president that doesn't inspire ton of confidence, but also deprive that Donald Trump is identified with his White House. Our problems of Donald Trump's making in nine cases out of ten, and this is one of the nine. Right, let let's take a break and talk about some some broader issues here. No matter what you do in the bathroom to get ready. Dollarshaveclub is everything you need, look feel and smell you best to get amazing shower stuff, hairstyling products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and of course, razors and shape supplies. I really enjoy the amber lavender body wash your Skim skin..
Sanders Defends Trump Calling Omarosa 'A Dog'
"SMS Dondo ups From ABC news Michelle. Franson press, secretary Sarah Sanders defending President Trump's tweet in which he called former staffer Omarosa manigault, Newman. A quote Dr Sanders said the president's feelings were justified giving Newman's new book which contains allegations about Trump's fitness for office. And racist remarks I think the president is certainly voicing his frustration with the fact that this person has shown a complete, lack of integrity particularly by the
Primaries in Connecticut, Vermont, Minnesota and Wisconsin
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Trump Calls Omarosa Manigault Newman ‘That Dog’ in His Latest Insult
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"omarosa" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Get started at indeed dot com slash higher tonight. As we come on the air, the explosive allegations, the White House hits back at one of its most outspoken, former visors. On the Rosa, she's no claiming. She's heard a recording of the president using the n. word, the Whitehouse calling her disgruntle blasting her new book as little with lies state of emergency destruction mounting from the massive holy fire. The arson suspect to blame for the inferno. His bizarre behavior in court today, the highway shootout newly released video, the suspect fighting with two troopers, a taser, having no affect the suspect breaking loose, then driving his weapon. Plus the road rage brawl bringing New York City traffic to a cabdriver. Allegedly Rennie families car two children inside the fight spilling out onto the street and the close call at O'Hare airport. The video just released this cargo plane missing the runway nearly hitting several passenger planes. This is ABC news tonight with David Muir. And good evening. It's great to have you with us on a busy Friday night. I'm Tom Llamas in for David, and we begin with the White House facing off against another former advisor blasting as soon to be published, tell all book by Moreau. So her relationship with the president goes back more than a decade from the apprentice all the way to the White House. But in her book, she's reported to call her former mentor and boss a quote, racist a misogynist and a bigot tonight. She's also claiming she's heard a recording of the president using the n. word, the White House accusing her, a false attacks. ABC's David rights starts us off with the latest explosive claims tonight. The Trump administration is slamming a new book by former White House advisor and celebrity apprentice contestant Omarosa manigault Newman. You're fired. Long since fired from both posts Omarosa now describes Trump is a racist misogynist and bigot according to the Washington Post which received an advanced copy of the book unhinged. The White House says, the book is riddled with lies quote, it's sad that a disgruntled former White House employee is trying to profit off these false attacks, and even worse that the media would now give her a platform. Omarosa was the highest ranking African American to serve on the Trump White House staff since then she's dished about her experience on big brother that my problem. I can't see that. And on good Morning America that there were a lot of things that I observed during the last year that I was very unhappy with. That was very uncomfortable with the new book goes into detail according to the post Omarosa claims that on the set of the apprentice Trump used the n. word repeatedly his offensive language caught on tape in the book morose a- reportedly says she never heard it herself. But today in an NPR interview, she told a different story president of the United States US not only the n word, but as Bill Pruitt described during that interview other horrible things during the production of the apprentice according to the guardian newspaper Omarosa claims, she personally witnessed the president use racial slurs about adviser Kellyanne. Conway's husband who's half Filipino George Conway tweeted today, the Al. Gatien is not credible and indeed is ridiculous. All right, David Wright is with the president tonight in New Jersey and David, we can't stress this enough. The White House really pushing back on this book tonight saying they are all false accusations. That's right. Tom. This book contains a number of explosive claims. Virtually all of them getting some serious pushback tonight and the contradictions Omarosa zone account aren't exactly helping her credibility, Tom, David ripe for us tonight with those explosive allegations, David, thank you and.
"omarosa" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"You're driving game a little bit and check it out casual USA YouTube page. Titanium gamer. Give it a look. See, what are we got Gina grand. Well, the publishing house gallery books has an August surprise for the president and the public, a Tele book by former Trump administration, aid Omarosa, manigault Newman. The former apprentice and White House worker out. Has announced her Tele book about the White House. It's all finished up. It's going on sale mid August. She worked in the White House office of public liaison for nearly a year resigned in December. The book titled unhinged an insider's account of the Trump White House suggests it will not be flattering for the president or his allies, and it was going to be tough for the MSNBC's of the world or the Rachel maddow's because they hate him, but they hate her. Yeah, you know what I mean? The enemy of my enemy is my friend. It's like the can't do too much. And then she said, and then she said, because they all they do is talk shit about her and they hate her. I still think the hate him more than the hate her, but it's a weird position because she is so she's the second most hated person. It's gonna be hilarious because you're right. She will be going on those shows to promote this inviting. It's gonna be great. And at some point, her and Whoopi are going to square off on the greatest piece of black. On black crime since the watts riots, I hate him. No, I hate him. Yeah, but certain point it'll turn, they'll there's going to be the over under on the excuse me, could we could set a new excuse me record. Get some money on that. Now. Excuse me, excuse me. Excuse me, excuse me. Yeah, you're right. Well, Thursdays nouncement said little about the contents of the book except this quote, a stunning tell all and take down from a strong intelligent woman who took every name. And number unhinged is a must read for concerned citizens. The press release also pointed out Manigat Newman's new long history with Trump then said that relationship has come to a decisive and definitive end. Rolodex with her. I think she's gonna. Do Kimmel wants and then like didn't come out of her dressing room or something. I'm trying to think of Kimmel story. That all being said, she's a strikingly good looking woman. She's a handsome woman. She's so bitchy that no one ever really factors that in credit for be hot, good bone. So she got owns. Yeah, she's very pretty. Yeah. And she, she was a darling of the Trump world long before the presidency, but that's can't figure out. How much of her act is professional wrestler and how much of it is. I think a good percents question since the apprentice. You knows that the world needs a villain and she plays. She's now I'm always, again, I feel same way with the. Oh, para Shelton. She's doing that porn movie. No, she didn't six from her. And and then there's Kardashian or Pam Anderson. I'm like, she Dowell. No, she I'm like, I always who would be that way. I, I always short of refused to believe the pro wrestling part of life. But here's my question. Do you think that if I went on a reality show, I would be able to pull off in maroshek type character and never break character. No, neither you could neither. So she wanted to pull me off. Getting back to the bone structure to your point. But if if you're kind of inherently like that and the casting director says, oh, we can use that. Well, I think they become like a precocious kid who comes in and does a little dance and a song during thanksgiving, and everyone laughs and claps. And then they kind of go got something here with that, but it's still an act when they come back like it has to be there, but I don't know. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know how worked. It's show counter everything every once in a blue moon, I get accused of like you just said that to promote the book or whatever. And I'm like, I never thought that way for second. I've never had. Thinking about saying something outlandish, that it gets a bunch of clicks or something. I get you come here and make sure we know you're not here to make friends. Weird. I got a weird thing that that's that's the opposite..
"omarosa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Oh omarosa is sabrina was the name of omarosa is like sabrina from big brother candidates to only like evil evil genius mastermind version of sabrina whose like you on could tv good good to too it looking forward to that hopefully because we had the hih competition and the feeds were down most of the night when they came back up omarosa was nowhere to be found and we discovered that's because she has been sent to the hospital yes she is on christmas vacation and yet i am talking about the fact rather flare yes she apparently is it at least getting some sort of medical treatment she's in the hospital we know very little about the situation but we know that meriva apparently seems to be the one who put her there because morris a literally says i put her in the hospital so we we know the it was the the spin bowling competition so people are theorizing that may be mm orissa like accidentally slick hit by omarosa with a one of the bowling ball's i i don't know how that's possible by maybe i are now i mean something that would warrant going to a hospital for i mean i'm sure that the show is going to take extra precaution with the celebrities because they're celebrities as you know even though people argued that they're not celebrities i think they're getting especially omarosa race is going to get some extra treatment but yeah if it was the ballerina bowling competition i'm just trying to theorize alike think about all of the ways that she could have gotten injured that maricic could have injured omarosa the rule bowling bowl out or ran into our nocker over i dunno i we don't really know what happened just as we got these little snippets of morris on ross talking.
"omarosa" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Okay this is an all woman's a alliance i am the the bottom of this this totem pole here this is a great crack in this alliance here's my chance take shuttered omarosa and four my own thing with mark and with uh you know maresca and shannon here and i'm in the center of it russ's playing very well and he has nikolay taken advantage of what shannon is doing and turned it around and said oh no no no no mark here's what we're gonna do we're gonna take shouted omarosa machine has been pushing we need to get rid of kisha we need to get rid of key she is the big threat and that's because shannon again going back to that early morning conversation she feels like kisha is the danger to her game the ones polling omarosa away from her jenin feels like if we can take kisha out of the way than omarosa doesn't have that obligation to her omarosa is now tight with me and i am in the center of things ross correctly as is recognising okay from my perspective if i take out omarosa than i am in the centre of things and i am in control of things and it'll be interesting to see houses plays out regardless of who goes home tonight what will happen if there's a war between not only between omarosa kisha and the rest of them but if the rest of them get get power who will be targeted omarosa or kisha because then it will be a battle in in fight between shannon and ross so there's a lot of interesting dynamics happening here very excited to see how this all plays out air will you know you we mentioned earlier as mentioned there on a landmark as.