35 Burst results for "Omarosa Manigault Newman"
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Well, there it is. It's a good department against quickly, but the. Tation that he would react to this with anything different from who we know he is. He lows the press. He makes enemies of the press. This man is not a citizen. He doesn't. He doesn't particularly care about citizens if they're not the right kind of citizens, but he certainly doesn't care about anybody who's not a citizen. The idea that that we have seen anything in Donald Trump that suggests that he values human life over imaginary numbers that he spits out about one hundred ten billion dollars in arms sales. I don't see any evidence in anything we've seen that he would react to this any differently. What he knows what he's done. He's just throwing away the allusion that the US is the defender of democracy and freedom have an for nothing. We stand for nothing. We stand for money. That's it. Just unadulterated green. And you know, I keep rooting for the recession. I think it'd be bad for Donald Trump you. It's different about this one. The book here about red and blue and tribalism in the overlap right now, at least in the initial reaction of this. I am seeing Democrats, but I'm also hearing Republicans who are condemning Saudi Arabia Republicans who are stepping for. So you're actually right now in the early stages of this, but you always have that Jeff flake makes his sad face. They do a big as much as you do. Yeah, exactly. Effect doesn't sometimes Trump when he stepped during the campaign support. Actually, I should say opposition to the wall actually went up as Trump campaigned on it. So sometimes it has this reverse phallic thermostat to build on Steve's point. One thing that has Raymond scary to me about our politics is that almost foreign policies become partisan Republicans. Don't like China, Democrats paid Russia. It's incredibly Saudi Arabia, Turkey, yellow, these things, they're partisan issues. Politics isn't ending at the water's edge now. Okay, thank you. I don't time for new room. Nurul gravity industries. The company that makes this flying jet suit has to lend me bunch of them so I can convince Pat Robertson the raptures ear, and he's being left behind..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"We could see a world that we just can't recognize and I don't know what people have to what fire has to be lit under them because we see it happening right now. And I guess the problem is we walk outside here in Los Angeles and it was a beautiful day. And when I said, I thought the funniest thing he said was, we can't think about tomorrow. Yep. But maybe we should think about tomorrow. I seem to remember somebody actually running on the flow. Don't stop thinking about tomorrow. No comment on that. Okay. All right. I have one more areas you actually are seeing some progress. There are things that are actually not terribly well known. So for example, carbon capture and storage. The tax credit for that has drastically increased. That's legislation. Donald Trump signed. He signed legislation that's designed to boost advance nuclear. He is someone who has said a lot of random things about climate change, but there are things happening behind the scenes in which Democrats and Republicans are working together. And the problem is that there's so much that must be very, very, very far behind this. Yeah, it is. There's so much enmity, very exactly what Steve was talking about. I actually it's only in those spaces where you haven't politicized something yet when it hasn't been an issue. That's when you actually on it. Issue. It shouldn't be. I agree with what you combine. You combine what you just said with the fact that he's rolling back it, miss missions for cars and light trucks that he's messing into and fail a trying to roll back Obama era regulation. Methane gas, coal, power plant says, radiation is good for you. Deregulation the policy of deregulation and what it means for the what it means for our environment right cut almost trying and failing. He's trying and failing. Frankly, he's doing it in such slapdash fashion that these things aren't making it through the courts. This is just a real last question. Jamal kashogi if you don't know who he is, he is Saudi nationals been living in this country, Washington Post reporter. He went into the Turkish DS Saudi Sultan consulate in Turkey, October, I, I think, has not come out since they believe a hit squad from Saudi Arabia killed him. I feel like any other president would have protested, but I guess that's my question would would it have happened anyway, or is it tied to a president who calls the press the enemy of the people. Sorry, just a way in here. I definitely such while you're here analysts, just I think that a lot of the information we have on this is coming from Turkey and Turkey is a country that arrests and imprisons journalists left and right. I want us to not rush into anything and really be thoughtful and careful what's going dead in the Saudis did it. That's that's. I don't think chain the US intelligence agencies. It said that they were attending to capture him and bring him back to Saudi Arabia. That is really, really bad. But we really do not know what happened here in my opinion, just yet before we do anything really rapid, aesthetically, if the Saudis killed him. And Trump says, you know, because we have this arms deal where he's selling, you know, that's the way Trump yet roles. You rub my or by rub yours..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"There was a story in the times this week about white evangelical women in Texas who are breaking with their husbands in their support for Beto overwork over Ted Cruz. There's there's also a question not just about converting Republican women and Trump voters, but some of the moderate white women who may have been apathetic perhaps didn't vote and certainly weren't activists. There has been a re entered re-energizing of suburban white women who have previously sat out not been vocal, even if they push levers for Democrats, certainly didn't say anything about it. And these are a lot of the women who are powering the resistance movements right now involved in the in the new activist groups going out knocking on doors fundraising, many of them and lots of new candidates are running for office. These are questions, but his history doesn't tell us to be hopeful for the white when we have to see it. I, yeah, sixty three percent of what ROY. Konya said that Trump gave him male energy that he, he had. He lives in the house with a lot of women, and he was grew up around women and he kind of Trump helped him get his balls back Justice, Justice, a white patriarchy offers white supremacy to white women. It offers patriarchy two men across races and participation in patriarchal power as a way to get them to support the power structure. And I think those are that some of the dynamics you're seeing around Kanye west. I think it's we have I, my heart goes out to Kanye west. Something is wrong. Something. And so I, I don't wanna don't wanna make fun of something that I take to be serious in terms of its mental health. But I also want to make the claim that the way in which he wants to participate in a kind of toxic masculinity, I'm using those leftist phrases now kind of toxic masculinity that Trump affords him right. And the fact that Trump who plays custodial politics so badly, right. Every politician thinks they need to just invite one black person into the room and then that black person can represent all of black people. Tell me what black people right. Just does it so badly. He doesn't go get how sharpen he goes and gets kinda west. All of it to me reflects the kind of disdain for black voters because you think you could hurt us to the polls like cows chewing cut by simply getting a celebrity. I'll just just one thing I want to throw out there when you're talking about voters of color. The mayor survey recently found that forty one percent of Hispanic voters are supportive of Donald Trump, twelve percent of African American voters? Not a majority, a very small minority, but twelve percent ain't nothing. And when Steve Kornacki is brilliant book, one of the things he talks about in the early nineties, it's really striking. You had this group Votto by call indeed has standing right there might talk about. Right here who are swing voters. Regan Democrats before they've never really cemented to the Republican party. Some of them did vote for Donald Trump. This has been a big conversation about those Hillary Clinton voting Republicans, but there are also those folks voted for Obama and then voted for Donald Trump and they're sort of ambivalent right now and actually cemented that constituency is something folks have been trying to do since the early ninety s on the Republican side. And I do think some of them are women. Some of them are men, but that is a really important constituency. The Republican party has really failed to fully bring in the tent. Okay. Before we run at a time, I did want to bring up something kind of important this report. I mentioned three hundred government officials, economists, scientists, and interesting executives gathered at this energy convention symposium and a leading nuclear weapons physicist said at the event, it has been calculated that temperature rise. Corresponding to a ten percent increase in crime. Adak side will be sufficient in melt the ice caps and submerge New York. All the coastal cities would be covered and since a considerable percentage of the human race lives in coastal regions. I think that this chemical contamination is more serious than most. People tend to believe that was Edward teller in nineteen fifty nine. Rock rib conservative by the way he was. Yeah. I mean, it's just fascinating that honestly, it's just a sign of how much of these issues is. Everybody's got to apologize for something before you go. But the UN climate report that came out this week says, basically twenty forty..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Pleasure to meet you. Love watching you because you know everyone has an opinion that you could say, and you're the guy who doesn't. I love that you're Joe Friday, just the facts, ma'am. Well, thank you and I really appreciate that. And also your enthusiasm for the subject of politics is so infectious and so real. And I wonder, where do you get that? My father was a news guy in radio. That's where I got it. Where did you get? I-. Election nice. There's always something at a young age. I kind of followed a governor's race when I was a kid in Massachusetts, and the campaign was fascinating, but the election night just watching it was the map of Massachusetts. It was nine hundred ninety. It was a very close race and watching the political character of each town and city get revealed almost like pieces in the puzzle. And at the end of it, I felt like I was in sixth grade, but I felt like I understood a little bit about the state I lived in and I try to take that every election I cover. So. So this one. The cycles change. So quickly that you know between the time the show started a now. Maybe you have a whole bunch of different information, but like I was feeling pretty good about the Senate only like a week ago. And now I feel like I was a waste of money, wasn't it? I mean, yeah, look if the if the election were held to more everybody went out and voted tomorrow. I don't think there's a scenario where the Democrats get the Senate, so learning and so important the Senate, it's I mean, how this now, this is the thing though. I think there could be two tracks that are developing here because think about it this way. There are three races, the Democrats have to win one of them to get a shot at the Senate. Those three races would be North Dakota, Tennessee or Texas must win one. If you're a democrat to be in the game, if you get shot out of all three year out. Now the reason to send it seems to be fading from the picture for Democrats is they've gotten bad to devastating news, no of those states this week, but think about those states in the political character of them. North Dakota Trump won it by thirty six points Tennessee by twenty-six Texas, by nine control. The Senate is being decided in Trump country in deep red pro-trump states. Now, flip it over the House. Democrats need a net gain a twenty three seats to pick up the house. How many districts are there in the house. House that are Republican held, but they voted for Hillary Clinton in two thousand sixteen the answer's twenty five. So the math gets different in the house. When you start talking about where we've seen the democratic energy, it could work in the house in be useless in the Senate. The Senate. That's my takeaway. There. This. Maybe not. We still have. It could be anything. I mean, we really don't know, and also it's so I mean, this is a lot about what your book is about where the tribalism started. I feel like it's so tribal now that in years past you could go against someone in your own party if they did something outrageous. And now everything is just my party Mike color. It's almost like the Crips and the bloods, same colors. Listen, he there was a poll taken in two thousand sixteen. There was a poll taken at twenty sixteen essentially asked people, would you be upset if your son or daughter married somebody from the other political party right in for Democrats and Republicans, both aunt both answered yes, over sixty percent. I mean, those are numbers used to give for interracial marriage..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher
"Again. To say you, how are you? I'm thankful you're here because I, I don't know whether you're a liberal or conservative. I mean you've worked a lot of people don't know this before though. That is not the first White House you worked in, right? You worked under Al Gore in the Clinton administration. So this is not new to you right now, I've been in politics for twenty years. This year. I went into the Clinton administration in nineteen ninety eight. How would you compare the two similar. Well, in one thousand nine hundred eight. We were going through an investigation by a guy named Ken Starr we were impeachment. There was a lot of corruption. There wasn't kind of corruption. Think Clinton was was colluding with Russia. No people were sleeping in the Lincoln bedroom and freaked out now. But you know, as as a young political, it was very interesting to watch. The investigation took a turn because it started out investigating one area and didn't up another. So it was very different. But also Washington doesn't change very much the president changes, but the swamp doesn't change very much. Well, I don't know about that either. I feel like the swamp has moved into the White House. I mean. I couldn't get any swampy come on. Okay, let's get right to it. I saw you. I mean, I'm not. I'm sorry, reality show fan, but I know you did when after you left and I remember seeing, okay, I remember seeing the promo of you like this going. It's so bash it was like an ad for a horror movie. It was get out. It's so bad. And how bad is it a because I'm the one who's always arguing with people in the cedar saying, oh, come on. We've seen worse before and I'm like, I don't know about that. I don't know if we've ever seen this. I don't know if we ever had a traitor in the White House. I don't know if a lot of things have ever been seen before. What do you think? What did you mean? You said it's so bad having conversations about immigration, and this is before we knew that Donald Trump was separating children from their parents at the borders and putting them in cages. And so I knew that a lot of that was coming down the pike. And so when I was asked, if it was going to get bad, it got pretty bad and those children are still separated from their parents. Many of them have not been reunited and it's just really unacceptable. And I believe that this president is causing so much damage to the institution wide you work for them. I mean, you said, you know. I mean, why did you go to work for him? You said because he was your friend. So if somebody's personal friendship, but you don't believe in their politics, you can overlook that. Yeah, you know what? Loyalty has kept me into situations. That logic would have gotten me out a lot sooner you. I was. I was very loyal to him. I met Donald Trump in two thousand and three. We did three see store and and and. One, one name person, rice need your one name, like share you. Well. No, I just said you need one name. I say, you do a residency at Caesar's. I don't think that would go, but no. But I mean, it kind of reminds me I know people whose to say to me, well, OJ was nice to me. You know as like, yeah, but you know, he's. He's a, no, I'm just share to OJ. Well, I I know know. I'm I'm just saying just because somebody's nice to you. I mean, you certainly must have known. He was a giant liar. I don't think is personality change. We know it didn't change when he got the White House, so you must have seen the racism and the hatred and the and the lying before you know, it's easy to say that hindsight is twenty twenty years ago. I didn't know that Donald Trump was going to be as insane and unhinged at he as he is. I mean, he's than when you knew him on the apprentice greatly, even just his his vocabulary. He is like six words that he says now huge very soon. Great back in the Borchert wrongly, strongly back in the Porsche, not a word, but. Okay. So, okay..
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
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on The View
"Oscar-winner Emma Thompson's not holding back when she hits the hot topics table tomorrow. Hey, now we're back with Russ. We just heard audio clip that you know who you knew. He knew he wasn't tell them the truth would folks still cheered them on. So you so that lying second nature in White House and you had to repeat everything he said, so. Do you think. You'll knowingly lied. To the American people who absolutely I would have left that meeting where you just heard Donald Trump, discuss how to obstruct Justice by going through law firm so that he could protect whatever crime. And he was insinuating that Hillary did this. We now know that he actually did that with the National Enquirer and possibly stormy, and we would have to go out as the comms team and repeat for Begum what you just heard that Hillary Clinton was involved with the Russia collusion, but she was engaged in some criminal activity because he said it, we would repeat what the president said. These are junior com staffers that were in this meeting when the president came in and told those blatant lies to them, and then we would go out as you heard, hope Hicks, Sarah, Huckabee Sanders and repeat those lives. She would repeal slice from the podium in the pressroom. This is something that's personal to me, and I've talked about it on the show. People in his administration denied that Trump called Haiti of black hole country. My husband is Haitian in your book on page two twenty. You said when you. Told Trump that you would be going to Haiti as part of a delegation for the presidential inauguration, he said, quote, why did you choose that shitty country as your first foreign trip? Yeah, did Trump call Haiti a blank whole country did, and he couldn't understand why I was so passionate about helping the people of Haiti at to remind him about his campaign commitments that he made to the Haitian community at to remind him that we have an obligation as the wealthiest company country in the world to take care of the poorest country in the world. And he was like, well, I think you should go and play Turnberry and wait until KT McFarland is confirmed and go to a better country. And he, yes, he referred to that country as an Lugo. We glad you came, you know, glad you. Thank you. Members of the audience, you are going home with a copy of unhip. Right.
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on The View
"But so so he told you then, Sarah Sanders came on and he was upset and he was, he felt like you all steamrolled her and that she did not defend him tough enough on the show and he's like, why didn't you do what? Omarosa did the way I told her to do it because she kind of looked weak and he hates for anyone to look specifically told me to come after you joy. I know. 'cause I'm not week. Yeah. So he was your audience. I watch it. People say to me how come it isn't go after you. Girls. I said, I don't think he cares about though. He's worked Donald. Oh, I knew he what. Let me if he were that Mr. bull there and your record from beginning. Why did why did it takes long for you to leave? Because as the only African American assistant to the president, the only African American senior staff or the only one working and what in the White House. I was afraid that the agenda that help folks in my community would be abandoned. And right now I can tell you that there was no African-American senior staffers serving in the White House and then he's he's in the department. Yeah, he doesn't make any decisions in the White House. Let me ask you this. You told the Hollywood reporter in two thousand sixteen I am living the American dream because of Donald Trump. Look at my career, the wealth and exposure that I've had. It's very difficult to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn't like black people and black women. Now you say Donald Trump is quote, truly racist. You also say, you've heard him use the n. word why this change? So look this on tape. I don't hold the tape. I've heard the tape, oh, and they've been talking about releasing releasing it. I'm suspecting they're going to release it around the midterms, but let me see what the n. word on Tang the tape. Yes, that will know his the Trump world cold will probably applaud when they hear him, say it because they're desensitized to races ways. But I want to answer your question sunny. When you're in a interpersonal relationship with somebody, if you find out that that person is an arsonist you're not going to stand by and keep handing them gasoline. I discovered that Donald Trump wasn't arsonist trying to burn down this country and at some way complicit. Handing him matches and giving him more few for his fires. At some point, you have to stop a toxic relationship. I was in a toxic relationship with Donald Trump, and I regret that I was so complicit. You know, Hillary Clinton was robbed at I was I was part of co conspirator in that robbing. For the rest of my life that I was a co conspirator along with the rest of these folks on this campaign who helped this conman get into all you mean she rob? She was because, you know, it's very clear. If you look at the report from the intelligence community that Russia assistant Donald Trump with getting elected, he may have nor it, but I actually respect the intelligence community and their findings in that report. Have you seen that report? I've seen that before airtight a right. So to that point of national security and administration, the op-ed, the New York Times off Ed that everyone's been talking about for this past week. Any thoughts on who it is? I've been very vocal about the fact that I believe that it is someone a senior staffer and Pence's office. I went through every and I went through every Email that came out of Pence's office because the tone of the it sounded very much like his chief of staff and sure enough. There's consistency in the writing style, the language of their chosen as well as how they positioned their count high up though, because it has I, you have to be a commissioned officer to be. Could can considered a senior staff member that means assistant to the president, deputy assistant to the president or special assistant. There's one hundred of them who did it. I've been very vocal and I don't wanna get sued, but I suspect that it might be his chief of staff is that being on telly, not no tenses. Cheap is that is that Dingle in a way? Because if you if you don't like Trump you like Pence, you want Pence to get the job, get rid of Trump, they're all we need lining up donors. He's already got a staff that helping suit..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on The View
"Next on arose reveals how she says the president prepped her to attack the co host the last time she was here. He's just using you as as often. First of all, no one uses. No one. Shoe knows who wrote the anonymous author and for the first time anywhere playing moose, secret recordings of Trump. One of the White House residence. Biggest defenders to one of his biggest nightmares. Like think we spoke on the on the unhinged baby? No, not. I'm hinge baby, but. I'm more. One of my favorite things was seeing you in that hatch. That funeral at the funeral and our ten hours at that funeral. And I and your mom was there at really the frankly, and they looked magnificent. But one of the things that is kind of crazy I think about all of this is one people started to hear that you had tape stuff. We like you, you record stuff. What we thought it was unusual, but apparently everybody now change everything. And so one of my big questions to you is where was the tape record? Wasn't in the bra, wasn't it? You know, fortunately I can't answer it because I'm right now going through arbitration with Donald Trump. He is sick entire legal team on me to stop any further release of tapes, and he wants to make sure that I am silence I don't talk about, you know, bribe Laura Trump offering me for fifteen thousand dollars per month. I mean they want to shut me down. And so every time it's like the announced that I was coming on my attorney who was backstage, got a phone call from his legal team RIA, and they said, what don't say just more. I mean, you read the bore me out, so he's threatening you. He's intimidating you or at least his team is this is what I think is also stunning reversal. He now says that he will not enforce a nondisclosure agreement with stormy Daniels and then on Friday, his former lawyer, Michael Cohen offered to tear up the NDA. You're in arbitration as you just mentioned over the comfort violation of my India, and you signed the NDA with the campaign thousand sixteen, but India does not cover crimes, Recco the type of corruption that I exposed when I played that tape of Laura Trump making that bribe to me, that's not covered by NDA. You cannot silent. So when when they're coming forward to expose corruption, but do you think he'll back down on this arbitration on this arbitration, just the way he has? No, sunny. He wanted to army wants to break me. He wants me to spend all my money on legal fees and legal bills. And then like he did with sunny more than likely once we request all the emails from the campaign that I was engaged in. They'll withdrawal. Okay. So you're gonna keep on fighting, oh, I'm going to keep on fighting. He's not gonna. To say that I was looking through the book and I'm paid two hundred and thirteen. The little thing about. And things struck me about it. Number one, he, he basically coached you before you came on the show. He was so upset because he said that you was constantly in his face in bologna, is face that you invited her on your show to talk about her jewelry, and then you see you don't invite people on the get booked, right? Yeah. He had a whole story. He had this whole story about Yale's relationships. He said that we used to be friends, which is not true. I went to his wedding, but that's was I knew somebody else. I was a friend. He thought he thought you were and and and then I kissed his ass. I, I don't want that self tanning on my lips. Okay. Pissed the last s I was my little baby when I gave birth and kissing babies, but that's the last asna kiss..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on The View
"So fingers crossed. We want to wish a happy new year to all of our Jewish friends who are watching we wanna congratulate John legend becoming an e got along with, yes, it is very. Along with MRs the three. So it's Tim rice and. Sir. Andrew Lloyd Webber for Jesus Christ superstar, which they did on NBC. So they all one AMI's which made them all he got one got. Now how many it's very exclusive club. It's what you've been a member for a minute, but they're only what v fifteen might be fifteen. Sixteen seventeen now I think everybody know what it is out there. To get an e guide. You have to get an EMMY a Grammy, a Tony and osmium. Yeah. Maybe. Yeah, I can take a little bit of time, but it's it's not a bad thing at all. Well, you might be able to if you wrote and produced in wrote the music and then read the, you know anything is possible. But let's talk about Serena Williams because she, she sees. Controversial loss at the US women's open on on Saturday, and it all started when the unpire warned her about illegally receiving coaching during the match which he took issue with, take a look. We don't have any code. I know you don't know that and understand why you may have thought that was coaching then telling you it's not. I don't cheat to in rather lupus. Dander took it out of the frame. Fabricated in my life. I have a daughter, Bernice, Dan was hard at Everton. So she had a point taken away for breaking Haracic. Then a whole game taken for verbally abusing the was fined seventeen thousand dollars. And I was trying to think back to remember when this happened to a mail player and I couldn't remember. I mean, we've seen a lot of describe if you watch tennis, you've seen a lot of different players. You know it's an Acura it's yes. John McEnroe was disqualified from the open in nineteen ninety for bad behavior. And he also received three code violations the US open nineteen eighty-seven. He's still one, but he was fine. The seventy five hundred dollars. He has been reprimanded. Awesome. Yeah, he had just yeah, prolific temporary. I mean he he has had advertisements based on his temper. They loud it. I I gotta tell you. I was I was there at the match and I didn't. And I I love tennis. I watch tennis. I play tennis. I didn't see it as abusive of. Of this chair? I, I really didn't. I think she took issue with the call and I think she did what a lot of men do across the board, not only in tennis, but all athletes in all sports. I mean, this is an elite athlete playing, you know, an elite match, and so I was, I was really surprised at it was with my mother-in-law. When was I? I was surprised at the at this taking a game from her. I mean, that is significant. And Billie Jean King actually wrote in the Washington Post. The effect was an abusive power Ramos, which was the cross the line. He made himself part of the match. And I think what was terrible about it was that it's took the victory away from NIO meal Sokha marriage, the Victor, the issuing Joining that. that way. It's sort of just took away the match from booth players in my that that's how it felt in this. It's sort of. It's unknown thing enforced that the referee or the empire. In this case, they should never be the headline right there there to sort of calm things down. It seemed like he only made it worse and worse. The point that that struck me the most from this was of soccer when she spoke to the crowd after Serena to her credit calmed down because she knew she was only one in that room that would be able to do that and say, this is the moment. She said, I know that everyone was cheering for her and I'm sorry that it had to end this way. What struck me was that she felt she had to apologize? Yes, because as women would you ever see a man who won the title like that and apologize for the way that had ended you wouldn't. I apologize for so many things and I connected with her in that moment. And I wondered why women do we feel we always have to be the one to apologize. She was Suli the better player..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"You down a little. Clearly. The campaign like Saudi. Right. We have to consider or cowry part of the concern that you know everything. And all the money down the rating dollars is directly from donors, small dollar carbon going. No, you were on the way now. I think we could work something out. Where would you rate along those lines? The civically haven't even the numbers, but we're talking about. Jay. Rendering. Brio is it tonight the New York Times reporting that the White House is concerned that Omarosa manigault Newman may have as many as two hundred recordings altogether joining me now or CNN political commentator Bakari sellers and Michael Caputo who was with the Trump campaign I in two thousand sixteen Michael. Thanks to both of you. First of all for joining us Michael listening to that tape there. When you hear the juxtaposition of the job offer at fifteen thousand dollars a month hundred eighty thousand dollars a year right after Larry Trump references, her concern that Mana Galt Newman has something in her back pocket. That was the phrasing she used. Does that sound to you? Like a quid pro quo. Of course, not. It sounds like she's being recruited to a campaign and they wanna make sure she's not going to speak badly of the candidate which she threatened to do. This happens every single day in American politics. I remember talking to a young veteran who wanted to join the convention in two thousand sixteen. She had spoken badly of the president after his commentary on Senator McCain. And I told her, I said, listen, we know that your veteran, we know that that upsets you. We just can't have any more of that. If you're coming over the convention. And she said, of course not, I support the president. There's that. Why would you hire someone? Because at this point she was just she was fired from the White House. And clearly Larry Trump had a concern not just the had said, critical things about the president in the past, but that she had some some good zone them in effect something in a back pocket. What? Why would the campaign hire that person. That's kind of funny that you say that you know, American first policies, the campaign people who've left the White House have gone to these places. I expect more people to leave the White House and go to the outside political committees. I mean, Omarosa all her life has failed up. And so when she left the White House, it sounded like the president still wanted to help her out, which to me speaks volumes about his how much he trusted this person and she she didn't deserve a bit of it. I can tell you when I was asked to join the George H W Bush campaign after working on Jack Kemp campaign. In my interview, they asked me if I was okay with stopping with the criticism that I used to make when I worked for Jack Kemp and the things that I wrote for Jack Kemp. This is business as usual because sellers businesses usual.
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"And even when you listen to the news coverage of Imran Khan, they may as well be describing an even more tanned version of President Trump zero experiencing government, but he promises a new Pakistan. Khan has widened his appeal by costing himself as a populist around con represents a strong muscular nationalism. He did conservative positions women's rights issues as able to contradict himself along the same speech. It's amazing how that used to be considered a career ender, but now pundits talk about it like it's a skill they're like, well, you know, he's able to contradict himself in the same speech, which is really good and really bad, and it turns out the more you look, the more you realize these similarities have spent their entire lives right. When Trump was doing Pizza Hut. Ads con wasn't ads for Pepsi. Trump had three marriages in the tabloids. So did con- Trump thinks Islam is bad com lives in this llama bad. I should've stuck. Behead the rhythm, kept me going. In fact, these guys are so alike that shortly before he was elected con was also embroiled in a sexual harassment scandal and just like Trump he got through its and for some strange reason, Billy Bush got fired again. Been trying to start a new life. And that would be one thing if the two leaders were just the same. But what's mind blowing is that they use the same costing director to find their supporters. Donald Trump's rowdy campaign rallies getting increasingly violent, his followers of eight young, but they're known for being very rude, unbathed destructive. There are thousands of people inside this just to catch a glimpse, Donald Trump, thousands of Pakistanis waking today, hero Imran, hey, rockstar reception for Donald Trump, his private plane right into his Arizona rally, like a rock gone arriving at a set outcomes Imran's flying with them into a frenzy. I love how people are impressed by someone in an aircraft like it's the nineteen twenties just like, look, he's up in the sky like bad. You should be. The need. And look, don't get me wrong. I'm not saying Imran Khan is the Brown Trump, right? Although that would be funny if Trump just woke up Brown, that would, I think. I think that would be a great movie who would just be him building a wall to protect us from himself just like we've got to build a wall because I come in, no, no, no, no. Look, I'm not saying Imran Khan is the Brown Trump. I'm saying that Imran Khan is one of many leaders around the world who is following the successful formats of the hit show called the Trump presidency, including apparently using the same rights as people love me. And you know what? I've been very successful. Everybody loves me. Someone like me who's blessed with everything. Everything doesn't need anything, and there's so much love from these people that system is set up so that the crooked politicians can make sure they get somebody in. That's not, you know, part of what we're doing, but we're gonna light in the much of status in one addition. Ruikun mafia. I'm not gonna lie. It sounds a bit better hearing Trump's phrases with Bollywood music in the background just doesn't mastering to build though. So look, I don't know if prime minister Khan will turn out exactly like President Trump. All I'm saying is if you were planning to move to Pakistan to escape Trump, you might wanna pick someplace else. We'll be right back. My guest tonight of eleven months in the Trump White House before she was fired from her role as director of communications for the office of public liaison. Now, she's out with a new book unhinged an inside as account of the Trump White House. Please welcome. Omarosa manigault Newman..
"omarosa manigault newman" 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..
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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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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
"Primary contest in Wisconsin and Minnesota are providing the latest, test of. The strength of Donald Trump's appeal among working class voters Democrats appear particularly motivated in Wisconsin where eight candidates are vying for the chance to take on, Republican governor Scott Walker and Minnesota democratic hopes for a Blue Wave could be undermined by accusations of domestic violence involving democrat, Keith Ellison primaries are also taking place, in Vermont and Connecticut
Trump Calls Omarosa Manigault Newman ‘That Dog’ in His Latest Insult
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"And serious injuries are being reported after a bridge collapsed on a main highway in the Italian city of Genoa it happened during a sudden. Violent storm cars were sent. Plunging, about eighty meters are more than two hundred and sixty feet into a. Heap of rubble below, a car crash as that of, London's parliament's being treated as terrorism the driver has been arrested police say three people were, hurt when the car plowed into, pedestrians and cyclists please inequity for say a couple dozen people have died and several others have been hurt when a bus overturned on a highway near the capital the Colombian-registered bus hit another vehicle early Tuesday President Trump's. Calling his former advisor Omarosa manigault Newman a dog Trump's tweeted a barrage of insults
Trump, Newman and President discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"President Trump's campaign hitting Omarosa manigault Newman with legal action for, her alleged violation of. A nondisclosure agreement the arbitration being filed for the agreement that was reportedly signed in two thousand sixteen President Trump and Newman have been engaged in. A war? Of words since the former reality TV, star released to tell, all, book about her time as. A White House
President Trump, Omarosa Manigault Newman and President discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"Now President Trump's campaign filed for arbitration today against fired White House aide and. Former apprentice contestant Omarosa manigault Newman. Campaign claims that Omarosa reached her confidentiality agreement and she claims that her tell all. Book that she has tapes of the president using the n. word several
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"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"So I guess it's not surprising to see it come up in a big way in a really heavily hotly contested congressional primary and you're going to see it happen. And not just in the primary, but in the general election, because the person who led that big union fight is the governor Scott Walker who is on the ballot again, running for reelection for his third time, and there's no way that Democrats don't turn this into another conversation about those union rules. Let's head to the northeast beautiful this time of year Connecticut and Vermont. Let's start in Vermont. What are you guys watching? Vermont, Danielle the governor's race first and foremost. So on the Republican side, you have Phil, Scott. He is. He's interesting. I mean, not in the sense of the primaries, but in the sense of he is a Republican governor in a pretty blue states, and he is still relatively popular for being in a pretty blue state. He's eddy's heavily. He is heavily favored to win this race in November. Let's be clear here. And another Republican in politics with Scott either as their first neighborhood last night, there are so many Republican governors with Scott in their name is so confusing. Are you trying to send a tip out to people who are planning their baby names if they want? Have you know, future Republicans successful or handicapping putting money down? I I don't know. don't know. But on the democratic side, you have four people running. And this is a very interesting race in part of just because of who is running. I, you have Christine hall Quist. She is getting a lot of attention because she is a transgender woman. She is the former executive of the Vermont, electric co-op. So she is running on conservation. She's running on getting economic development to rural areas in Vermont is of a heavily rural state, a majority of people in Vermont live in rural areas on top of that, you have James Ehlers, you have you have James Ehlers who is the executive of a of a conservation nonprofit. You have Brenda Siegel, but you also have a guy named Ethan Sonneborn who is distinguished because he is fourteen, which is exactly when we were talking about this earlier. I didn't even know that you could run for governor at fourteen, but apparently in Vermont, you can in the great state of her Mont. There is no age cutoff for running for governor. You do have to be a resident of the state, of course, and Mr. sauna. Born is, but I've seen these stories where his his senior campaign staff are also teenagers like he has his friends on his campaign. And this just reminds me of parks and rec and kid mayor. I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that you can run for governor of Vermont at any age, but I don't know that you can win, but at any rate, watching the watching the democratic primary on that side that is going to be interesting just to see what happens and you know, should MS hall Quist win. It could potentially be historic. Okay. And finally we have Connecticut. Yeah, we're watching the congressional race there..
Omarosa Manigault Newman leaks audio of Trump allegedly reacting to her firing: 'I don't love you leaving at all'
"Now he's also attacking, former White House assistant Emma Rosa manigault Newman over her new book and leaked audiotapes of president writing of Omarosa on Twitter when. General Kelly came on board he told me she was a, loser nothing but problems I told him to try working it out if. Possible because she only, say great, things about me until she.
Trump, Rush Limbaugh and President discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"President Trump responds to leak, audio recordings, of White, House meetings made by former administration staffer Omarosa manigault. Newman including one that came? Right after she was fired. So what's going on News at you thinking. About leaving what happened general Kelly general Kelly came to, me and, said that, you guys wanted me to leave I nobody even. Told me about it But I didn't know she released a recording over. The weekend from the actual firing in the, situation room today the. President tweeted wacky Omarosa who got fired three times on the. Apprentice now got fired for the last time manigault. Newman as a book coming out tomorrow
Omarosa releases taped conversations with Trump and Kelly
"Former presidential, adviser Omarosa manigault Newman, says, she secretly recorded some of the conversation she. Had in the White House during her tenure there and she says one of those recordings is of her being fired by chief of staff John Kelly in. The high security situation room she played parts, of, her conversation with Kelly on her appearance on NBC's meet the, press yesterday important understand if we make this a friendly departure We. Can all be you know you can look at look at your time, here in the White, House, is a year of service to the nation Then you can go on without any type of difficulty in, the future relative to your reputation manigault Newman said the recording is one of. Many she secretly taped for her, own
Rival Korea leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September
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Bloomberg, White House and Arosa discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
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Al Sharpton to Preach at Mount Zion First African Baptist Church
"On the year anniversary of the violent demonstration in Charlottesville Virginia a group of about, two dozen white nationalist March through the heart. Of the nation's capital CBS's Steve, Dorsey is there in a steady rain the small. Group of white nationalist, left. The rally in the front of the White House with a police escort avoiding a confrontation with so-called anti-fascist Kellner protesters at one point group of masked counter. Demonstrators began turning on police throwing, eggs in, water bottles. And shooting flares ultimately the number of protesters dwarf the small group, of white nationalists never crossing
Omarosa Manigault Newman claims to have taped John Kelly firing her
"From the White House rival protests nearly underway marking the one year anniversary of a. Deadly clash between right white right protesters and counter demonstrators in. Charlottesville Virginia a small group of white supremacists, making their way to the park with quite a large. Police presence surrounding them the group is small reportedly. About two dozen people while the number of counter protesters there is already more than a. Thousand President Trump is on vacation. But says via Twitter he condemns all types of racism ABC's chief, White House. Correspondent Jonathan, Karl looks at how the president's messages going over in terms of coming. Together as a nation it's not a successful one at this point we had a a recent. Poll by
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Both suddenly are on the battleground to me what's interesting. It's not a Trump thing. If it was just Trump tweets, people getting upset. We'd see leakage across the Republican base. We don't see that we see it as you mentioned specific demographic, suburban, Saint marks. Yep. So these guys men, women working IT supply chain. You go to this office parks, what do you know this one? They're diverse to the benefit from the global economy. They like free trade. They like immigration. And so this is the entire Republican party leaving behind major part of their base this a White House? No, this I, the whitest political staff knows this does the president president doesn't know it Chuck because he's prepared to go out on the campaign trail. And based on my conversations, he's going to be out at least forty days after election day. But here's the reality check. When you talk to his political team, they say, look, we're going to be smart about this. Not every event is going to be a rally. There may be some roundtables Ivanka Trump is going to be out as well. They realize that he's not gonna play well in every district. But the wildcard is, is he going to actually drive some Republicans away. And is he going to energize basics governor that he might have simultaneous you drove up the base and that district when he did that rally, but may have turned out even more suburban, actually, President Obama and President Trump or very similar in one way. They both have a core of thirty thirty five percent people who no matter what they did, they wouldn't leave him. It's the additional percentage on what are they going to do and President Obama lost the midterms because they didn't come out to vote. That's the danger of President Trump very similar dynamics on if there is an undertow that undertow might be called Pelosi. And I'm curious of your thoughts here you had to leave, who is the person who's gonna replace John Conyers and metro Detroit? And she said. You know what? She thinks that she would probably not vote for her, and it was interesting when I heard the word probably, but there is a growing number of lawmakers say that is she going to be speaker? If Democrats take control, you've been there. You know her, you know how this works on the inside. How strong is hold on this caucus. First of all, Nancy Pelosi is the best vote counter ever and she's not going to run for speaker unless she believes that she can get the votes to do it. I just don't see where the transition plan will be. I mean, you look at the various factions of of the party and I can see an vote. That's a majority winner takes all. Then she comes out ahead in that, but you know what I think she made deserve it. I mean, she's already raised almost ninety million dollars for Democrats at Carson country. She knows that, you know, she can be a lightning rod, and you know what she says. She says, just win baby because she knows that when they come in, they're going to have to make the decision. She's the one who brought them and could she be the difference between a majority and. A governing majority David I mean is this is look. They used Pelosi at the end was that worth? Fifteen hundred votes may not have been worth fifteen thousand, but was it worth fifteen hundred and awhile while and then I followed the history of the democrat party. So I'm asking, how are they going to find a screwed up this time and. They were away, but they're not doing the obvious things. You know, the obvious things would be the swing super far left. They're not really doing that candidates and with Pelosi it's become the symbol of change, but she's a great speaker and they it'd be a big, yeah. All right. I'm gonna leave it there. Thank you. All wonderful panel. Thanks for watching everybody. We're going to be back next week because if it's Sunday, it's meet the press. Thanks for listening to NBC's, meet the press with Chuck Todd podcast. You can listen to MSNBC twenty four hours a day, seven days a week on tune in or subscribe today to tune in premium for a specially curated experience..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Back data download time. If November is truly going to be a wave for Democrats taking about the house, they're not just going to win the so-called poss- up racist. They've got to win the next wrung out places like Ohio's twelfth congressional district where Democrats turned a district, the Republican incumbent won by thirty seven points. Donald Trump won by eleven point two, two thousand sixteen into quite the nail biter last Tuesday night. So what is it about Ohio? Twelve? Well, it's literally that next run out when you think about it via cities, it includes some of the outer suburbs of Columbus, a rapidly growing city as well as large rural areas. And there are places like Ohio twelve across the country. These districts you could argue with the GOP's original majority makers this decade. Many GOP legislators drew these district specifically after the last census in order to guarantee a Republican majority, there are places like Missouri second, the suburbs of Saint Louis cook, political report rates. This district likely Republican, but with more Democrats. Republicans showing up to vote and last week's primary things may get more uncomfortable there for the GOP. There's Washington's fifth district. This is the district home to Spokane, Washington eastern, Washington, Seattle, and the western side. It's a mix of urban and rural areas just like Ohio, twelve Democrats win here. They defeat Cathy McMorris, Rogers, top-ranking woman and Republican leadership. She went to last election by nearly twenty points cook rates. This district as now lean Republican. Let's take it a Kansas second district and includes some suburbs of Kansas City. Let's say large world swath of the state as well. 2016 Republican by twenty eight points just this week, cook moved it over to their tossup. Column. Finally will leave you with Wisconsin's first congressional district covering the outer suburbs of Milwaukee and Racine Wisconsin. The seat went Republican by a whopping thirty. Five points in the last election could cook only rates. It though lean Republican in part because it's an open seat this time around vacated by this speaker. House Paul, Ryan. That's right. There is a good chance. Paul, Ryan's congressional seat goes to a democrat in November. Look, we've talked a lot about Democrats taking over the suburb, but that next running out our where the suburbs start bleeding into the Serbs which bleed into rural areas. These are the battleground districts in a wave you the difference between a wave in a non way. When we come back and game growing number of Democrats say it's time for Nancy. Pelosi is step aside is their house leader. She says they'll do better with who's right..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Welcome back panelists here. Pat mccrory, former Republican governor in North Carolina. Now, current radio talk show host on WBZ in Charlotte, former democratic congresswoman, Donna Edwards of Maryland, NBC news, White House correspondent Kristen, Welker, and New York Times columnist. David Brooks. David. What do you go from here? Donald Trump Omarosa. You know, everybody sturdy here. That's what strikes me. It's the snake pit in the White House is she said everybody was lying to each other. Everybody behaving despicably take your colleagues firing people in in whatever manner Trump delegating. It's just a lowering thing to hear about the way this White House works. We've heard it over and over again and the to me the dangerous thing. It gets. It's all intermix for the most sensitive subject in American history. Yeah, which is race. And so you combine poisonous politics with racial bigotry and racial unfairness, and it could get very ugly. If this tape exists in the comes out in October, that will put race right in the middle of the election and a very explosive way. And the one thing I take away from all this is a lot of my friends are Trump supporters, and they say, you know, I don't pay attention to that nonsense. I'd like some of the policies. Well, nobody remembers where George Wallace stood on Tetra for, that's what matters. Is that familiar with her descriptions of her. Time in the White House and what you've seen in the book, was it familiar? Well, it was. And a couple of things struck me. One. I go back to some of the early days. The tensions that existed between morose and some of the top officials there who felt as though she over promised and under delivered. She would push that back on that assessment. But she said something that really struck me, which is that once she left, there's really been no one who's replaced her. I spent the weekend on the phone with a number of officials trying to say, well, who is now the point person for the African American community who was directing this outreach and there is no name. They say, hey, wait a minute. Look at the policies. The African American unemployment has come down. We're working on prison reform, and we're coordinating with leaders within the community on that. But again, Chuck there's no one in the White House who's really taking the charge. And I think that's going to be increasingly a problem for them. You spend a lot of time on talk radio. So you hear probably from the Trump ace how they're going to react to this. I don't think they're going to trust her. I don't trust her being a former governor. And former mayor wouldn't trust anyone who secretly recorded the chief of staff and other employees, which we don't know how many other employees during her tenure in the White House. It's a very unprofessional thing to do. It's extremely unethical in any work environment from journalism to business to politics. And I think doing that is terrible and I might add that I thought, what do you think she learned from though? Could it be she right that it's in your poll top down and that all everything does the cesspool you didn't hear from the chief of staff that she has staff handled that extremely professionally? My chief of staff when I was governor who is African American fired people on my behalf, and they took them out of the office. You do this all work environments. You do this all work environments. And if you've been to the west wing, it's a very small west wing. They're not many rooms to go to. And the situation room is probably a good room to go to. By the way, I'd recommend the White House higher Thomas stiff, my former chief-of-staff. He'd be excellent representing not. Just the minority community, but be an excellent dot cater for the White House, Donna. How's the African American community gonna react to her and the questions like you're here now? I think it's a mixed bag because she knew about Donald Trump from housing discrimination to the central park, five to the Mexicans as rapist to Charlottesville. I mean, the list is at birtherism. The list is so long, and so there's nothing that I think African Americans are going to take from that and say, well, you know, why is this your, you know, sort of come to reality moment. All many of us knew those things about Donald Trump before, and we're not surprised to hear them and we don't understand. I don't understand why she surprised either..
"omarosa manigault newman" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"I'm saying it right now release it with the American people can see that I worked my butt off to make a difference in this country and they were looking for ways to frame me. And then they tried to buy off my silence which is also unlawful. All right. I'm going to get to get to that in a second, but the Daily Beast in September of seventeen. When you're saying people were really the daily, I want to ask, I want to ask you this. It says here that you were called the most despised person in the White House that you would hijack White House meetings that you would distract President Trump with negative news coverage. Could those be the reasons why John Kelly chose to fiery? Well, at least they didn't call me the coffee girl. I mean, that's that's an upgrade to their usual Goto excuses that they make when they mistreat people. People despise that I was close to this president that I had access to him that I talked to him often influenced policy-making. I will admit to you Chuck. There were times that Donald Trump asked me to do things that were just downright bizarre. He would say, go and pull up this article about, for instance, Joe Scarborough and Mika. I want to know about this and that I wondered, of course what he asked me. It wasn't as press secretary, but it was because he was working around the people who would put these guards at. Can I I. confide negative coverage? I was giving him whatever the president calls you and says, get this and that for me, I did it. Yes, I was one of the people feeding him the things that he asked for because he is the president of the United States when he calls and ask you answer, are you talked about that you were offered a job on the campaign? You have shown me the Email that offer. I have read the offer that you receive from Laura Trump. It wasn't from Laura. Trumpet was emailed to from the campaign and I want to put up the nondisclosure agreement here. It is a very stringent one. It said this the no disparagement clause during the term of your service and at all times thereafter you here by promising agree, not to demeanor disparage publicly in any form or through any medium. The campaign Mr. Trump Mr. pent and Trumper tennis company. Any Trumper Pence family member, and he Trump repents family member company or an asset any of the foregoing on by the way to avoid any doubt at the bottom of the graph, you agree that this show survive the Terminator. Of this agreement, pursuant paragraph, ten, did they did you think they were offering you a real job in the campaign? Or do they want you to sign this every minute they were not offering a real job. They told me I could work from home if I even wanted to work, they didn't really care if I showed up. In fact, there are several former employees from the White House who actually signed this agreement who are all being paid fifteen thousand dollars for their silence. The only reason unholy believe all these people that are on the campaign are being that left. The west wing campaign are being bought off. Absolutely. The campaign, the RNC in America first, which is why Sean Spicer was describing Donald Trump as a unicorn jumping over rainbows because he signed this same agreement. Final question for you. We're going to have. Before the apprentice you wrote that you read the art of the deal and your plan was to MIR his behavior? Yes. Here's one of the things he wrote in that book. He said, the final key to the way I promote his bravado, I call it truthful hyperbole. It's an innocent form of exaggeration and very effective form of promotion anywhere in this book. When you have the Michael Cohen, chewing a Donald Trump chewing up a piece of paper, any of this stuff that we should look at his truthful, hyperbole, truthful. Hypo really, no. I have documentation a whole treasure trove documentation for everything that you see in this book and people should be asking what Donald Trump and Michael Cohen discuss in that Oval Office meeting to make him so irritate it to rip up the paper that was in front of him and then put it in his mouth..
President Donald Trump, President and Washington discussed on The Inside Outside Guys
"The, unite the, right rally is set, for Washington DC this afternoon marking one year since a, similar rally in Charlottesville Virginia corresponded Sarah Westwood says President Donald Trump had. Very little to say regarding this. Event we haven't heard much from the president on this topic beyond a tweet he put out yesterday condemning racism President Trump is here in, New Jersey wrapping up the. Last full day of his working vacation as those. White nationalist gather back in Washington just outside the White