Sarah Sanders’s Correction of Jobs Stats Felt Rare Because It Was

The Huffington Post reported that former White House staffer Omarosa Manigualt Newman told at least three longtime Trump aides that Mc Clain played a tape for her during a White House meeting in December 2017 that included the president using the N-word

Sarah Sanders’s Correction of Jobs Stats Felt Rare Because It Was

Manigault Newman, who contends in her new book that she was offered a hush-money contract with the Trump campaign paying $15,000 a month, is hardly the first erstwhile staffer to find a lucrative off-ramp in the expanse of pro-Trump political organizations.

Trump recently tweeted that it took the "dumbest man on television" - also an African-American - to make James "look smart", and he regularly refers to Waters as "low I.Q".

Brian Kilmeade says Omarosa "seems to have outsmarted the President". Trump then memorably said Sessions "should stop this Rigged Witch Hunt right now, before it continues to stain our country any further".

But on Tuesday, he ratcheted up the war of words - to a level of nastiness rarely seen, even from a president who has shown he does not pull punches when insulting his critics.

"That is so weird that Trump used dog as an insult", said Colbert.

"The President is an equal opportunity person that calls things like he sees it. He always fights fire with fire and doesn't hold back on doing that across the board", Sanders said.

Brian Kilmeade likened it to when Trump last fell for that strategy, back when former flatterer Michael Wolff was plugging his salacious White House intrigue book Fire And Fury: Inside the Trump White House.

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman's new book about the Trump White House hit store shelves today.

CBS News' parent company, CBS Corp, owns Simon and Schuster Inc, which published her book. "In Trump World, everyone lies".

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Because you went in [the Situation Room], just like you're hear and you boldfacely walked in with a recorder device.

"That happened a number of times because Omarosa is a bully", Pierson said.

She has since stepped up her attacks on Trump as she promotes her book, calling the President "a racist, a misogynist, a bigot". The former Apprentice contestant also wrote that Melania and Donald's relationship is seriously on the rocks: "In my opinion, Melania is counting every minute until he is out of office and she can divorce him".

Her remarks came hours after the president's campaign announced it was filing an arbitration action against Manigault Newman alleging she's broken a secrecy agreement. "Mr. Trump is a white supremacist, he has surrounded himself with white supremacists, and everything that comes out of that White House is racist".

First lady Melania Trump and the president's other advisers knew the commander-in-chief would likely be unable to control his rage, but they gave it a shot anyway, Axios reported.

In addition to speaking publicly about her experiences in Trump's White House, Manigault Newman has been releasing audio recordings of conversations and meetings held in the building, including a snippet of one she says is of her telephone conversation with Trump the day after she was sacked in December by White House chief of staff John Kelly.

And Trump, despite his reality-television catch-phrase, is loath to fire anyone from his inner circle, preferring to keep receiving their public and private adoration.

Asked whether she could guarantee such a recording would never surface, Sanders said: "I can't guarantee anything, but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly".

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