Omarosa: President Trump is racial, but he's not a racist

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    Trump likes KFC that's all....not a racist bone in his body
     
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    Omarosa: President Trump is racial, but he's not a racist

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    Manigault Newman, a former star of Trump’s TV show “The Apprentice,” served as director of communications for the White House’s Office of Public Liaison prior to her resignation this week.?
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    So this dumb bitch was "Director of Communications" but she doesn't know the difference between an adjective and a noun?

    Is that foul odor Affirmative Action at work?
     
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    Ms. Manigault-Newman was correct in making a distinction between the words "racist" and "racial" (or "racialist"),

    A "racist" -- in my opinion -- is someone who automatically dislikes another person because of that person's skin color or eye shape. A racist will verbally or physically mistreat someone of another ethnicity. (A person of ANY ethnicity can be a racist.)

    A "racialist" -- in my opinion -- is someone who treats all ethnicities with perfect courtesy and who respects every person's rights under the law. A racialist NEVER uses verbal or physical threats.

    Here is an example that I recently came across. Let's call him "Joe."

    When "Joe" wants to take an elevator, he will not enter that enclosed area if he notices that the only other occupants are teenagers or twentysomethings who -- he thinks -- may harm him.

    Some people would call "Joe" a racist if those elevator occupants happen to belong to a particular ethnicity.

    Other people disagree. They would point out that Joe simply does not want to take any chances that he might be in physical harm.

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    I agree with Ms. Manigualt-Newman that President Trump is NOT a racist.

    I agree with her that he is "racial" (or a "racialist"). That is to say, he takes into consideration the differences between the various ethnicities, and he is proud of his ethnicity, just as every other American is proud of his/her ethnicity.
     
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    Remember, to the left anyone who disagrees with any of their preconceived ideas is a racist.
     
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    Clinton WH Staffers Got Stuck With Omarosa Too, and Their Stories Are Horrible

    Her story is unraveling minute by minute. We are learning just what a kind of person she truly is.



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

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

    But it gets worse.

    Citing People, The Daily Caller reported that a former staffer complained that everyone else found themselves “in trouble” because Manigault-Newman “didn’t do her job.”

    Much more @ Clinton WH Staffers Got Stuck With Omarosa Too, and Their Stories Are Horrible

    Long-Time Friend Flips on Omarosa, Debunks N-Word Claim Point-by-Point @ Long-Time Friend Flips on Omarosa, Debunks N-Word Claim Point-by-Point

    Instead of summarizing this, here’s an extended segment: Judge for yourselves.

    Republican pollster Frank Luntz was the first to push back after he discovered that he was named in the book in relation to the “flat-out false” claim, and criticized Manigault-Newman and her publisher for failing to verify the account with him prior to publishing.

    But Luntz was not alone in the pushback, as he was soon joined by a formerly close friend and confidante of Manigault-Newman — campaign and administration official Lynne Patton — who just released an official statement that seemingly debunks Manigault-Newman’s claim point-by-point.

    Patton revealed that Manigault-Newman had attempted to contact her a few days ago but had refused to accept the call, and further explained how she believed that Manigault-Newman was lying about the alleged “N-word” tape.

    To be clear, at no time did I participate in a conference call with Katrina Pierson advising me, Jason Miller and Omarosa Manigault-Newman that Frank Luntz had heard President Donald J. Trump use a derogatory racial term — a claim that Luntz himself has also denied,” she wrote.

    Instead, Patton recalled receiving a call from Manigault-Newman on the night she’d been fired in which the scorned former employee referenced the supposed “N-word” tape and urged Patton to resign from the administration prior to the tape being released.

    Patton proceeded to explain that she knew at that time the person who allegedly possessed the tape, according to Manigault-Newman, and how that individual “confirmed that they have no tape, never had possession of a tape, never claimed to have possession of a tape and never played such a tape for Ms. Manigault-Newman.”

    That individual has since been revealed by Manigault-Newman, and thus confirmed by Patton, as former “Apprentice” producer Bill Pruitt, a mutual friend, who again confirmed just now “that he does NOT have an audio tape of President Trump using the ‘N-word’ and has NEVER had an audio tape of President Trump using the ‘N-word.’ Period.”

    Based upon her conflicting accounts and the newfound information revealed in my statement, it should be abundantly clear to everyone that not only is her book a complete work of fiction, but that the existence of this elusive ‘N-word’ tape is a figment of her imagination and merely a destructive tool of manipulation applied only when it best serves her interests,” Patton wrote.

    Breitbart noted that Trump campaign adviser Katrina Pierson similarly debunked Manigault-Newman’s claims in a Monday night appearance on Fox News, and rightly pointed out the numerous times the now-scorned accuser had publicly attested to the media that Trump was not a racist person, both during and after her time working for him.

    Much more, including videos, @ Long-Time Friend Flips on Omarosa, Debunks N-Word Claim Point-by-Point

    Even Late-Night Hosts Are Skewering ‘Backstabber’ Omarosa @ Even Late-Night Hosts Are Skewering 'Backstabber' Omarosa
     

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