Omarosa just snitched on Trump’s Russian treason in explosive MSNBC interview

The president’s burgeoning feud with former Apprentice contestant and White House staffer Omarosa Manigault went nuclear on Tuesday when she released a secret recording of Trump officials discussing how they would try to spin the leak of a tape in which President Trump said a racial slur.

After Trump went to Twitter and lashed out, calling her a “dog” and a “lowlife,” Omarosa immediately got her revenge by joining MSNBC’s Katy Tur and publicly threw Trump under the proverbial bus — the one being driven by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

When asked whether or not Donald Trump knew about the emails that had been stolen from Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager before their release by transparency organization Wikileaks shortly before the 2016 election, Omarosa was unequivocal in her assessment of Trump’s guilt.

If it’s true that Trump knew about the emails before they came out, that almost certainly means that he was in contact with either Russian agents or their Wikileaks middlemen, and thus was actively colluding with them in order to tilt the 2016 election in his favor.

In short, she all but confirmed that the President committed treason.

Omarosa revealed that she’s already been interviewed by the Robert Mueller investigation and that she’s only just getting started with her one-woman crusade to bring her former boss to justice.

“There is a lot of corruption that went on both in the campaign and the White House. I am going to blow the whistle on all of it. I am very interested in exposing what was happening behind the scenes,” declared a defiant Omarosa, who wouldn’t say if she had more secret recordings of Trump but promised that she had handed over everything to Mueller for his examination.

“It is interesting that he is trying to silence me. What is he trying to hide, what is he afraid of? If he had not said anything that is derogatory or demeaning to African Americans and women, why would he go to this extent to shut me down?”

Natalie Dickinson

Natalie is a staff writer for the Washington Press. She graduated from Oberlin College in 2010 and has been freelance blogging and writing for progressive outlets ever since.