Trump just launched his most disgusting attack yet at Omarosa in vile morning tweet


Per his ongoing feud with ousted former Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault-Newman, Trump continued his disdainful and overtly sexist campaign on Twitter this morning.

The President of the United States ratcheted up their dispute with a slew of personal insults, including one in particular that speaks volumes about how he views women.

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Not only is Trump admitting that he gave a job to someone he apparently knew was a “crazed, crying lowlife” at a massive rate of $180,000 per year on the taxpayers’ dime, but such an admission flies in the face of the president’s claim that he will only hire the “best people.” A “crazed, crying lowlife” does not quite seem like the most qualified candidate to hold any position in the White House.

This morning’s tweet is a continuation of yesterday’s attacks in the same vein, which came amid the revelation that Omarosa had been secretly recording Trump and others.


Most tellingly, imagine the level of narcissism it takes that, despite maintaining that Omarosa was “nothing but problems,” “vicious,” and “not smart,” Trump kept her because she complimented him.


Manigault Newman, who first appeared with Trump on “Celebrity Apprentice” before serving in the White House, admitted that she was offered a $15,000 per month contract to stay silent after being fired.

The hush money payment is only the latest in what has become a long list of women whose silence Trump attempted to buy, including – and most prominently – porn star Stormy Daniels, who has risen to fame with her candid disclosure of Trump’s behavior.

Manigault Newman, for her part, denied the offer, opting instead to go ahead with her book, “Unhinged: An Insider Account of the Trump White House,” excerpts of which have been released to several news outlets.


She has leveraged the honesty of the book against several recordings she took from people in the White House, including the president himself.

While Trump may feel justified in calling Omarosa a “dog,” his treatment of women would suggest that the label would be better suited for him.

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Brian Tyler Cohen

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Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.