Trump just responded to reports about his assistant’s firing by feuding with Omarosa

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On Saturday morning, President Donald Trump addressed the abrupt firing of his longtime assistant, Madeline Westerhout and attempted to lazily do some damage control in response to the reports that her departure had to do with some remarks about the President’s often forgotten middle daughter, Tiffany. 

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Yesterday, POLITICO reported that Westerhout had had a couple too many drinks and said some things she shouldn’t have to reporters, particularly about her close relationship with the president and his alleged perception that his daughter Tiffany was overweight.

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Given how painful it must be to read in the blogs that your father doesn’t want to be in pictures with you because of your appearance, one might think that the President would be focused on making her feel better and assuring her — and the nation — that this is not the case.

But of course, he wouldn’t be Donald Trump if he wasn’t hyperfocused on punishing all and any slights against him. Trump spent much more time assuring Westerhout that she was still in his good graces and then for some reason reviving his feud with former White House aide Omarosa Manigault than he did consoling his daughter.

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It really is something to see the President of the United States show less sincere affection for his daughter than he does for his TiVo. “I love Tiffany, doing great!” is strongly reminiscent of the time he said that his son Don Jr. was a “high-quality person” after his secret meeting with Russian agents at Trump Tower was exposed.

He is obviously still seething over Omarosa’s inevitable decision to cash in on her bizarre White House stint by writing a tell-all book, releasing embarrassing recordings that she had made in the White House,  and becoming a vocal Trump critic.

One has to wonder what the Polish government will think once they learned that President Trump canceled his official trip in order to tweet about Omarosa and play golf.

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.

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