Dem Rep Wilson on Trump Calling Omarosa a ‘Dog’: ‘How Dare He?’

Tuesday, Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) reacted to President Donald Trump’s tweet referring to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman as a “dog,” asking “how dare” the president call a “woman of color” that. When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn’t work out. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 14, 2018 “How dare he? He has taken this country to its knees,” Wilson charged. “We already have racism raining down all over America. People can’t even enjoy themselves. They can’t even enjoy an evening out. Wilson pointed out how Trump “has a nickname for everyone,” adding her nickname for the president is “Don and the first-grade reader.” She later stated, “Lebron James said it correctly when he said racism has always existed, but President Trump has emboldened the racists to come forward without any fear of punitive actions and we have got to stop this because I could be next.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent

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Trump Campaign Files Arbitration Against Omarosa for Breaking NDA

President Donald Trump’s campaign filed arbitration against Omarosa Manigault-Newman on Tuesday in a New York City court, accusing the former White House aide of violating a 2016 non-disclosure agreement. 

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CBS News Suggests ‘N-Word’ Tape Exists, Omits Aide’s Suggestion that It Does Not

CBS News reported Tuesday morning that a 2016 recording of Donald Trump’s campaign staff released by Omarosa Manigault-Newman “appears to confirm” her claims that they were aware of an “n-word” tape — when one of those staffers reported Monday night that there was no such tape.

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Omarosa: ‘Apprentice’ Production Staff Member Wants to Drop Trump ‘N-Word’ Tape in October

Monday on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” former White House staffer and “Apprentice” contestant Omarosa Manigault Newman, who has said she had heard President Donald Trump using a racial slur about African-Americans on tape, said the former member of the production staff of Trump’s reality show who has the audio want to use it as an October surprise. Partial transcript as follows: MANIGAULT NEWMAN: My first reaction to it was this can’t be true, this is somebody I’ve known since 2003, he had always been kind to me, as I said repeatedly in dozens and dozens of interviews. So when I heard it, instinct was to protect him and not to dive deeper because I just dismissed it as untrue. MATTHEWS: Well, you did eventually dive deeper, even after publication of your book, you went out and you actually heard the tape? MANIGAULT NEWMAN: I did. MATTHEWS: When you heard the tape, did you get a sense that the person—I know you don’t want to give away the source. that the person who has the tape, a copy of it, is planning to use it at some point? MANIGAULT NEWMAN: Yes. In fact, I believe that they’re using it for politically motivated things. In

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Lynne Patton: Omarosa’s ‘Source’ Says He Never Had or Played Trump N-Word Tape for Her

Trump administration official and longtime Trump family ally Lynne Patton on Monday night offered a detailed refutation of claims involving her, made by former Trump administration official and reality personality Omarosa Manigault-Newman.

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Border Patrol Agents Rescue Migrant in Rio Grande River

Laredo Sector Marine Unit Border Patrol agents saved a migrant from drowning during an attempt to illegally cross the Rio Grande River border between Texas and Mexico.

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The Diplomat: Facebook’s Plan to Enter China ‘Doomed to Fail’

In an article echoing similar sentiments from other publications, Asian publication the Diplomat has published an opinion piece which claims that “Facebook’s Plan to Enter China Is Doomed to Fail.”

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Home Depot Smashes Earnings Expectations as U.S. Housing Market and Consumers Remain Strong

Another sign that the American middle class is feeling great again.

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‘Asexual’ Is Hot New Sexual Identity in San Francisco Bay Area

A new sexual identity has surfaced in the Bay Area, known as “asexual.” The individuals who identify with this orientation say do not have sexual attraction to other people.

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