Have you ever heard the expression that a company is only a good as the people working for it? Let’s look at the record from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
From to Michael Flynn to Anthony Scaramucci, to a very long list of others, the record of employee retention has not been stellar.
Now add the antics of Omarosa Manigault-Newman. The former Apprentice contestant and later White House aide reportedly secretly recorded conversations with Donald Trump, among others. And, she’s written a book about her time with Trump.
From the Daily Beast:
In the first excerpt, published by the Daily Mail last week, Omarosa wrote that while watching Trump’s interview with NBC News’ Lester Holt in May 2017, she “realized that something real and serious was going on in Donald’s brain,” adding that “his mental decline could not be denied.”
Seems like Omarosa will use the tapes, or the possibility of tapes, to defend herself when Trumpworld inevitably attacks her/ dismisses her account https://t.co/w0NnqzF2Io
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) August 8, 2018
And we must wonder, is Omarosa the only one to do this? https://t.co/O6gihOV03t
— Clint Watts (@selectedwisdom) August 8, 2018
Manigault-Newman joins former Trump attorney Michael Cohen as two people close to Trump who recorded conversations with their former boss.
Her book is titled, “Unhinged” and Manigault-Newman plans to be promoting it this weekend on a Sunday talk show. She was fired from the White House last December after reportedly misusing a government car service.