President Trump Calls Former Aide Omarosa A ‘Dog’

President Trump Calls Former Aide Omarosa A ‘Dog’

President Trump Calls Former Aide Omarosa A ‘Dog’

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said she couldn't guarantee that President Trump has never used the n-word after she was asked to do so by journalists at a White House press briefing. "I can tell you that I've never heard it", Sanders said before highlighting African American employment numbers. Trump lashed out at Omarosa on Twitter, calling her a "crazed, crying lowlife" and referring to her as a "dog". At one point, Sanders was asked about Manigault-Newman's revival of the old rumor that Trump was caught on tape using racial slurs when filming The Apprentice.

"I don't believe that I have violated the agreement", she told anchor Katy Tur on MSNBC, adding that she will leave it to the lawyers "to sort out".

She also noted that Bill and Hillary Clinton attended Trump's wedding, and Democrats "begged" him for campaign contributions.

"The president is an equal opportunity person that calls things like he sees it and always fights fire with fire", she said.

Woman’s death attributed to infection from dog saliva
The stories had the same pattern - flu-like symptoms that rapidly grew more serious, sometimes to the point of death. Within a week of being confined, doctors amputated his legs, then his arms in a desperate attempt to save his life.

At the press briefing, Sanders said that the "media has done more to divide this country, certainly far more than the president ever has".

NBC's Kristen Welker then asked Sanders: "can you stand at the podium and guarantee the American people will never hear Donald Trump utter the N-word on a recording in any context?" "She made it up", Trump wrote.

"I think it's really sad what she's doing", Sanders said of Omarosa Tuesday afternoon, but wouldn't confirm or deny whether Omarosa signed a non-disclosure agreement for her time at the White House.

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