Discussion: Trump Calls Omarosa A 'Lowlife' Ahead Of Her Book Release

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…tha-at you appointed to responsible positions in your campaign and administration. #hirethebestpeople #MAGA

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Trump Calls Omarosa A ‘Lowlife’ Ahead Of Her Book Release

Takes one to know one!

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Birds of a feather…

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She is a lowlife, but so are all the people with which he surrounds himself. That’s probably because he’s a wife beating, cheating, lying, child raping, thieving, racist, misogynistic, piece of shit and a lowlife unlike any I’ve ever come across.

ETA: The day that clown dies I’m going to Ruth’s Chris and ordering the biggest, fattest piece of steak (rare and no fucking ketchup) on the menu and guzzling it down with a bottle of really stupidly expensive champagne.

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As Groucho Marx once said: “I would never join a club that would have me for a member.”

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Dotard, your impeachment and conviction will take you far far lower than someone getting fired from the Apprentice President.

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When they go low, Trump goes life.

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Thank you, President Infantile!

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Yep, one that he hired repeatedly.

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Trump Calls Omarosa A ‘Lowlife’ Ahead Of Her Book Release

Germany, 1943: Hitler complains, “Hey, that guy is a mass murderer!”

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Trump should just get it over with and toss a racial epithet Omarosa’s way. He’ll feel better, and so will his base.

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Just like the rest of his staff.

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The Fix
Donald Trump only hires the best people (at generating unhelpful headlines)
By Philip Bump
August 30, 2016

When Donald Trump (sort of) ostracized longtime adviser Roger Stone last August, he made a commitment that has stuck with him ever since.

“I’m going to surround myself only with the best and most serious people,” he told our Robert Costa in a phone interview at the time. “We want top of the line professionals.”

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Wait til Hope Hicks finally smartens up. That book should be a hoot.

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Omarosa’s late to the game. At this point, it doesn’t matter anymore. Everyone and their dog knows what Rump’s about (and, for that matter, Omarosa herself). The book is part of a grift and simply confirms what they BOTH are.

Much like Spicer’s book, I doubt it’ll get much traction if any at all.

ETA: Probably a mater of time before Rump complains that Al Gore should have warned him about her.

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A plague on both their houses.

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Me: who the eff is this lady, anyway?

In the 1990s, Omarosa worked in the office of Vice President Al Gore… Mr. Gore’s former office administrator… has said Omarosa “was the worst hire we ever made.”

Also:

The White House Personnel Office’s under secretary for technology administration has said that at the time, Omarosa was “unqualified and disruptive”

Later she did a bunch of unscripted “competition” TV, which is apparently her real claim to fame.

She sounds like a mediocre asshole. I’ve always felt “lowlife” pretty clearly implied some kind of persistent vice. That doesn’t really come across from the Wikipedia article. It’s not like she’s been groping people, cheating on her spouse, or working for the mafia.

EDIT: curiously, she was a Democrat until 2015. I guess, as a black woman, it made good sense to switch teams once the Republican party finally went whole-hog on the white-supremacist bit. Very canny.

EDIT 2: that second blockquote is not verbatim but slightly reworded; the quoted phrase is verbatim. It’s been bothering me since I posted it.

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She certainly is that same as everyone else who’s ever signed up to work for Donald Trump. Of course he’s a sub-lowlife in his own right.

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