Did He Or Didn’t He?

This Omarosa thing is just about as silly as anything can get…..but the reaction of Our Dear Leader is even sillier……Omarosa has said that Trump used the “N” word and of course the president said he did not……

The long-rumored “Trump Tapes,” alleged Apprentice outtakes in which the host uses the n-word, are in the news again—and President Trump is insisting that they don’t exist. Trump tweeted Monday night that Apprentice executive producer Mark Burnett had called him “to say that there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice where I used such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa.” He was using his new nickname for former Apprentice contestant Omarosa Manigault Newman, who says she heard a tape in which Trump used the slur multiple times during filming. “I don’t have that word in my vocabulary, and never have,” Trump said in his tweet. “She made it up.”

Tom Arnold, who has previously claimed to have the tapes, tweeted Monday night that Trump and Burnett are lying, the Hollywood Reporter notes. “Apprentice Employees gave statements about @realdonaldtrump saying multiple ‘n’ words on the set of @ApprenticeNBC & 100 other horrible things,” Arnold said. “I spoke to 2 Executive Producers & Mark Burnett in person. They all said Trump’s a liar & there is #TrumpTapes.” Trump administration official Lynne Patton issued a statement Monday night saying she spoke to former Apprentice producer Bill Pruitt and he firmly denied ever playing the damning tape to Omarosa, reports Business Insider. The tape “is a figment of her imagination and merely a destructive tool of manipulation applied only when it best serves her interests,” she said.

Maybe he did not use the insulting word but in the same vain he attacks from a sexist point of view…by calling this woman a dog…..

Omarosa Manigault Newman’s book on life at the White House is officially out on Tuesday, and President Trump already has a preemptive strike: “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,” he tweeted. “Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!” It’s a continuation of an attack he started Monday, when he referred to his former ally as “wacky” and “vicious, but not smart.”

Time notes that Trump has frequently used “dog” as an insult, pointing to a New Republic article from three years ago that was rounding up examples even then. Victims ranged from Glenn Beck (He got “fired like a dog” by Fox) to Arianna Huffington (“She is a dog who wrongfully comments on me.”)

Why do so many Americans support this bully and his bullshit insults of people?  This is just another chapter in the life of a president that resort to bullying instead of reason thought and debate.

Sensationalism at its best!

Children dying in the Middle East from airstrikes and this is the “Big” story of the day….this is pathetic on so many levels.

Turn The Page!


9 thoughts on “Did He Or Didn’t He?

  1. Language is nothing but symbolism. It is irrelevant who said what. There are more pressing issues facing the nation. I am sure that somewhere along the line, somebody involved with this issue will turn some kind of profit from the experiences and surrounding circumstances. I am equally sure that in Twenty years from now, there will be few people who even remember this situation.

    1. Tell all the psychological babble to teens that take these things and commit suicide….words have consequences….oh he will be remembered for decades. chuq

  2. All the hoo-hah about who said what and when is just a distraction. Nothing gets done when everyone is rushing around just accusing and defending. Truth is, whether he said it or not, he is still in office until 2020, so you just have to put up with it.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  3. Is that worse than being called a red neck, hillbilly,cracker or a deplorable. I don’t think do.
    I don’t support Trump and did not vote for him.
    But the sword cuts both ways.
    Don’t throw rocks at glass houses. Or something like that.

    1. We equate words? red neck or hillbilly is the same as dog then you agree with others that these are just words….and in a society that lives for social media they do have consequences….chuq

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