— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 5, 2018
WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Some of the closest people to Trump have ousted him as a racist, including the infamous Omarosa Manigault Newman.
America knew Donald was no-good when he pretended to “evaluate” the Charlottesville situation, awaiting “more information.” He said he didn’t want to jump to conclusions about what actually happened, even though plenty of video footage was harvested across the internet.
Yet, Trump stood in front of various podiums looking like some Farmer John overlord, casting judgment and rushed assumptions toward everything opposing him.
And you know Donald is quick with the Twitter fingers when he wants to say something.
Obviously so, Trump’s values are about as secret as a wailing police siren. His siren isn’t, however, accompanied by blaring light; rather, it’s a murky darkness that blinds everything around it.
Although, as the cliché goes, what’s done in the dark comes to the light, right? (As you see below, Trump is trying to discredit this information.)
The already discredited Woodward book, so many lies and phony sources, has me calling Jeff Sessions “mentally retarded” and “a dumb southerner.” I said NEITHER, never used those terms on anyone, including Jeff, and being a southerner is a GREAT thing. He made this up to divide!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 5, 2018
‘BIGGEST F**KING MISTAKE’
According to The Hill, veteran journalist Bob Woodward is putting Donald’s garbage in the public’s compactor. And trust, Trump knows he’s about to get crushed.
In Woodward’s new book, “Fear: Trump in the White House,” he reveals Donald’s hellspawn words after his handling of Charlottesville, Virginia in 2017.
Woodward says Trump immediately regretted condemning the racists, neo-Nazis, etc., involved in the town’s riots.
“That was the biggest f**king mistake I’ve made,” Woodward says Donald mentioned — Trump adding that it was his “worst speech ever.”
As aforementioned, “45” is attempting to discredit Woodward’s book as a “work of fiction.”
TRUMP dismisses Woodward book as "fiction" w/bizarre remarks that are exact opposite of true
"We're saving Social Security, the Democrats will destroy Social Security. We're saving Medicare. The Dems, you look at what they're doing. They want to destroy Medicare." #WarIsPeace pic.twitter.com/DxSXWvondp
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 5, 2018
But even in Omarosa’s book, “Unhinged,” she notes that “45” is undoubtedly a racist. She says that, during her time in the White House, it became a “growing realization that Donald Trump was indeed a racist, a bigot, and a misogynist,” as reports NBC News.
Omarosa states that Donald attempted to buy her silence after knowing she heard him blast the N-word over and over in the midst of his administration.
“My certainty about the N-word tape and his frequent uses of that word were the top of a high mountain of truly appalling things I’d experienced with him, during the last two years in particular,” she mentions.
But accordingly, she refused his bribery.
Last month, @OMAROSA told @JudyWoodruff people are working "behind the scenes to make sure Donald Trump is not allowed to continue to lead this country in an unfit manner."@nytopinion published an op-ed today by an anonymous Trump administration official about that topic. pic.twitter.com/iL9qjXzWT1
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) September 5, 2018
Similarly, Trump didn’t appreciate those around him until someone threatened to reveal his buffoonery to the public; just like Woodward.
The Washington Post reports that Woodward made several attempts to talk with Trump about his handling of various situations since he’s taken Office. However, time after time, he was stopped or not permitted to speak with Donald due to his cabinet interference.
It wasn’t until Donald found out Woodward was about to go public with damaging information about his administration, that Trump finally agreed to a phone interview. But, by that time, it was too late.
According to an audio recording between Woodward and Trump, Donald goes back and forth regarding whether he did or didn’t receive the messages.
As it seems, Trump begins throwing everyone under the bus except himself — not to mention his constant self-contradiction and self-praise.
If you’d like to listen to the entire conversation, check the audio here.
The Washington Post discusses the book as follows.
“A central theme of the book is the stealthy machinations used by those in Trump’s inner sanctum to try to control his impulses and prevent disasters, both for the president personally and for the nation he was elected to lead. Woodward describes ‘an administrative coup d’etat’ and a ‘nervous breakdown’ of the executive branch, with senior aides conspiring to pluck official papers from the president’s desk so he couldn’t see or sign them. Again and again, Woodward recounts at length how Trump’s national security team was shaken by his lack of curiosity and knowledge about world affairs and his contempt for the mainstream perspectives of military and intelligence leaders.”
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