Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman has been attacking President Donald Trump in the press. Her biggest claim is that the Commander in Chief said the N-word and that there is a tape of it. As the liberal media pushes this accusation, another person close to Trump released a bombshell statement.
From the moment that Donald Trump announced his candidacy, the left branded him a racist. It was a pretty stunning turnaround. For decades, the media worshiped Trump. He was the subject of endless adoration and respect. People from all walks of life would use him as an example of unmitigated success.
Even rap stars would talk about Donald Trump. He was their gold standard.
Then, he ran as a conservative for the White House. Suddenly, the same people who loved him are calling him a bigot. It’s a bit hard to believe if you ask me.
This past week, the media has been in a frenzy over Omarosa’s departure from the Trump administration. The longtime employee and ally of Trump is now attacking the man.
She has made wild claims about Trump, in the run-up of her new “tell-all” books’ release. Perhaps her biggest and most toxic claim is that Trump once used the N-word and that a tape of this is somewhere in the wild.
Omarosa’s made this claim several times in interviews and has explicitly written about it in her book. Now, another Trump ally — someone mentioned in Omarosa’s book — has come clean with the truth.
Trump administration official and longtime Trump family ally Lynne Patton on Monday night offered a detailed rebuttal against claims involving her, made by former Trump administration official and reality personality Omarosa Manigault-Newman.
Manigault claimed on page 149 of her new book Unhinged, according to Fox News, that Trump 2016 campaign spokeswoman Katrina Pierson had heard from someone who knew political strategist Frank Luntz that Luntz had heard a tape of Donald Trump using the n-word. Manigault then writes, “Lynne [Patton] reported that she asked Trump about it on the plane, specifically whether it was possible that such a tape might exist, and he said ‘no.’ Then she asked him what he wanted her to do and he said, ‘Put it to bed.’” [Source: Breitbart]
This compelled Patton — a longtime friend and ally of the Trump family — to issue a lengthy statement.
My name is Lynne Patton and I am a senior official in the Trump Administration…
Like Ms. Manigault-Newman, I have also known and worked for both the President and his family for over a decade and am confident that they would collectively confirm that I know them far better than she.
To be clear, at no time did I participate in a conference call with Katrina Pierson advising me, Jason Miller and Omarosa Manigault-Newman that Frank Luntz had heard President Donald J. Trump use a derogatory racial term – a claim that Luntz himself has also denied…
Today, the individual who Omarosa confirmed to me as having played the second-hand audio recording to her last year confirmed that they have no tape, never had possession of a tape, never claimed to have possession of a tape and never played such a tape for Ms. Manigault-Newman…
Based upon her conflicting accounts and the newfound information revealed in my statement, it should be abundantly clear to everyone that not only is her book a complete work of fiction, but that the existence of this elusive “N-word” tape is a figment of her imagination and merely a destructive tool of manipulation applied only when it best serves her interests. [Source: TwitLonger, Lynne Patton, emphasis added]
This is not the first time Omarosa’s claims have been refuted. In fact, the only consistent thing about her story is how many people have come out to deny it.
Frank Luntz, who is also mentioned in the book, came out to deny the allegations.
I’m in @Omarosa’s book on page 149. She claims to have heard from someone who heard from me that I heard Trump use the N-word.
Not only is this flat-out false (I’ve never heard such a thing), but Omarosa didn’t even make an effort to call or email me to verify. Very shoddy work.
— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) August 10, 2018
The evidence is building that this phantom “N-word” audio does not exist. Patriots have been confident from the beginning that Trump is not a racist. His work to help Americans of all stripes get jobs and earn more money is proof of that. So is the record unemployment among African Americans and Hispanics.
Would a racist who says the N-word work so hard to do that?
Think about the constant abuse he gets from imposing tariffs and slashing government regulation. He doesn’t do those things to please politicians, the media, or big businesses. In fact, all of these groups benefit from a poor U.S. economy (sadly). Trump makes the controversial choices to help American workers.
And he doesn’t discriminate those workers, based on their skin color.
Yet the liberal media would have you believe a disgruntled ex-employee — with no proof — over the facts. Once again proving they are the enemy of the people. Be sure to share this story with everyone you know. We need to combat the lies with the facts.