Several weeks ago former cabinet member to the Trump administration Omarosa was on MSNBC’s Donny Deutsch, where she buried her former real-life boss and reality tv boss. She went on to say “Donald Trump wants to start a race war in this country.”

She’s been on the attack since she’s left the White House even as of early this morning calling for congress to impeach the president over and over.

As of now, there is a civil lawsuit that the DOJ has filed against Omarosa seeking $50,000 for missing paperwork. Her attorney has refuted the claims saying that she didn’t have access to the necessary tools to complete the work and it’s “petty revenge” on the president’s behalf.

Is it just me or does this whole thing smell fishy from Omarosa? It just doesn’t make any sense. If I’m not mistaken I don’t think the President has gone after her at all which is all since they have had such a public lovey dubby relationship in front of the camera.

The panel also included former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci. He has not been favorable to the president as of late either condemning republicans who haven’t spoken up against the president’s tweets and White House staffers who are yes men.

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Scaramucci says the people who work in the White House that have problems with his tweets are afraid of backlash from the president. However, there was some good that the former communications director reaffirmed and that’s saying the president is not a racist.

“The president likes to double down on stuff, and he never likes to apologize, but down deep, he’s got to know too because he’s really not a racist.”

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