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Omarosa Defends Donald Trump

Omarosa Manigault is continuing to ‘Tom it up, this time by once again defending Donald Trump.

As previously reported Omarosa signed on as Trump’s Director of African-American Outreach, a move that apparently cost her several friendships, and now she’s penning a letter Via The Hollywood Reporter to try to assure people that her p***y grabbing President-elect is a good guy.

“I am aware of the perceptions but the’s open-minded,” said Omarosa. “He does not judge people on their gender or race.”

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“I am black, female, and Donald Trump is my friend. I’ve known him since 2003, when we taped the first season of NBC’s The Apprentice.

I’ve had four seasons of TV with him: the original show, Celebrity Apprentice, and I’m the only apprentice to have had a spinoff, The Ultimate Merger. I’ve worked with him for a lot of that time, and I never observed any of the behaviors attributed to him.
In my experiences with him, he has only been professional. I am aware of the perceptions. But he is open-minded: He does not judge people on their gender or race. He judges them on their ability to do the job.”

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She also doubled-down on her claims that Trump’s not racist. “It’s very difficult to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn’t like black people and black women,” said Omarosa.

“As far as race, I can only talk of my own experiences as an African-American working with Donald, Ivanka, Eric, Donald Jr. and Melania on The Apprentice franchise. I’ve always felt incredibly appreciated and celebrated by the organization. You have to look at my track record with the Trumps. People show you who they are by what they do, and in my case, he’s only invested in and empowered me.

He’s been very public about how he feels, that I contributed to The Apprentice franchise and how I was his favorite contestant — contrary to what people say and believe about him when it comes to African-American women. Truly, I am living the American dream because of Donald Trump. Look at my career, the wealth and exposure that I’ve had: It’s very difficult to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn’t like black people and black women”.

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