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. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!
With game show contestant-turned Presidential adviser Omarosa Manigault-Newman's recent swift change of heart about President Trump coincidentally coming at the very same time that she is trying to sell a book, its looking like members of the black community aren’t amused with her antics, according to an AP report. In fact, some African Americans have gone as far to call her a "two bit opportunist", "sellout" and "ego driven". Others are simply calling her about-face on President Trump, after a decade of loyalty, "too little too late".
The surprisingly candid takes follow remarks by the President of the United States, who called Omarosa a "lowlife" and a "dog" in a Tweet he published Tuesday morning.
The Associated Press detailed what some key members of the African-American community think about Omarosa's sudden change of heart.
Earl Ofari Hutchinson, who is the author of “Why Black Lives Do Matter” said that most African Americans' loathing of Omarosa is "virtually frozen in stone". He then went on to say "She’s still roundly lambasted as a two-bit opportunist, a racial sellout and an ego driven hustler.”
It certainly hasn’t seemed to faze Omarosa, who has escalated her attacks on the President, as recently as Tuesday calling him “a racist, a misogynist, a bigot."
Furthermore, the black community has held a "deep hostility" for Manigault-Newman due to her defense of the President over the course of the last decade - especially after he was viewed as attacking various African-Americans like President Barack Obama and LeBron James. As a result of - at least initially - aligning herself with Trump over the last decade, made her “deeply unpopular“ with the black community.
"Every critic, every detractor will have to bow down under President Trump," Manigault-Newman is quoted as saying on PBS Frontline during her time working for the Trump administration.
Of course, Manigault-Newman -