Trump-Omarosa Feud Escalates Into Insults; President Calls Fired Aide A ‘Dog’

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It may be nothing new right now to know that a lot of people hate Donald Trump. The current U.S. President has certainly gained a notorious status for having a “foul mouth,” even before he became president. However, Trump is under a new controversial spotlight after calling someone a “dog” and referring to them as a lowlife and in Twitter nonetheless.

The President dropped a stinker on Twitter after he tweeted a string of ad hominem statements to former political aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman, otherwise known as Omarosa. Apparently, Omarosa’s exit caused quite a stir in the office, hence the two political figures have been having an online and public feud. In case the tweet gets deleted, here is Trump’s exact statement: “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!”

That was perhaps the most shocking and harshest of all his online tirades against Omarosa. Previously, Trump was mostly just pushing back and debunking Omarosa’s claims of him using racial slurs in the office. The prior to calling Omarosa a dog, Trump also called her “wacky” and “not smart.”

It can be recalled that Omarosa was fired by John Kelly back in December last year, as reported by CNN. She did imply that the Trump was behind her termination and simply delegated the action to Kelly. Since then, Omarosa has written and just now released a book titled “Unhinged” where she revealed first and second-hand accounts of the President’s racist actions in the White House.

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Kokou Adzo

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