Quantcast
Connect with us

‘He should not have access to the nuclear codes’: Omarosa worries about Trump being ‘triggered’ by tweets

Published

on

Former Trump administration official Omarosa Manigault Newman appeared on MSNBC’s “Hardball” on Thursday to try and analyze President Donald Trump’s attacks on the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).

“What is this?” Matthews asked.

“He’s obsessed with McCain because he’ll never be the hero McCain is,” Newman replied.

ADVERTISEMENT

Newman worked as director of African-American outreach during the Trump campaign and then joined the administration as director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison.

She also appeared on the first season of “The Apprentice” in 2004 and on “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice” in 2013.

“We’re watching the third season of the Trump reality TV show and what happens in the third season is you turn the hero into the heel and you have a plot twist and he keeps repeating these themes over and over again,” she explained. “And it’s going to get more and more bizarre because he’s not trying to become the best president, he’s trying to be the best reality star and that’s what we’re seeing in this bizarre behavior from Donald Trump.”

“You know what the problem is? It shows he’s not stable and he really should not have access to the nuclear codes if a tweet can trigger him or even the thought of someone deceased can send him off the rails the way he is,” she concluded.

Watch:

ADVERTISEMENT


Report typos and corrections to: [email protected].
READ COMMENTS - JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Continue Reading

Breaking Banner

60 million Americans live in states where the US military is monitoring protests: report

Published

on

The United States military is monitoring anti-police violence protests in multiple states according to a new report.

Defense Department documents obtained by The Nation show the Pentagon is monitoring protests in at least seven states.

"In addition to Minnesota, where a Minneapolis police officer killed George Floyd, the military is tracking uprisings in New York, Ohio, Colorado, Arizona, Tennessee, and Kentucky, according to a Defense Department situation report," reporter Ken Klippenstein revealed. "Notably, only Minnesota has requested National Guard support."

Continue Reading

Breaking Banner

Mayors rush to impose curfews as civil unrest rocks cities from coast-to-coast

Published

on

Minneapolis was the first to impose curfews designed to prevent protests of police violence after Mayor Jacob Frey imposed a curfew on Friday.

On Saturday other cities followed suit, with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan imposing a curfew set to start only 14 minutes after her announcement.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has issued a curfew for downtown LA.

Continue Reading
 

Breaking Banner

Protesters give Donald Trump a one-finger salute as Marine One flies over DC protests

Published

on

President Donald Trump returned to Washington, DC on Saturday as large crowds of protesters fill the city's streets.

Trump had flown to Florida to see the launch of the SpaceX Starship and returned as the sun was going down.

BuzzFeed News reporter Ellie Hall captured a picture of Marine One approaching the White House -- and being welcomed back to town with raised middle fingers.

Trump, in Marine One, just did a flyover of the protest area outside the White House.

Protesters flipped off the president’s helicopter.#dcprotest #MAGANIGHT #GeorgeFloydProtests pic.twitter.com/EMgCaOof1J

Continue Reading
 
 
You need honest news coverage. Help us deliver it. Join Raw Story Investigates for $1. Go ad-free.
close-image