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Ex-Aide Says Trump Knew About Clinton Emails Before WikiLeaks Posted

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Former White House Official Omarosa Manigault Newman said in an interview that US President Donald Trump knew about the emails stolen from the campaign of Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton before they were posted by WikiLeaks, reported Sputnik News (Russia).

When asked by MSNBC if Trump knew about the emails before they came out, Manigault Newman responded, "Absolutely."

She said Trump knew about the emails before they were released by WikiLeaks and added, "I am going to expose the corruption that went on in the campaign and in the White House.

Manigault Newman joined the Trump campaign in July 2016, and continued working for Trump in the White House until January 2018.
She has released several recordings this week, including one of Chief of Staff John Kelly firing her in the situation room, another with Trump appearing not to know about her firing, and a third which appears to feature Trump staffers discussing Trump's use of a racial slur.

Trump went after his former aide on Twitter on Tuesday morning, calling her a "crazed, crying, lowlife," and praising Kelly for "quickly firing that dog!"


As a cheap political slogan, I detest “drain the swamp”. Like so much of what US President Donald Trump promotes, the term is dehumanising and inflammatory. But, since the beginning of his presidency, Trump has surrounded himself with people who are either incompetent, immoral or both, reported South China Morning Post (Hong Kong).

As a result, the list of those who have been forced to leave the White House under ethical scrutiny continues to mount: Steve Bannon, Scott Pruitt, Michael Flynn, Rob Porter, Tom Price, David Shulkin, John McEntree, David Sorensen, Brenda Fitzgerald and Carl Higbie are just a select few.

Paul Manafort’s trial for tax evasion and fraud exposes yet another example of Trump’s poor judgment of character. The president maintains that Manafort has nothing to do with him, but how can that be true when he joined his presidential campaign team in March 2016, and was campaign chairman from mid-May to August 2016? Candidate Trump had ample time to properly vet Manafort and still went ahead and gave him a substantial position of authority on his team. To this day, he takes zero blame for his choice.

Here’s the bottom line: if Trump really wants to “drain the swamp”, why does he continuously bring into his inner circle liars, thieves, grafters, xenophobes, domestic abusers and people with no special knowledge about their departments, such as Ben Carson and Betsy DeVos? Moreover, why does he seek the advice of hardliners such as Steven Miller and Sebastian Gorka?

If Michael Cohen is so untrustworthy and deceptive, why did Trump employ him for a decade? If Omarosa Manigault Newman is such a “low life,” why did Trump appoint her as a senior White House aide?

Why did he say that there are good people on both sides of the Charlottesville protest? Why do his biggest supporters keep getting busted for crimes ranging from embezzlement and insider trading to fraud and abuse of power? New York Congressman Chris Collins is the latest to fit that bill.

Why do so many of the people Trump appoints end up mired in controversy over racist comments, conflicts of interest, abuse accusations, misuse of public tax dollars and other integrity issues?

Never mind Russia, North Korea and Iran. Simply put: the most severe crisis facing our nation is Trump’s inability to judge the moral character of the people that he associates with and invests power in.

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