Former White House Staffer Accuses President Trump Of Making Unwanted Advances


It seems now that everyone was able to record Donald Trump making terrible statements that would derail any other presidency, although his rabid fanbase, which includes evangelical leaders, doesn’t really seem to care much.

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who was once a vocal supporter of then-candidate Trump and after he was inaugurated as president, has now made yet another claim during an interview with Sirius XM Radio against Trump, and this one is an eye-opener.

According to People magazine, that interview included her statement that:

‘Donald Trump hits on all women. He acts inappropriately with all women. And yes, I’m included in that…I’m included in that number of women who Donald Trump has said inappropriate things [to], has looked at inappropriately.’

Omarosa is, of course, not the first woman to make these claims. So far, 16 other women have come forward to describe their encounters with Trump and each one includes accusations of sexual misconduct.

There have also been at least two extramarital affairs since his marriage to First Lady Melania Trump, both of which are claimed to have happened very shortly after the birth of their youngest son, Barron. Adult film star and director Stormy Daniels described a single encounter and Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal claims to have had a long-term affair with Trump that lasted more than a year.

For anyone wondering how Melania feels about these affairs, Omarosa had an answer to that question, as well.

‘She is fed up with him and you will see her making public statements that completely go against what her husband is saying. That is unprecedented in the history of any presidential marriage. To see the First Lady completely go against the grain of her husband. The President.’

Trump, of course, has denied every claim made by his former staffer even though she has receipts in the form of recorded conversations.

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