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"Racial but not a racist"?

And now I give you one black writer's take on Omarosa.  The woman who gave up her black card when she started playing Mr. trump's house Negro.

"After being ousted from her job as communications director in the Office of Public Liaison at the White House, Omarosa Manigault Newman still wants to stand behind the man who has had the opportunity to fire her not once, not twice, not thrice, but four times in the last 15 years. Omarosa claims in a new interview that Donald Trump is not racist.

In an interview that will air on ABC’s Nightline Thursday night, she tells Deborah Roberts: “Donald Trump is racial. He is not a racist. The things that he says, the types of pushback that he gives, involve people of color. These are racial exchanges. Yes, I will acknowledge many of the exchanges—particularly in the last six months—have been racially charged. Do we then just stop and label him as a racist? No.”

That emphasis is hers, not mine.

But girl, what does that even mean? Like, seriously. Please explain what that means.

Roberts challenges Omarosa over a statement the president made after the Charlottesville, Va., white nationalist rally in August that left one counter-protester dead.

“Absolutely,” Omarosa answers.

She also tells ABC News that there was a “lack of diversity” in the White House.....

“It has been very, very challenging being the only African-American woman in the senior staff,” she says.

Omarosa notes that her departure leaves no black people among the White House senior staff.

“I regret that we haven’t reached the level of diversity in this administration that I strove to see,” she says." [Source]

Remember when she told us that we were all going to "bow down" to trump? I do.

Now they dragged her black ass out of the White House and she begged massa trump to save her, but he locked her out of the family section of the compound. 

Anyway, it sounds like she has a book coming out soon. Maybe if she has a chapter titled 'How To Sell Out Your People To A Racist' I will read it. But that's the only part of her book I would ever read.

As Robin Roberts stated: "Bye Felicia".

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