(This was scheduled to pop up at 10am this morning, but FYWP… )
Biggest reveal on the tape is that she was ostensibly a senior WH staffer and her first discussion w the chief of staff was when he fired her https://t.co/ctli9v5ocH
— Jonathan Martin (@jmartNYT) August 12, 2018
Strange that people aren't focusing on Omarosa's claim that Trump has declined mentally, can't process complex information, and is not part of some of the most important policy decisions. SEEMS LIKE A BIG DEAL.
— Tommy Vietor (@TVietor08) August 12, 2018
"'I'm scared shitless of her… She's a physically intimidating presence,' a male former colleague of Omarosa's told me. … senior staff told me last year they felt paralyzed because she was the only top-level official in the WH who was African-American." https://t.co/dX3NuGYjRq
— Garance Franke-Ruta (@thegarance) August 12, 2018
lol, to drown out a book tour they're setting themselves up for another national security investigation that could easily expand to the Rob Porter debacle or dare I say the Mueller probe. https://t.co/fbAiCKM2ks
— zeddy (@Zeddary) August 12, 2018
Was any law broken by Omarosa's apparent recording inside Situation Room? @BradMossEsq: "In and of itself, there is no criminal provision implicated. If there isn't national defense information or classified involved, merely recording…in a SCIF is merely a security violation"
— Tim Mak (@timkmak) August 12, 2018
Every room Trump is in is a situation room.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) August 12, 2018
I’m happy to believe Omarosa is untrustworthy but the White House is sure telling on itself here. https://t.co/c4MPghTGeh
— Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) August 13, 2018