“Omarosa Tripping Over Her Own Lies”

It’s Tina Toon Tuesday, “Omarosa Tripping Over Her Own Lies”

A “low-Life” and a “Dog”?

 

Omarosa Manigault Newman keeps tripping over her own forked tongue.

The former Apprentice star and fired White House advisor has a new book out and is hyping the sales with made up claims of tapes of Trump using the disgusting n-word.

 

 

Of course, the Hate Trump media is pushing her fake stories with glee, claiming this will be the last straw for Trump and bring his presidency down.  CNN, I am looking at you.

 

 

Omarosa had zero credibility with the Legacy Media when she was praising the President,  (they didn’t want to interview her), but now that she is stabbing Trump in the back, Fake News has been featuring her non-stop, hyping her deceitful book as gospel truth.

Update: President Trump’s campaign organization Tuesday has filed for arbitration against friend-turned-enemy Omarosa Manigault Newman, claiming that she broke a 2016 nondisclosure contract by disparaging the president in her new book and revealing private talks from the ultra-secret White House Situation Room.

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Exclusive: Woman claims she was attacked by rapper and his entourage at NYC diner

Niya Rucker is speaking out after a bloody assault inside a Manhattan diner.

Rucker claims she was attacked by Brooklyn rapper Casanova and his entourage. She described the ordeal in an exclusive interview with PIX11 News.

“This this is embarrassing, I haven’t eaten food in THREE days,” Rucker explained. She has stitches in her face, a broken jaw and a tooth was knocked loose. “And its more than just the physical pain.”

Around 4:40 a.m. Monday, Rucker was inside The Good Stuff Diner on West 14th Street. She says Casanova was also there with a group. Rucker tells PIX11, after the waitress brought her food she wanted to show her meal off on Instagram live.

Rucker says Casanova thought she was putting him in the live post.

According to Rucker, that’s when Casanova and his crew attacked. One man put her in a chokehold, dragged out of the booth and pulled her across the diner. She remembers Casanova grabbing her arm, her phone and deleting her Instagram live post.

Rucker is confident the man who attacked her was Casanova, she recognized him and the signature chain he wears.

The NYPD is investigating the case.

Casanova did not respond to a request for comment Friday afternoon, but his attorney sent PIX11 a statement later in the weekend:

“Casanova adamantly denies the allegation that he assaulted anyone. Any contention he did so is totally false,” the attorney said. “We are in the process of conducting our own investigation into these false allegations.”