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Furious Omarosa abruptly ends interview, called a ‘rat’ when her excuses for backstabbing don’t add up

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On Thursday, Sept. 6, 2017, something remarkable occurred: A man — a great man — finally called out Omarosa Manigault-Newman once and for all.

The interviewer was in fact radio show host Bernard “Bernie” McGuirk, who you may have previously seen offering his commentary on former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly’s “The O’Reilly Factor.”

During a morning phone interview with Omarosa for his radio program, “Bernie and Sid in the Morning,” the unabashed, “tell it like it is” host challenged the disgraced former White House official on the 1,000+ lies she told in her barely selling book, “Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White House.”

Included among the Omarosa lies he challenged was the biggest of them all — if Trump is such an awful guy, why did she sing his praises and work for him for so long?

Listen to the interview below:

 

“You actually said that Trump ‘covets his daughter.’ Can you understand why people would think, and why Trump would think, that after what you did after what he did for you, was so despicable?” McGuirk challenged.

She replied by claiming she couldn’t believe such disturbing thoughts could be expressed by a president. McGuirk replied by noting that her own rhetoric is just as inconceivable. And let’s just say she didn’t take kindly to being challenged.

The most contentious point of the interview occurred during the latter half after McGuirk blasted Omarosa for sharing secretly recorded audio of Chief of Staff John Kelly terminating her relationship with the White House and politely asking her to leave the premises.

That she would attack Trump is bad enough — that she’d pull such a stunt on a military veteran who’s spent decades serving the country was abhorrent.

“Omarosa, you come off as a back-stabbing weasel. You really do. I hate to say that to you, but that’s a fact,” McGuirk said.

This prompted Omarosa to angrily reply, “You come off as a hater.”

“I’m not a hater. You come across as … you said, ‘It’s not about me.’ It sounds like it’s all about you. This man … what he’s done for this country is incredible,” McGuirk fired back. “You are a hater, and you are an ingrate … and a rat!

BOOM!

And just like that Omarosa hung up on him, because God forbid anyone in the world ever call her out for what she truly happens to be. For someone who talks so much garbage about everybody else, you’d think she could handle just a little criticism. But apparently you’d be wrong.

Vivek Saxena

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