Omarosa: Trump Grabs Women, Had Advanced Knowledge Of Stolen Emails

As the battle between former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman and the Trump administration intensifies, Manigault Newman leveled many new accusations against the President in a Tuesday interview on MSNBC.

First, she told MSNBC’s Katy Tur that President Donald Trump “absolutely” knew about the Clinton campaign’s stolen emails before they were published by WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign. She offered no further details about how Trump knew.

She added that Trump frequently sexually harassed women in the White House, saying that: “He is very physical and would grab women and kiss them, unsolicited, any time, any day.” 

On special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe, she said that she has partaken in an interview with Mueller and that the Trump administration is very worried about the probe.

“They have been hiding things from the American people and have been being dishonest,” she said.

She concluded that all of the information she was sharing from her memoir “UNHINGED” is “documented” and “corroborated.”

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