‘TFA’: Omarosa says staff had code word when Trump went ‘insane’

WH Staffers Used Hashtag To Discuss Removing Trump Via The 25th Amendment According To Omarosa

During the meeting, Trump criticized the Hillary Clinton campaign for allegedly spending $9 million on an anti-Trump dossier released past year that alleged ties between Trump and Russian Federation during the presidential election. "But they found out, it's definitely illegal and it's illegal from a campaign standpoint, from a campaign financing standpoint".

Newman said Trump was talking to "very junior staffers" on his communications team in October 2017, not long after an Oct. 4 ambush killed Johnson, Staff Sgt. Bryan C. Black; Staff Sgt. Jeremiah W. Johnson; Staff Sgt. Dustin M. Wright; and four soldiers from Niger.

"There were people in many cases, that were in the Middle East, that now got to Africa to try and, you know, cause problems there".

"So it's a rough business". As CNN noted, the small team of Americans was ambushed by more than 100 ISIS fighters when they stopped at a town to re-supply.

Behar also denied Trump's claim (as relayed by Newman) that Behar "used to kiss his ass".

"He basically coached you before you came on the show last time", said Behar, noting that Page 213 of Newman's book Unhinged describes the author's View visit.

Those killed in the attack included Army Sergeant La David Johnson, who ran almost a half mile on foot in an attempt to get away from the enemy before being pinned down and killed. "I don't think I'd want to be a terrorist now", Trump concluded, as his aides laughed.

"This was a meeting with the entire communications staff and the press shop, meeting to talk about tax reform", said Omarosa, who has been doling out snippets of countless hours of tapes she secretly recorded during her White House tenure.

Omarosa said she and other White House staffers "coped" with their boss's bad behaviour by sending each other messages with orange emoji or the hashtag #TFA, an acronym for the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, which deals with presidential incapacity and succession. Donald Trump later stoked controversy with a phone call to Johnson's family in which the dead soldier's mother and widow said Trump was disrespectful, not knowing Johnson's name and allegedly saying he "knew what he signed up for".

The Trump campaign has filed an arbitration claim against her that alleges she violated the terms of her 2016 confidentiality agreement.



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