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Omarosa’s Source Denies That ‘N-Word Tapes’ Exist

Omarosa is out with a tell-all book about the Trump administration that’s so explosive and unbelievable, even the usually-hysterical liberals in the media are giving pause before believing any of the claims.

Some claims have already been proven 100% to be made up. At one point in the book, Omarosa claims Trump called Kellyanne Conway’s half-Filipino husband a “f***ing goo-goo.” Conway’s husband, who is a liberal that hates Donald Trump, said that the allegation is “not credible, and ridiculous.”

Omarosa recorded countless conversations while employed by Trump, knowing from day one that her employment in the Trump White House would just be to further her own career. Only one recording has been made public, in which we hear John Kelly firing her. In addition to her own personal records, Omarosa that Trump used the n-word on “The Apprentice”, and there are tapes of it (which she claims to have).

Plenty of former “Apprentice” stars have spoken out publicly against Trump – but none alleged that he used the n-word. As any liar would, Omarosa has changed her story about the “n-word” tape numerous times. She claims that it wasn’t until December 2017 that she heard the tapes of Trump uttering the n-word, which prompted her to resign, but we know that’s not true. As we know from the aforementioned John Kelly recordings, she was fired.

Furthermore, Omarosa’s very source she claims showed her the “n-word tapes” is throwing another wrench into her narrative. Appearing on MSNBC’s “Hardball with Chris Matthews” she said it was former Apprentice producer Bill Pruitt who uncovered the n-word audio recording, which Omarosa allegedly heard through a second-hand source.

After the appearance, Lynne Patton, who heads Region 2 of the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, announced on Twitter that she’d contacted Pruitt, who denied the existence of any such tapes. “Tonight, on the MSNBC program, Hardball, Omarosa revealed to the public what she had told me last December: that former Apprentice producer, Bill Pruitt, was the original source of the ‘N-word’ tape. Bill Pruitt is a mutual friend. I just spoke to Bill Pruitt tonight before releasing this statement,” Patton wrote.

“He confirmed to me (before Hardball had even gone off the air) that he does NOT have an audio tape of President Trump using the ‘N-word’ and has NEVER had an audio tape of President Trump using the ‘N-word.’ Period,” she continued.

“Based upon her conflicting accounts and the newfound information revealed in my statement, it should be abundantly clear to everyone that not only is her book a complete work of fiction, but that the existence of this elusive ‘N-word’ tape is a figment of her imagination and merely a destructive tool of manipulation applied only when it best serves her interests.”

https://twitter.com/LynnePatton/status/1029199549192122371

Well, there goes that claim.

Omarosa’s story on the tapes has already changed a few times. How will she change it this time, in light of proof the tapes don’t even exist?

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