All of this is the legacy of our country's first reality TV star president. And there is no way the president can fulfill the promises to voters he made in this environment that he has created. Raj Shah responds to a question on how seriously he takes criticism from Omarosa Manigault about the president and the administration.Where everything is personal, and it is all about the show... Omarosa, now a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother, told a fellow cast member that the U. "is not going to be OK" with Trump as president....
The immorality, racist language about S***hole countries, the neo-Nazis, endorsing an accused child molester for U. Senate, the ego, the Dear Leader-style cabinet meetings, talk of a military parade, the inaugural crowd size, alternative facts, bragging about his election win all the time-- from the CIA memorial wall to the Boy Scout Jamboree. The White House communications director publicly accusing another White House advisor of trying to perform a sex act on himself.
Other advisors constantly dishing about their own president, including a cabinet secretary reportedly calling him a moron. Tune in next time to see what happens on NAFTA, staff shakeups, oval office recordings, talking to Mueller, a government shutdown, even nuclear war. Who's sleeping with who int he White House, his now-public affair with a porn star, allegedly paying her off to keep quiet.
” Also Read: Trump Declines to Condemn Rob Porter: ' He Says He's Innocent' The “beater is always a beater” line was a far cry from the position Trump staked out in the Oval Office Friday when asked about his former staff secretary. I found out about it recently and I was surprised by it.
“He says he’s innocent and I think you have to remember that,” said Trump. But we certainly wish him well, it’s obviously a tough time for him,” Trump added.
That depends in large part on the statutes of limitations that apply in their state.
Nationwide, one out of three women said they have been sexually harassed or abused at work, according to a recent poll from the PBS News Hour, NPR and Marist [email protected]: “It's like we're living inside a parody - ‘What would happen if Donald Trump became president? And then she'd leave to go on Big Brother to dish about Administration secrets! It feels like we have reached a level of crazy in this White House, and it is difficult to take it anymore. Let's leave aside the fact that Omarosa made those comments on a show named after George Orwell's dystopian surveillance state. CHUCK TODD: I'm not going to go full Howard Beale here, but close. On Big Brother Celebrity Addition, airing tonight...“For decades they struggle to come to terms with the terrible impacts these crimes have on their lives – including the troubling fact that very few of the perpetrators are held accountable.” In recent weeks, high-profile and long-buried stories of sexual assault and harassment have cropped up across the country. 5, when the New York Times published its investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against Hollywood film producer and executive Harvey Weinstein, dozens of women and men have come forward with their own stories about sexual misconduct by other powerful men, from Roy Moore, Alabama’s Republican candidate for U. Senate, to Charlie Rose, a long-time broadcast news host for PBS and CBS News.But after they share their stories, what legal standing do victims of sexual harassment and assault have to pursue those accusations in court?That’s a big problem for victims of sexual violence who may need years or even decades to fully process trauma and understand what happened to them, said Rebecca O’Connor, who directs public policy for the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, also known as RAINN, which tracks sexual offense statutes of limitation by state.