President Donald Trump is still attacking Special Counsel Robert Mueller following last week's release of his report concluding the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia to win the 2016 election. Trump claims "total exoneration" by the Mueller Report - a claim former administration official Omarosa Manigault-Newman says is "insane." She says "We saw in the Mueller Report that it's clear that he asked people to do things that were unethical, that were immoral, that were illegal and many of them said, 'No, I'm not going to do it.' One person after the other documented to say that, and yet somehow Donald Trump's take from it is that there was no obstruction."
The Scott Sands Show talked with Omarosa this week to get her thoughts on the Mueller Report and more -- click here to listen on our free iHeartRadio app.
Omarosa was the Director of African-American Outreach for the Trump campaign and then worked in the Office of Public Liaison following the election. She was removed from her position in December 2017 by Chief of Staff General John Kelly under controversial circumstances during a meeting in the Situation Room which she secretly recorded.
The Mueller Report is not something Omarosa is proud to be a part of; however, she says she is proud of telling the truth to both the investigation and readers of her book Unhinged. Unhinged: An Insider's Account Of The Trump White House is now available in paperback.