‘Trump Couldn’t Remember Basic Words’: Omarosa Explains Exactly Why She Thinks the President has a ‘Mental Impairment’

That explains a lot:

She added: “I’m not a doctor. I can only assess the Donald Trump that I knew in 2003 and the Donald Trump that I knew in 2017. And he is not the same man. In the morning he would say one thing, by the afternoon, he was contradicting himself. And he wouldn’t remember that he was contradicting himself.

She also pointed out that Trump recently encouraged Republicans to pass an immigration bill, and then shortly thereafter, he claimed he never wanted them to pass the legislation.

“I don’t believe that that’s just him lying,” she said. “I really do believe that he has some sort of mental impairment and decline.”

Trump has no Black Senior White House Staff

We’re not surprised, are we:

None of President Donald Trump’s senior White House officials are black.

Only a handful of his senior staff are of Latino, Asian or Arab descent, according to a CNN review of 48 senior White House officials. Instead, the President is being advised by a senior White House staff that is overwhelmingly white.

The lack of diversity in Trump’s West Wing comes back into focus as Trump’s longtime adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman, the only African-American to serve in a senior role in Trump’s White House, re-emerged into the public arena to promote her new book. In the eight months since Manigault Newman was fired, Trump has yet to appoint a single African-American to a senior White House role as either an assistant or a deputy assistant to the President.