DJ Omarosa Released A Secret Recording Of Lara Trump Offering Her A Pay-Off

August 16, 2018 / Posted by:

If there were ever any doubts in your mind that Omarosa is a grifter nonpareil, this week should have secretly recorded them and penned a tell-all book called This Dummy Thought I Wouldn’t. Like a DJ sifting through a crate of bangers, Omarosa has pulled out yet another secret recording and turned the volume up to 11. TMZ reports that Omarosa just released an incriminating recording, this time of Lara Trump (that’s Eric Trump, AKA Droopy’s wife), offering her a pay-off for keeping her mouth shut on the heels of her departure from whatever her job at the white house was.

According to TMZ:

Omarosa just released another secret audio recording … this time with Eric Trump’s wife, Lara, and it’s shocking. She straight-up offers her around $180k to work on Trump’s reelection campaign — what she made at the White House, but there’s a string attached.

Here’s the recording.

That’s pretty damning considering that’s public campaign funds on the other side of that check. It also flies in the face of the official White House narrative that Omarosa was a bad seed, well gotten rid of. But so far, nothings sticking to the Teflon Don. All the same, I’m enjoying this more than I should. Omarosa’s been hosting this National tea party since she got shit-canned back in December, first on Celebrity Big Brother, now with her book tour. She may be a snake, but I’ve got to hand it to her. Even though her sandwiches suck (dry tuna salad on white bread), the flatware has bits crusty dried up egg on it, her parlor smells of rancid coconut oil, and the linen is stained with God Knows What; the tea that she’s pouring has been consistently strong, bitter and piping hot.


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