‘Edo’ woman becomes Donald Trump’s campaign manager

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Donald Trump just hired Omaroseonee Onee Manigault as his campaign director of African-American outreach.

Omarosa, as she prefers to be called, revealed this on a live television interview.

The controversial lady worked in the office of then-Vice President Al Gore during the Clinton Administration as a scheduling correspondent.

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According to Omarosa, “It happened this week. It’s really an extension of the work that has already been doing and so I’m very happy to take up that cause for Donald Trump.

“I just spent an amazing weekend with African-Americans for Trump, about 300 of them,’ she continued.

“Those numbers would be flawed according to the people who came out to support.

“I’m very happy to take up that cause for Donald Trump.

“We had an amazing faith-based service yet with African-Americans who support Donald Trump.

“The reception yesterday evening with African-Americans was amazing.

“But my reality is that I’m surrounded by people who to want see Donald Trump as the next president of the United States, who are African-American.”

An exit poll among African Americans shows Trump has very minimal support from African Americans.

“The poll also showed Trump having zero support among black voters in Pennsylvania, Ohio’s next door neighbor.

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“This another state that Donald will have to pick up if he plans to beat Democrat Hillary Clinton in the fall.

“In Ohio, 88 percent of black voters said they supported Clinton, while in Pennsylvania 91 percent said she had their vote,” reports UK mail online.

Omarosa said she was aware that her job would be an uphill climb, but she didn’t believe it was nearly that steep.

See her pictures below:


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