Omarosa Manigault made her first appearance on The View and it was evident the old hags who host the show were going to use her to attack President Trump. Sonny Hostin went so far to call Omarosa a token Negro.
Here is how their conversation went:
“You all can sit at the table and continue to talk about those things in the media but we have a job to address— we have a job to make sure the American people have exactly what they need.
You all can keep throwing things at me, I’m not going to really fall for that.”
HOSTIN: The criticism has been in the African-American community that Donald Trump doesn’t really care about the community and in fact, he’s just using you as optics.
OMAROSA: First of all, no one uses me. No one uses me. First and foremost, let me just tell you a little bit about myself and then you can understand how I got where I am. I grew up in Youngstown, Ohio in the west lake projects, a housing project.
So I am the embodiment of the American dream. I grew up on welfare, on section 8 housing.
My father was killed when I was 7 years old. I went to public schools, I went to central of Ohio and got to Howard University. So I earned my way to sit in the White House. No one gave me anything, okay?
“I know people like to put labels on—Omarosa’s black, she’s a woman, she’s this—I’m an American first.”
Joy Behar tried to stop Omarosa from introducing her fiance. She shut Behar with this:
I’m a Republican and he’s a Democrat and we get along just fine.
He brings me such joy and I hope you can find that kind of joy in your life, Joy.