Omarosa Violated ‘Lowlife Statute’ With Secret WH Recordings

WASHINGTON – Disgruntled former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman is potentially facing legal jeopardy for violating the little-known ‘Lowlife Statute.’ She did so when she admitted in her new book that she secretly recorded Chief of Staff John Kelly in the White House Situation Room.

The Lowlife Statute, an obscure law found under Chapter 4 – Backstabbing the President, Section 20MAGA20, subsection b(1) of the federal penal code, states that:
“Anyone who is labeled a ‘Lowlife’ by the president, after said lowlife has been dismissed from their government position (which the president did publicly this weekend), and who then tries to profit at the expense of the president, or lies like a vindictive witch, shall be in violation of possessing any integrity and is subject to prosecution by the president’s legal team.”

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In her new book, Unhinged: A Parasite’s Account of the Trump White House, Omarosa revealed that President Trump even used an n-word around her. “When I asked the president if we could make everything about me, he curtly told me ‘No.’ Clearly, he’s a racist.”

Omarosa reveals in her book that the Situation Room got its name because Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, of Jersey Shore fame, once spent the night there. She’s also already busy working on her next book, Unemployed: Why Going to War With Trump Was A Really Bad Idea.


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