Robert Mueller’s rigged witch hunt against President Trump has been missing one key component.
There have been no whistleblowers who have come forward to provide the smoking gun against President Trump.
But that all changed after one surprise witness stepped up and gave Mueller the testimony he’s been waiting for.
Omarosa Manigault’s Book Tour Takes a Strange Turn
Disgraced White House staffer and former contestant on The Apprentice, Omarosa Manigault, is now peddling an anti-Trump book and recently appeared on MSNBC as part of her publicity tour.
The former White House staffer made headlines by claiming she heard a tape where Trump had used a racial slur.
But her latest interview included a more serious accusation.
Omarosa declared on MSNBC that Trump had advanced knowledge that WikiLeaks was planning to release the hacked emails from the DNC.
Host Katy Tur pressed Omarosa as to whether Trump knew about the emails in advance, to which Omarosa responded “absolutely.”
The MSNBC host followed up by asking Omarosa if she had any proof that backed up her allegations.
Omarosa refused to cite any evidence and dodged the question, stating, “I didn’t say that, you did. I will expose the corruption in the White House and I will continue to blow the whistle about it.”
Another Questionable Allegation
Omarosa wasn’t finished dropping bombshells.
Omarosa also claimed she had been interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, but could not go into detail why Mueller spoke with her.
“That’s the extent I can go in discussing that as well,” Omarosa claimed.
“I feel like my hands are tied because, as you know, I do love to communicate about the things that are going on in my life, but unfortunately, I can’t elaborate,” she continued.
Omarosa did state that she spoke with Mueller to expose “corruption.”
“There is a lot of corruption that went on both in the campaign and the White House. I am going to blow the whistle on all of it. I am very interested in exposing what was happening behind the scenes,” Omarosa declared.
But Americans have reason to doubt Omarosa’s allegations.
ABC News exclusively reported that White House sources told them the special counsel never requested an interview with Omarosa when she worked there:
Sources close to the White House tell ABC News that the team that worked with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office for interviews with Trump administration employees never had Omarosa Manigault-Newman on their list and the special counsel never requested to speak with her while she a White House staffer.
Omarosa later claimed that Mueller’s team interviewed her in February 2018, after she was fired.
Mueller’s office has not responded to the media outlets requests for comment.
Omarosa’s claim is the first time anyone has alleged that Trump knew of the WikiLeaks email dumps in advance.
There is no reason to believe her claims.
But that may not matter.
Mueller is so desperate to bring down the President that he may present Omarosa’s testimony as evidence that Trump must be impeached.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in Robert Mueller’s rigged witch hunt.