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with flashbacks to 1989 when they were kids. but we are women who have gone through nine months of pregnancy and given birth." Manigault Newman said of Trump and Kelly.J. President Trump called former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman a "lowlife"(The Washington Post)"Wacky Omarosa who got fired 3 times on the Apprentice now got fired for the last time" Trump said "She never made it never will She begged me for a job tears in her eyes I said Ok"Trump said he would "rarely see" Manigault Newman in the White House a claim that contradicts reports that she enjoyed a close relationship with the president In two follow-up tweets Trump continued to disparage his former aide saying he had "heard really bad things" about her and claiming that she "would constantly miss meetings & work""When Gen Kelly came on board he told me she was a loser & nothing but problems I told him to try working it out if possible because she only said GREAT things about me – until she got fired" Trump saidHe added that while it was "not presidential" to attack her he was doing so because he believes the media will be trying to make her "look as legitimate as possible"The Washington Post had previously reported on Manigault Newman’s account of the conversation with Trump the day after her firing On the recording aired Monday morning Trump is heard expressing surprise that Manigault Newman was fired"Omarosa what’s going on" Trump asks "I just saw on the news that you’re thinking about leaving What happened"Manigault Newman responds that Kelly told her that she had been dismissed"No Nobody even told me about it" Trump replies "You know they run a big operation but I didn’t know it I didn’t know that Goddamnit I don’t love you leaving at all"In an appearance on Fox News on Monday morning White House spokesman Hogan Gidley declined to say whether Trump had specifically ordered Manigault Newman’s firing but blasted her claims that Kelly was in charge as "absolutely ludicrous and ridiculous""The president makes the decisions in this White House" Gidley said "I’m not going to get into the tick tock of who knew what and when"Trump tweeted later Monday that Manigault Newman "already has a fully signed Non-Disclosure Agreement" It was not immediately clear what the president meantThe Washington Post reported Friday that after being fired Manigault Newman declined a $15000-a-month job offer with Trump’s reelection campaign which came with a "companion agreement" including nondisclosure and nondisparagement provisions Copies of both documents were obtained by The PostThe "consulting agreement" describes Manigault Newman’s proposed services as "speaking appearances" "fundraising appearances" and "diversity outreach"The release of the audio comes one day after Manigault Newman shared a separate recording of what she says is the conversation in which Kelly informed her she was being firedIn an appearance on NBC’s "Meet the Press" on Sunday Manigault Newman said she made the recording in the Situation Room – a revelation that White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said that if true "shows a blatant disregard for our national security"Asked during Monday’s "Today" show interview about how she made the recording Manigault Newman declined to answer saying only "I’ll just leave that to your imagination"She defended making recordings of her calls and meetings with Trump Kelly and others saying that if she hadn’t the White House would have claimed that the conversations never occurred"Had I not recorded this people would say ‘She has a credibility issue’ " she saidShe also maintained that she has heard a three-minute audio recording on which Trump uses the n-word multiple times as host of "The Apprentice" Manigault Newman has written that such a recording exists but has not provided evidence"He was talking about some African-Americans in the production during the course of ‘The Apprentice’ which is unacceptable" Manigault Newman said urging reporters to ask Trump whether he has ever used the racial epithetAnd she took issue with the way in which the meeting to discuss her departure from the White House was handled telling NBC’s Savannah Guthrie "It’s not acceptable for four men to take a woman into a room lock the door and tell her that she cannot leave""The moment I said I would like to leave and they said I can’t go it became false imprisonment" she saidGidley disputed Manigault Newman’s account of the meeting although he declined to go into detail"More will come out about this but the way she characterizes that meeting is completely false" Gidley said "Apparently telling the truth wasn’t paying her bills so she decided to switch her story just to make a quick buck"Manigault Newman also said Monday that she believes Trump is mentally unfit to serve as president arguing that if Trump was telling the truth in his phone call to her the day after her firing then he is not aware of what’s going on in his own White House"No I don’t think he’s fit" she saidThis article was written by Felicia Sonmez a reporter for The Washington Post The Washington Post’s Stephanie McCrummen and Josh Dawsey contributed to this reportIntermittent failure of diesel generators powering the health care facility makes these tools invaluable for illuminating patients’ bodies allowing doctors to complete surgical procedures Sometimes power must be shut down to conserve fuel During the wet season roads to the hospital can become impassable making fuel deliveries impossibleThis expensive and unreliable electricity source was once all that was available for a hospital serving nearly 500000 people in central Liberia That changed this spring when Backus-based Rural Renewable Energy Alliance helped install a solar microgrid system alongside some of the hospital’s staff and other locals"We take our electricity for granted here" said Jason Edens director of Rural Renewable Energy Alliance or RREAL "Nearly 2 billion people on Earth have no consistent access to electricity"The solar panels will cut the hospital’s fuel consumption by about one-third Edens said offering a savings of $150000 to $200000 in a yearThis was the first project completed as part of the nonprofit’s Skip the Grid program focused on making solar power possible for health care facilities and other critical infrastructure in West Africa Developed in conjunction with the Northeast Minnesota Synod Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church Skip the Grid is already raising funds for its next project at Curran Hospital in northern LiberiaEdens said increasing energy security is not only important for immediate surrounding communities but also has a global impact Phebe Hospital for example was at the center of treating patients during the Ebola outbreak in 2014-15"If hospitals are more energy secure they’re able to achieve better health outcomes and better health outcomes are good for all of us" Edens said "We live in a global community and community members are all across the world We feel an obligation to serve"But the mission isn’t just about building solar panels It’s also about building a workforce and offering communities the chance at localized and democratic solutions to energy poverty Edens said The program took another step toward its mission the past two weeks with two Phebe Hospital workers and four other Africans traveling nearly 6000 miles to Backus for solar power trainingEdens said training others how to build solar arrays means the nonprofit’s work can extend beyond the individual projects the organization commits its resources to "It doesn’t make sense for an organization like ours to come in and simply do installations and leave and say ‘Enjoy the solar facility we hope it’s great for you’" Edens said "It makes much more sense to go to communities where there is an articulated need where someone has said ‘We would benefit from this’ And work with them to not only deploy solar energy systems but to also do workforce development and provide jobs not only for that project but then to conduct follow-up training Then members of those communities can develop the solar workforce and do similar projects for their own community"The RREAL training offered by nonprofit Solar Energy International will not only reach those in West Africa but the knowledge it offers will make its way to southeastern Africa as wellMuzalema Mwanza is a civil engineer from Siavonga Zambia who is also a fellow with the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders Mwanza said she learned of RREAL while attending a fair about new energy in MinneapolisEdens said the faith community and others in the Backus area have opened their homes and kitchens to the African visitors ensuring they have a favorable and authentic Minnesota cultural experience"It is such a good news story" Edens said "The community around here has stepped up to welcome the six trainees . It’s just been amazing It gives me goosebumps just telling about it"While the training will last just two weeks Edens has lofty goals for the effect the nonprofit will have on advancing clean energy and even diplomacy"Greater Minnesota is finding ways to partner across the globe for the benefit of all of us" he said "Diplomacy doesn’t only take place from the US State Department It’s about building bridges across continents . Workforce development is a way to throw a small pebble into a big pond and have ripples carry forward for a long time so the impact of this training will bear fruit for decades and decades"How to helpThe Rural Renewable Energy Alliance is accepting donations to support its Skip the Grid program Visit wwwskipthegridorg to learn more about the project and to donate Visit https://tinyurlcom/SkiptheGrid to view RREAL’s YouTube channel which offers numerous videos about this project and others overseen by the organizationFor more information about Skip the Grid contact RREAL at 218-947-3779That man, she reported — at the Comfort Inn as part of her investigation, adding, He is able to control the pace of the game, The court held that it was an abuse of court process to bring same matter to the appellate court having taken it to the Supreme Court. Speaking on the court’s decision.
2018, both of whom attended the meeting with the Vice President on Monday 28 May, stating that unemployment has ravaged the society under APC. Phil Neville," Maas said.Since the flood, Hajiya Amina Musa, Tennessee. “We want him to bring out the money so that members can benefit from it. “Pastor Tunde Bakare was right… we are pen Prophets…” DAILY POST reported on Tuesday that Saraki announced that he was no longer a member of the ruling All Progressives Congress.
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