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Omarosa Says Critics 'Will Have to Bow Down to President Trump'

Image source YouTube Omarosa Manigault
Rufina Vignone | 25 Settembre, 2016, 00:27

Trump has spent the last several weeks asking black Americans for their support and asserting that President Barack Obama has failed the black community, but those appeals have been undermined at times.

Omarosa Manigault, a contestant on "The Apprentice" who is director of African-American outreach for Trump's campaign, explains what she sees as Trump's motivations for running for president.

In the clip of the upcoming special released by PBS, Omarosa recounted how the ribbing that Trump received from President Barack Obama at the 2011 White House Correspondents' Dinner played a big role in Trump's eventual decision to run for president.

The 30-second ad shows young girls and women looking in the mirror as they hear Trump describe various women as "fat", a "slob" and one who "ate like a pig".

Reality TV star Omarosa Manigault recalled the night that Donald Trump made a decision to run for president of the United States and what motivated him.

For his part, Trump has denied the night had any real impact on him.

"Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump", she adds.

"It's everyone who's ever doubted Donald, who ever disagreed, who ever challenged him", she said. Drawing on dozens of interviews with people close to the candidates, the documentary tells the in-depth story of what makes both Trump and his opponent, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, tick - from their childhoods and school experiences, to their tumultuous careers in the public eye. Joseph McCarthy - that when someone hits you, you need to hit back harder.

"This was intolerable for Donald Trump", Michael D'Antonio, author of The Truth About Trump, says.

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