John Kelly Gives Omarosa Manigault Limited Access to the White House

John Kelly Gives Omarosa Manigault Limited Access to the White House

Omarosa Manigault is well-known as one of Donald Trump's chief advisors. Sources from The Daily Beast revealed that John Kelly, who since July this year works in one of the high-rank job positions in the White House, is trying to hamper Manigault's specific contact to the head of state. Kelly is the Director of Communications in the Public Liaison Office.

 

To achieve his mission, Kelly has attempted to impede Manigault and other superior staff associates from accessing the news articles that have not been scrutinized. This technique is the key to controlling the head of State's thought pattern.

 

Manigault aggravated Trump regarding in-house acts and performances at the White House.

It is clear that it was normal for the president's assistants at the White House to sneak into his particular office desk and give him every rumor which mostly entailed downbeat news. The negative news often sidetracks and irritates the president.

 

Manigault is said to have always brought negative energy to the president’s office which in turn affects Trump’s daily routine and interaction with the entire White House staff. She does this often by either engaging the president with negative news via calls or printing out pieces of negative information for Trump to see. This make Trump spend the entire day in a furious state. For instance, Manigault's missions are always successful through Trump’s attention concerning written online articles that are not pleasant.

 

Manigault attained a high rank at the White House for such kinds of deeds. It also has impeded Trump's attention towards reaching out to African-Americans. Kelly's predecessor, Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, also made efforts to limit Manigault’s access to Trump. He tried to reorganize the meetings in the West Wings to restrict the number of people having direct access to Trump.

 

 

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