While Republicans try to avoid the tag “authoritarian,” they keep proving it everyday, like it's now or never:
Omarosa Manigault, a communications official in the Trump administration and the reality TV personality who has entered the White House thanks to her close relationship with Donald Trump, allegedly bullied a journalist during an altercation, and said that the Trump administration has “dossiers” on some reporters.
The argument, according to The Washington Post, was a result of accusations that the reporter, American Urban Radio Networks White House correspondent April D. Ryan, was “manipulated” by the Hillary Clinton campaign. According to Ryan, Manigault “stood right in my face like she was going to hit me,” Ryan said. “I said, ‘You better back up.’ . . . She thought I would be bullied. I won’t be.” Post reporter Abby Phillip, who was near the argument, said the law enforcement intervention was requested by Ryan, who felt Manigault’s “behavior was so threatening.”
MUST WATCH: But I've saved the best for last. You won't believe just how obvious this whole authoritarian movement is…get ready to bow down before the great Trump. As the most powerful man in the universe, has achieved the ultimate revenge against his opponents, according to Manigualt:
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