Former VP Al Gore’s Office Couldn’t Wait To Get Rid Of Omarosa, Too

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
At 24 years of age, she scored an entry-level, $25,000-per-year post replying to invitations for the vice president. According to The Times, she left a mound of 13 months-worth of unanswered correspondence addressed to Gore below her desk.

People Magazine reported a former staffer said, “she didn’t do her job, and it got everybody in trouble.”

“She was the worst hire we ever made,” Mary Margaret Overbey, Gore’s former office administrator told The Times.

Manigault was then moved to the Clinton White House to the position of deputy associate director of presidential personnel. She only lasted eight months in that job until she was transferred out of the White House all together to the Commerce Department.

There, Cheryl Shavers, who served as the Department’s undersecretary for technology, described Manigault to The Times as “unqualified and disruptive,” so she “had her removed.” Savers also told People Magazine in 2004 that “One woman wanted to slug her.”

Former VP Al Gore’s Office Couldn’t Wait To Get Rid Of Omarosa, Too
 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
At 24 years of age, she scored an entry-level, $25,000-per-year post replying to invitations for the vice president. According to The Times, she left a mound of 13 months-worth of unanswered correspondence addressed to Gore below her desk.

People Magazine reported a former staffer said, “she didn’t do her job, and it got everybody in trouble.”

“She was the worst hire we ever made,” Mary Margaret Overbey, Gore’s former office administrator told The Times.

Manigault was then moved to the Clinton White House to the position of deputy associate director of presidential personnel. She only lasted eight months in that job until she was transferred out of the White House all together to the Commerce Department.

There, Cheryl Shavers, who served as the Department’s undersecretary for technology, described Manigault to The Times as “unqualified and disruptive,” so she “had her removed.” Savers also told People Magazine in 2004 that “One woman wanted to slug her.”

Former VP Al Gore’s Office Couldn’t Wait To Get Rid Of Omarosa, Too
She sounds like a real piece of work.
To see both sides admit that this woman is totally useless, inept, and inacceptable is really telling.
I cannot remember any person that was so bad that both republicans and democrats would agree on their unsuitability for a job.

It's almost funny. She must be a real load.
 

Hijinx

Well-Known Member
I would still like to know why Trump brought her onboard in the first place.
Are we sure that Trump personally brought her on board.?
I would like to know the reason Trump got Sessions for Attorney General.
Lots of things would be nice to know.

He sure got stung on this one , no doubt of that, No good deed goes unpunished.
 

Kyle

Imagine No Democrats
PREMO Member
Are we sure that Trump personally brought her on board.?
I would like to know the reason Trump got Sessions for Attorney General.
Lots of things would be nice to know.

He sure got stung on this one , no doubt of that, No good deed goes unpunished.
I think Sessions was a price Trump was urged to pay by advisors to gain favor with a segment of the swamp.

It was definitely a bad bargain.
 
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