During a Thursday morning interview on “Fox & Friends,” Omarosa Manigault criticized the so-called “inclusive” Women’s March against Donald Trump for kicking out a pro-life group ahead of their Saturday protest in Washington, DC.
So let me get this straight,” host Steve Doocy first noted. “It’s an inclusive, women’s protest, but to be included, you have to think just like them?”
“That’s right,” Trump’s incoming White House assistant answered. “If you don’t share their views — i.e. if you’re not a Democrat — they don’t want you to take part.”
“It’s not inclusive, but also women’s issues are a top priority for this president,” she added. He’s been advocating for families for food, transportation and healthcare.”
“These women — if you aren’t sharing their views — don’t come march. Don’t raise your voice. It is not representative of what our country is about.”
“I understand that people are hurt,” the former “Apprentice” star said in closing. “Their candidate didn’t win, but on the eve of this great celebration of this nation, we have to come together. Enough is enough. ”
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