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Try not to stare too long at today’s #EndorseThis screenshot. It appears as though the ghost boy from Three Men and a Baby has chosen to show up behind interview-guest Omarosa’s left shoulder. The reverse-negative NBC peacock on hand doesn’t make it any less eerie. Finally, there’s the lady on the left rocking one hell of a nice bracelet.

But it’s the subject of the MSNBC clip that has the interweb buzzing. Omarosa Manigault-Newman fires back at President Trump over his tweets attacking her brains and work ethic, claiming that she has many “tapes” of Trump’s wayward White House conversations with herself and others. “He (isn’t) fit to hold the office of the President,” she tells Ali Velshi and Stephanie Ruhle.

At 3:00 comes the payoff as Omarosa comments on Trump’s mental health.

The mad master’s apprentice rebels!

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