Jesse Watters joined Martha MacCallum on "The Story" for another round of "Wednesdays With Watters."

Watters reacted to a newly-released tape from ex-Trump aide Omarosa Manigault Newman that was supposed to hurt President Trump in some way.

The tape shows indicted ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen walking up an airplane stairway and greeting Manigault Newman.

Manigault Newman said it shows that Cohen was involved enough on the Trump campaign to have flown with other campaign staff.

"Omarosa is a joke," Watters said.


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Regarding the new label on Barnum's Animal Crackers, which recently "uncaged" the pictured animals, Watters said the company is "moving along with the times."

Animal rights activists cheered the change in labeling.

"I don't see why they had to change it," MacCallum said. "I'm just not worried about paper animals on the front of a box."

Watters said he unusually took the side of the activists instead, telling MacCallum a humorous story of a young Jesse being picked up by a trainer at the circus and placed atop an elephant that began walking around.

MacCallum later joked with the Philadelphia native and Eagles fan, showing a full-screen image of the box score from the Patriots-Eagles rematch last week.

The Super Bowl champions fell to New England, but Watters said the score was meaningless because it is still preseason.

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