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Secret audio? In Trump world, there’s always a tape

15 Août 2018

"But he continued it in a very, very derogatory way", she said. Colbert had a slightly different take on Trump's tweet about the news "legitimizing" Omarosa, noting that there's a tiny problem with how much of the media has been dismissing her as an unreliable figure. "But you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides". "I think it's really sad what she's doing at this point". She noted, as examples, Trump's recent criticism of National Basketball Association player LeBron James and California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters.

A source told Hollywood Life that Melania uses fashion to voice her opinion and take subtle shots at Donald when they disagree on a matter.

That was about to change.

Omarosa may be able to play with Trump, but Ryan makes it clear that she won't be toyed with. "She won't backstab-she'll come at you from the front".

"It's fantastic that for two years these folks have been reaching out to me, and I guess I was in denial", Manigault-Newman added.

Did she purposefully wear a Hillary Clinton-esque white pantsuit to Trump's first State of the Union address? But that is of no outcome either, at least with respect to her time in the administration.

When Manigault-Newman returned to the White House and complained about DeVos to Trump, she claims the president shook his head in disgust and implied he'd fire her soon: "She is Ditzy Devos, what do you expect?"

A lawyer for Manigault Newman declined immediate comment.

Trump has also pushed back against Manigault Newman's claim that she had heard an audiotape of him using the N-word.

"This is somebody I've known since 2003", Manigault Newman said. He is the husband of Trump's counselor, Kellyanne Conway. Manigault was hired and then quickly fired by the White House. "It's absurd all around".

In this February 1, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting on African American History Month in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington.

The former official launched a media frenzy amid the release of her book that paints the Trump administration in an unflattering light.

Ms Manigault Newman, the former White House liaison to black voters, writes in her new memoir that she'd heard such tapes existed.

She compares the deal she struck to an effort she says the Trump campaign made to hire her after she left the White House for a $15,000 per month job, with a non-disclosure agreement as a condition. CBS said it has not confirmed the authenticity of the tape. He offered her a "friendly departure", where she could resign to avoid damage to her reputation.

On Monday, the former senior aide revealed a recording she'd made of the President phoning her on the day after she was sacked.

Critics condemned Trump's tweet for what they said were racial and sexist undertones. The claim accuses the former staffer of violating an agreement she signed before joining the 2016 campaign, in which she reportedly promised not to disparage Trump or disclose proprietary information.

Secret audio? In Trump world, there’s always a tape