Published: Tue, August 14, 2018
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

President Trump calls ex-aide ‘crazed, crying, lowlife dog’

President Trump calls ex-aide ‘crazed, crying, lowlife dog’

"She wore that jacket to hurt Trump", Manigault Newman writes.

[MUSIC] I can't expand upon, because I have to still go back to work with these individuals, but when I have a chance to tell my story, Michael Quite a story to tell.

What is contained in the remainder of Manigault Newman's tapes is a mystery, at least for now. According to her, there are "protections afforded" to her for blowing the whistle on those in the White House. The official declined to specify what specific legal steps were being considered.

Someone she knew, who knew political strategist Frank Luntz told her that Luntz had heard it. Lynne", as in Lynne Patton, the longtime Trump aide, "reported she asked Trump about it on the plane, specifically whether it was possible such a tape might exist, and he said no.

"The law governing the taping of these conversations varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction".

Ms Manigault-Newman also revealed that she was sacked by then - incoming Chief of Staff, John Kelly in December 2017, and claimed she was forcibly removed from the White House. However, the practice operates on the honor system and advisers are not searched before entering.

In her new book, "Unhinged," Omarosa claims the Trump campaign was aware of the existence of the tape.

Manigault-Newman was hesitant to answer questions directly related to her personal actions, instead focusing on the actions of Kelly and the Trump administration.


"The president has no control over the decisions that other people make", she said.

But certain audio clips Manigault Newman released were definitively from 2016, including a tape where Trump campaign aides are heard discussing how to address a recording in which Trump is heard saying the N-word.

Trump confirmed the requirement in one of several Monday tweets about his former protégé: "Wacky Omarosa already has a fully signed Non-Disclosure Agreement". "She made it up". Look at her MANY recent quotes saying such wonderful and powerful things about me - a true Champion of Civil Rights - until she got fired. People in the White House hated her.

"If you're caught on tape, that's a bit more dramatic that the "he said, she said".

Trump's White House has always amounted to an irregular workplace, sometimes proudly so. "He absolutely has an issue with the truth, and sometimes he battles with reality".

The "Daily Show" host added: "Seriously, though, Omarosa had to spend a year in the White House to learn that Donald Trump doesn't know what he's doing". But he clearly thought highly enough of her to give her a top post at his White House following his election. Trump's former Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison has, admittedly, executed an impressive rollout - of a style and, yes, substance more newsworthy than the book's contents.

The former reality star highlighted two outfits in her new book "Unhinged" - a pink "pussy bow" blouse that the First Lady wore after the controversial Access Hollywood tape was unearthed.

Patton: "He goes, how do you think I should handle it and I told him exactly what you just said, Omarosa, which is well, it depends on what scenario you are talking about".

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