In a remarkable twist, former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman said Sunday she recorded her own firing by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly because she felt the need to protect her reputation.
Fox News host Leland Vittert suggested on Sunday that President Donald Trump could not be "racist" because he hired Omarosa Manigault to work in the White House.
Manigault Newman said that Trump "never said the n-word in my presence", but in her book she cites unnamed sources who claim to know of the existence of a recording where the president uses that word on the set of "The Apprentice".
Manigault Newman had said in the book that she had not personally heard the recording.
"I've heard his voice", Manigault Newman said. Since leaving the White House in December, she has penned a book, which she is now promoting.
Raising a hand to his mouth, he turned to reporters in the room and called her a "low-life".
On NBC, Tapper reminded Manigault Newman that in December 2016 she had written: "I am living the American Dream because of Donald Trump.it's very hard to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn't like black people and black women".
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Omarosa needs a lawyer-she made a recording of the White House Chief of Staff in a classified area called a SCIF.
"It had finally sunk in that the person I'd thought I'd known so well for so long was actually a racist", she wrote, according to The Guardian. In the interview, LeBron said that Trump was trying to create division through sports Omarosa updated his statement with a PR savviness that only a reality TV star turned politician could truly possess.
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It's the sort of secret that might leave Donald Trump red-faced - were it not for his famously orange complexion.
Manigault told the site Trump "wants to start a race war", and added, "he's succeeding".
But Newman pushed back against her critics by arguing that she can substantiate her claims in the book. In his bid to bring order to a fractious West Wing, Kelly had earlier imposed stricter rules about who had access to the President, a move that senior officials said limited Manigault Newman's time in the Oval Office. "No one. So, I protected myself, and I'm so glad I did".