Manigault Newman - who first gained fame as a contestant on Trump's reality TV show The Apprentice - has dripped out recordings of embarrassing private conversations at the White House as she promotes a memoir about her time with "The Donald".
Now she has released a book filled with unsavory White House inside stories - Trump says the ones about him are false - and has been playing recordings of the president and others on TV.
"I think that it just shows you that if he would say that publicly, what else would he say about me privately", she said on MSNBC. However, before the host had his chance to interview her, she left the studio, he said.
Omarosa is on a publicity tour for her new book recounting her time in the Trump administration.
Trump insisted, "I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have". Some of them offered hope for Manigault Newman, however conditional.
"Nothing has more meaning to Donald than himself", she says, alleging that he and his wife Melania sleep in separate rooms and that Trump has brought a tanning bed with him to the White House.
"Because of his small ability to communicate, he would give them these derogatory nicknames and it just wasn't appropriate", Manigault-Newman said. "Good work by General (John) Kelly for quickly firing that dog!", Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to his chief of staff.
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The former reality television star was the highest-ranking black employee in the White House.
Over Easter 2018, when there was a spate of firings from the Trump White House, Souza posted a photo of the head of the Easter Bunny outfit behind some unaware children, with the caption, "Apparently the Easter Bunny got fired yesterday and no one even noticed".
"Donald Trump now is at the point where he's so fragile and can not ever, ever be in any interaction, any exchange in any room that's just not pure lionization, canonization", Deutsch concluded.
More than 8 in 10 blacks said they thought Trump was racist in a February poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Manigault Newman claims to have asked President Trump shortly after the shoving incident.
In her book Omarosa said of Melania Trump: "It's my opinion that Melania was forced to go to the border that day in June, essentially, to mop up her husband's mess".
From Apprentice personality to assistant to the president of the United States to whistleblower? In a taped conversation provided by Manigault-Newman to CBS News on Tuesday, Pierson appears to confirm that the president used the slur.
The 44-year-old also referenced when Melania wore the 'I Really Don't Really Care, Do U?' jacket during a trip to the Texas Border facility - a time when the president enacted a "zero tolerance" immigration policy.