"Kevin", Meyers said, addressing the dog, "I feel I have been very patient with you, but the reality is the quality of your work is not up to our standard".
Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman declared that she "will not be silenced" by President Trump, remaining defiant as her public feud with her former boss appeared to shift to a possible legal battle.
Manigault-Newman, a former White House insider, is on a media blitz promoting her Unhinged book about President Donald Trump, revealing his racism and dishonesty through a number of secret records and promising to drop many more.
However according to the press secretary for the White House Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the book is "riddled with lies and false accusations". "He has done it multiple times, and it's odd because most people, when they think of dogs, they don't think of firing them", Meyers said.
"The President is an equal opportunity person that calls things like he sees it".
In a joint statement after Manigault Newman's appearance on CBS, Pierson and Patton said that "no one ever denied the existence of conversations about a reported "Apprentice" tape" and that they occurred because "Omarosa was obsessed with it".
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"Well, that's not true", Manigault Newman then says on the tape.
Donald Trump is confronting renewed allegations that a recording exists of him using the n-word during the production of The Apprentice.
Minimal association with Trump, like taking a photograph with the president in the Oval Office, was enough for protesters to decry Historically Black Colleges and University presidents on their own campuses previous year.
"Her tell-all mea culpa won't win her any brownie points with most blacks", said Earl Ofari Hutchinson, author of the book "Why Black Lives Do Matter".
The president's demand for arbitration is based on a confidentiality agreement that the Trump campaign states Manigault Newman signed with the organization covering her work on the 2016 campaign. The president slammed Newman for taking advantage of her celebrity and called her out for being a "dog". A woman says he and an accomplice beat the crap out of her after they thought she was filming them in a restaurant. "There is no excuse for it, and Republicans should not be okay with it", said Republican Senator Jeff Flake, a frequent Trump critic.
Sanders defended Trump's use of the word "dog" in reference to Manigault Newman, saying that the president was simply exasperated with his former aide. "There's two people that have never called me a liar about the N-word tape: Donald Trump and Mark Burnett", Arnold said. John Kelly is the White House chief of staff.