Omarosa's new White House recording sounds alarm bells across Twitter

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 12, 2018

The President's typically unpresidential name-calling was directed at former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newmam who has made the claims in her forthcoming book Unhinged.

She repeated what she asserts in the book: that Trump is a "racist, misogynist and bigot", a realization that she said dawned on her only as her rocky White House tenure came to an end. In her book, Newman describes hearing about the tape but not hearing it herself.

But when pressed about her version in the book, Manigault Newman told to NPR: "I heard the tape". In a subsequent interview, she changed her story to say that she had heard Trump utter that word, a reversal that highlighted her not-exactly-sterling level of credibility. 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.

The organizer of last year's event, white nationalist Jason Kessler, was denied a permit in Charlottesville this year but has secured permission to hold a demonstration on Sunday in Washington, D.C., across the street from the White House. They continue to deceive this nation by how mentally declined he [Trump] is, how hard it is for him to process complex information. How hard it is for him to process complex information. "How he has not engaged in some of the most important decisions that impact our country". "So yes, I had to protect myself, and I have no regrets about it".

In response to her media tour, the White House has painted Manigault Newman as a vengeful, untrustworthy opportunist.

President Trump marked the anniversary of the deadly neo-Nazi march in Charlottesville, Virginia with a tweet that did not single out white supremacists as responsible, while his Jewish daughter named the racist ideology and condemned it.

And Trump called her a "lowlife" during a photoshoot on Saturday.

Manigault Newman claims she personally witnessed Trump using derogatory language while in the White House. 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.

And she claimed that the Trump campaign offered her a job in exchange for signing a restrictive non-disclosure agreement to keep her from talking critically about her time with the campaign and the White House.

The Associated Press purchased a copy of the book ahead of its release.

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