Trump calls former Apprentice star turned White House aide 'a dog'

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 14, 2018

In a tweet that critics believe is directed at former White House aide, Omarosa Manigault Newman, American President Donald Trump has referred to her as a 'crazed, crying lowlife dog'.

In Manigault Newman's new book, Unhinged, out Tuesday, the ousted White House aide claims that Trump ate the paper in what she suspected was an attempt to destroy "sensitive" information. Guests included Conway and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Trump responded to Manigault-Newman's comments on Twitter Monday morning, saying, "People in the White House hated her".

Manigault-Newman speculates that Trump instructed Kelly to fire her to "keep his hands clean", but also questions "Is General Kelly running this country, or is the president running this country?"

Manigault Newman said she turned it down. A campaign official said the action was filed with the American Arbitration Association. Trump and Conway both chose to use the more legally loaded term of "non-disclosure agreement" when publicly chastising her for sharing scandalous gossip about her White House tenure.

At a debate during the Republican presidential primary season, he was famously asked by moderator Megyn Kelly about his tendency to call women he doesn't like "fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals".

Russian Federation has denied meddling in the election and Trump has repeatedly called the Mueller probe a witch hunt. "What happened?" Trump says on the tape played on NBC's Today show. Last month, his legal team released a secretly recorded conversation between Cohen and Trump, in which they appeared to be discussing a payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claims she had an affair with Trump in 2006.

The recording by the disgruntled 44-year-old, once an ardent Trump ally, represents another stunning breach of presidential trust.

"I am trying to find at least what context it was used in to help us maybe try to figure out a way to spin it", Pierson is heard saying.

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".

Manigault Newman's tell-all book, "Unhinged", hits bookstores on Tuesday.

The person said to be Pierson later says: "No, he said it".

"Okay, well, Frank Luntz knows what it is, apparently heard it", Pierson said, according to Jiang.

She claims Trump asked her if he could be sworn into office on his own book - The Art of the Deal - instead of the traditional bible. "She never made it, never will", Trump said in an August 13 tweet.

The next morning, I immediately notified senior communications officials and a Trump family member of the same, only to discover the true nature of her departure was termination.

Senator Jeff Flake, a Republican from Arizona, called the language used by Trump "unbecoming of a President of the United States".

The President's tweet may likely draw more attention to the media circus surrounding Omarosa, as well as the suitability of tweeting about ex-employees alongside matters of defense or foreign policy.

Back then, she wouldn't go as far as questioning Trump's character when it came to his attitude toward different races.

"I saw him put a note in his mouth".

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