Trump Fires Back at Former Staffer Omarosa Manigault

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 14, 2018

The dispute has been building for days as Manigault Newman promotes her memoir "Unhinged", which comes out officially Tuesday. Apparently, the incident only brought the Trump's administration's Office of Public Liaison under further scrutiny. She left her job in the White House last December. Donald Trump presented the show, and Manigault Newman was one of the people competing on it.

Sometimes this White House just comes out and says it.

She added that Trump should be impeached. She originally meant to get married in Jacksonville in March 2017, but changed her plans after facing death threats. 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. She recorded the conversation when she was sacked and subsequently released that audio recording.

Manigault Newman, who served as director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison, was sacked by White House chief of staff John Kelly in December. Manigault Newman released part of the recording Sunday on the NBC television show "Meet the Press".

Manigault Newman answered, "Well, absolutely".

In addition, Manigault Newman may have broken a nondisclosure agreement that everyone in the West Wing must sign, Kellyanne Conway said on August 12. As a senior staff and assistant to the President I have seen things that have made me uncomfortable, that have upset me, that have affected me deeply and emotionally.

Manigault Newman is an unlikely candidate for a campaign job, given that she was let go for unprofessional conduct like hosting a bridal party photo shoot at the White House.

America First PAC, the political action committee backing Trump, and the RNC have paid Parscale, the former head of the 2016 campaign's digital media outreach effort, who is now the campaign manager for Trump's nascent reelection bid, in 15 separate payments of $15,000 from March 2017 to June 2018.

Manigault Newman says she considered the statement a "threat". She said Trump used the racial slur to describe Kwame Jackson, a fellow contestant on the "Apprentice's" first season.

But critics condemned Manigault Newman for secretly recording in the White House's Situation Room.

"None of us have been able to identify that it would be illegal if unclassified", said Mark Zaid, a Washington attorney, who has focused on national security law. In the past, this included former President Barack Obama and his top aides watching in real-time the hunting down of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden.

U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd L) and Vice President Joe Biden (L), along with members of the national security team, receive an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House, May 1, 2011.

But the campaign official said the onetime Trump booster, now the president's sworn enemy, had already signed a almost identical one a year and a half earlier.

"What has happened is that this White House created this monster and it was even before this White House, you know, I would say Donald Trump created his own monster and now the monster.he created the monster in his own likeness and the monster has come back to bite him", Ryan said.

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