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Omarosa Claims She Walked In On Trump Eating Paper In Oval Office

Omarosa Claims She Walked In On Trump Eating Paper In Oval Office

Manigault Newman's claims were published on Friday by The Guardian, which obtained a copy of the memoir.

In other words, Manigault said this to NPR: "Hearing it changed everything for me".

Omarosa recounted the story in her new book, Unhinged: An Insider Account of the Trump White House.

"Everything was fine until I got in the way of what her boss wanted, which was to attack the press", Ryan writes in the book, which is out next month from Rowman & Littlefield.

She also she has heard the president use racist words against George Conway, the husband of counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway.

Over the course of the past two years, actor Tom Arnold has continued to allege that tapes exist of Donald Trump using racist language on the set of his TV show The Apprentice.

"By that point, three sources in three separate conversations had described the contents of this tape", she said.

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After Manigault Newman confided her desire to hear the N-word tape to then-White House communications director Hope Hicks, the Unhinged author writes that Hicks then told chief of staff John Kelly that Manigualt Newman was "close to getting her hands on the tape", leading to her termination.

FILE - In this February 14, 2017, file photo, Omarosa Manigault-Newman, then an aide to President Donald Trump, watches during a meeting with parents and teachers in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington. Manigault Newman also says that other aides in the White House kept tabs on rumors of the tape. "He hated him. He never explained why, but now I believe it was because Obama was black". They thought Trump was being Trump, off the cuff. She was sacked in December 2017 after what White House aides said were multiple instances of misconduct, including misuse of a auto service and attempting to photograph her wedding on White House grounds.

The White House has already slammed the book as "riddled with lies and false accusations".

The report doesn't address whether Schiller signed a non-disclosure agreement as part of that agreement, but given Trump's aggressive history of intimidation by litigation, it would be surprising if he didn't make signing an NDA a requirement of everyone leaving the White House.

New York Magazine's Yashar Ali responded, "I feel like books used to go through more fact-checking. I wish you continued success". Trump expresses his displeasure.

After she was sacked, Manigault Newman wrote, she received a call from Trump campaign adviser Lara Trump, the president's daughter-in-law, offering her a job and the monthly contract in exchange for her silence.

"Call us anytime", Kushner says on the call, according to the book. The media is "giving her a platform", according to the White House press secretary, which is "even worse".