Omarosa Manigault Newman Releases Firing Tape

Omarosa Manigault Newman Releases Firing Tape

She says it proves stories that she had to be dragged out of The White House during that XMAS party in December, 2017 were false.

On the recording, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly can be heard talking to Omarosa in the Situation Room.

The book is due to be released next week, but CNN obtained a copy on Friday.

Another surprising tidbit of information that came from this interview with Chuck Todd is that Manigault-Newman also believes that everyone who left the West Wing is now having their silence paid for.

Omarosa Manigault Newman campaigns for then-candidate Donald Trump in Charlotte on October 14, 2016.

Conway said that, in her more than two years working with Trump, she has never heard him use a racial slur about anyone. Trump replied, according to her account.

But Manigault Newman now says she was "used" by Trump for years, calling him a "con" who "has been masquerading as someone who is actually open to engaging with diverse communities" and is "truly a racist".

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Shortly after Manigault-Newman was sacked in January the White House created a new policy that bars staff and guests from using personal cellphones in the West Wing. "And so the only thing that's changed is that she's now selling books".

Manigault's allegations echo comments the former Trump ally made in her upcoming memoir, Unhinged.

"I protected myself because this is a White House where everybody lies; the president lies to the American people, Sarah Huckabee [Sanders] stands in front of the country and lies every single day", she said.

Cohen's position - on the outside of the White House looking in, facing a lengthy prison term and the loss of his law license for making tapes of his clients - makes his dismissal of Manigault Newman's latest claim all the more remarkable. When talking about the reason she was releasing a book and the secret recordings, which she claims will give people a behind the scenes peek into all the lies told in the White House, she explained that it's for her own protection. On the Saturday anniversary of the riot, Trump tweeted, "I condemn all types of racism and acts of violence", which some have interpreted as more waffling, as reported by USA Today. The salary for the job was reportedly lucrative but she would have had to sign a non-disclosure agreement. The official said their approach would be similar to their response to Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" roll out.

Price said cellphones and recording devices are not allowed in the room, though aides are not screened before entering.

"This White House has a problem with the truth", Manigault Newman writes, seeming to pre-empt the pushback the West Wing launched even before the publication date.