Omarosa Manigault Newman released another secretly-recorded conversation with someone in President Donald Trump’s inner circle on Thursday, the latest in a series of such clips she’s published to promote a new tell-all book.
Many women came forward to speak of Trump’s behaviour in the past, but the former White House adviser added that “it would be safe to assume that there were many others”.
Charlie Kirk, the founder of the conservative campus group Turning Point USA, cited the poll as evidence that Trump “is breaking the Democrat party as we know it”.
Sources told Sherman that Trump was advised by his close confidants to “ignore” the book.
One of its biggest revelations is that there is a tape that exists of Trump saying the infamous N-word on the set of The Apprentice.
Since announcing the release of her book, she has released a number of recordings including one allegedly from the White House’s Situation Room, where she was sacked from the Office of Public Liaison in February by John Kelly, the administration’s Chief of Staff.
Along with criticism of Manigault Newman by both Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, Trump himself has weighed in on the book tour, describing Manigault Newman as “a crazed, crying lowlife” and congratulating Kelly for “quickly firing that dog!”.
He also ridiculed Trump’s daughter-in-law Lara Trump over the recording Omarosa released of their conversation showing her calculating the annual income of the $15k/month she was offering to her.
“This White House has a credibility issue”, she said.
The president on Thursday tweeted: “Thank you for the kind words, Omarosa” in a post that included the link to a video, released by the Republican National Committee, that is a compilation of broadcast interviews in which Manigault Newman makes positive comments about Trump.
“Hell hath no fury like Omarosa scorned”, Nunberg told Sherman.
To be honest, writing an entire book about the Trump administration sounds like a lot of oxygen given to the president, but exposing political truths can take a lot of necessary heavy breathing.
On Thursday, she released audio of what she believes was an attempt to silence her after she was sacked from her White House gig. “Other than the disclosing of classified information, which is a crime in and of itself and has nothing to do with a nondisclosure agreement, I don’t know how you hold a public employee, a government employee accountable to a nondisclosure agreement”. That is truly evidence that this man is not trying to unite us. “He has absolutely no respect for women, for African-Americans”. Omarosa said she would be happy to take the letter and personally give it to Ivanka. She said she would release more tapes “if I need to”.
Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., called the language used by Trump “unbecoming of a President of the United States”.
Trump, for instance, said that Mitt Romney “choked like a dog” when he ran for president. And he said Sen.