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Secretly taping conversations is not unknown in Trump world

When U.S. President Donald Trump was attacking Barack Obama and saying the former commander-in-chief wasn't born in the United States, he asserted that it was all political.

While on the show, she addressed several controversies now centered around her, including possessing a tape in which Trump allegedly says "n****r" and another in which White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is heard talking to her about her role in the Trump administration, ultimately asking her to leave.

The Guardian also notes that Omarosa does not write in the book that she has ever heard him say the word, either on tape or in person.

He said Trump was probably faking being incredulous when Manigault-Newman informed him she'd been fired.

She repeatedly told her to calm down and when asked if she actually heard Trump use the racial slur, Omarosa fired back with, "I answered that question, Savannah, so what's the next question?"

"I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have".

"Look at her MANY recent quotes saying", he added in a second tweet, "such wonderful and powerful things about me - a true Champion of Civil Rights - until she got fired".




Donald Trump fired Omarosa Manigault Newman from "The Apprentice" three times, but it's her fourth dismissal that's turning into a White House scandal. "I just saw on the news that you're thinking about leaving, what happened?"

Manigault Newman eyes flashed at this point and she became condescending. "She made it up", the president tweeted Monday evening.

The US leader fired back at his former employee on Monday, and accused her of "begging" for her job and causing problems within the White House.

Trump said in an August 13 tweet that Manigault Newman indeed signed such an agreement. Mr. Trump came to office vowing to hire "only the best people" - but has struggled to put a lid on leaks, incompetence, backbiting and scandal inside his White House.

Because reality TV stars apparently can't stay away from the camera, Omorosa participated in an episode of TLC's Say Yes to the Dress, working with her friends and family, not to mention host Randy Fenoli, to find the one.

A recording Manigault-Newman secretly made of her firing shows the chief of staff citing 'some pretty, in my opinion, significant integrity issues'. "And the bottom line is, I can tell you for a fact she was complicit, but she also did the bidding, and she wanted to prove that she was in their camp because she used to be a Democrat". But people familiar with the documents signed by senior officials early in the administration previously told CNN the documents contain little legal underpinning and were devised as a way to placate a President intent on keeping his aides quiet. It is audio of a phone conversation Manigault-Newman had with Trump the day after she was sacked.

The latest recording appears to show a President who has little knowledge of what is happening inside his own White House - or who is willing to lie to avoid confrontation. She joined his presidential campaign as director of African-American Outreach and landed a job in his administration as his assistant and communications director for the Office of Public Liaison.

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