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Trump, Citing TV Producer, Says Racial Slur Tape Doesn't Exist

Trump, Citing TV Producer, Says Racial Slur Tape Doesn't Exist

Manigault-Newman - the director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison before she was sacked previous year by Chief of Staff John Kelly - has been promoting a book about her time in the West Wing. She described an October 2016 phone call with former assistant to Eric Trump, Lynne Patton, spokesperson Katrina Pierson, and campaign communications director Jason Miller, during which they discuss how they should deal in case it leaked.

"Nothing has more meaning to Donald than himself", she says, alleging that he and his wife Melania sleep in separate rooms and that Trump has brought a tanning bed with him to the White House.

Addressing the president's numerous tweets attacking the former reality show villain, Huckabee Sanders chalked it up to Trump being Trump.

Pierson also confirmed for Burnett that she signed an NDA too, to which Burnett said, "If you had heard him say the n-word, you wouldn't tell me about it any way".

"When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn't work out", Donald Trump tweeted.

That is a reference to Mr Trump's White House chief of staff, retired general John Kelly, who sacked Manigault Newman in December 2017 in a conversation she viewed as a "threat". She claimed that a tape captured Trump making racial slurs during the run of "The Apprentice".

It's not known if Manigault Newman's agreement contained that language.

'She took the words from my eulogy, turned them into an article with quotes, and claimed to have interviewed me while we stood over my brother's casket, ' she wrote.

A different president would have ignored such a book, refusing to give Manigault Newman the publicity she craves.

Manigualt-Newman says that she would willingly provide Special Counsel Robert Mueller with anything he needs and that she believes that Trump should come clean with the American people.

She said that when staff asked about the reversals "he would not recall telling us earlier in the day to move a certain way or make decisions in a certain way".

Rivera said there is a dearth of black people in the Trump administration and that Omarosa may have "survived" longer than necessary because of that fact.

"It's disappointing to her that she is lashing out and retaliating in such a self-serving way, especially after all the opportunities given to her by the President", Grisham told the Washington Examiner. "And there was nothing anyone could do to stop her", Manigault-Newman writes.

Trump has also repeatedly called women pigs and commented on their looks.

The president, who has an aversion to dogs and other pets, considers canine comparisons to be among his most devastating put-downs. I just saw on the news that you're thinking about leaving?

Several commenters said the statement was both sexist and racist, and called for Twitter users to report it for targeted abuse.

"I told him to try working it out, if possible, because she only said GREAT things about me - until she got fired!" She did not say when she was interviewed and declined to provide any other details.


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