In wake of book, Trump calls Omarosa 'a lowlife'

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. The White House is slamming a new book

As part of her appearance on NBC's Meet The Press, Omarosa Manigualt, former aide to President Donald Trump, shared a secret recording she made of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly firing her.

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.

In her new tell-all Unhinged, she writes that a tape exists of Trump saying the n-word during his Apprentice days, though she claims not to have heard it.

Manigault Newman said she taped the meeting, which was held in the Situation Room, because she was trying to "protect" herself.

But there are very few particulars that can be verified in her book; many are clearly wrong, such as an inaccurate account of what Trump said during remarks on his second day in office at Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley, Virginia. Conway asked. "I'm not answering questions as to who will be in the white house at the end of the year".

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman called herself "complicit" in lying to the American people about President Trump's capacity to serve as commander-in-chief. "I felt myself being manipulated, but refused to allow that to happen". Using the N-word was not just the way he talks but, more disturbing, it was how he thought of me and African-Americans as a whole'.

Quoting Trump's early, post-inauguration speech at the Central Intelligence Agency lamenting his inauguration crowd, Manigault Newman takes some editorial liberty, adding within quotation marks that Trump says, "Liars!"

The book also claims that Mr Trump behaves "like a dog off the leash" at events he attends without his wife, Melania.

On Saturday, Trump called Manigault a "low life."

She recounts how Trump battled to have a tanning bed installed when he moved into the White House.

Amid President Donald Trump's attacks on Attorney General Jeff Sessions, calling him "scared stiff and Missing in Action", Kellyanne Conway refused to say whether the country's top law enforcement official would hang onto his job.

In the immediate aftermath of last year's march, Trump drew broad criticism when he appeared initially reluctant to condemn the extreme right-wingers - many of whom have rallied behind him since his election, including David Duke, a former KKK leader and avowed racist and anti-Semite who praised Trump's "courage" in defending white nationalist protesters.

Ivanka Trump and her husband reportedly pressured her father to single out white supremacists and neo-Nazis immediately after the violence previous year, and he did - and then reversed himself within a day, once again blaming both sides.

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