White House: Omarosa Book 'Riddled with Lies and False Accusations'

White House: Omarosa Book 'Riddled with Lies and False Accusations'

US President Donald Trump frequently used the word "nigger" while he was the host of the reality television show Celebrity Apprentice and there are tapes that can confirm it, according to a new memoir by one of Trump's former White House advisers, Omarosa Manigault Newman. Tom Arnold, a former contestant on the show who was once married to disgraced star Roseanne Barr, said he has Trump tapes too.

Sanders also says, "It's sad that a disgruntled former White House employee is trying to profit off these false attacks".

On Friday, Manigault Newman insisted that the passage supported her claim, and that an NPR interviewer who confronted her over the discrepancy had merely not read the book. In her book, to be released on Tuesday, Newman does not specify whether she heard Trump use the slur or whether she saw footage of him using it.

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The contract was for a "diversity outreach" job for the campaign, and came with a proposed non-disclosure agreement that would bar Manigault Newman from commenting about Trump or his family, the Post reported. "F***ing FLIP! Disloyal! F***ing Goo-goo". "The allegation is not credible, and indeed is ridiculous, particularly in light of the timing of her departure from the White House-December 12, 2017".

Omarosa worked with Trump on The Apprentice and followed him into the White House, drawing an annual salary of $179,700, was married at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC, and brought her bridal party to the White House for photos. "Would you look at this George Conway article?" the president is quoted in Unhinged.

"I have the outtakes to "The Apprentice" where he says every bad thing ever, every offensive, racist thing ever", Arnold told the Seattle-based radio station KIRO. It said she would do "diversity outreach", among other things, for the campaign, according to her account. Further bolstering the likelihood of this claim the fact President Trump's longtime bodyguard Keith Schiller was offered a similar amount from the Republican National Committee after he left the White House. "It must have been something very, very sensitive", she writes.

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