Omarosa is, according to Sanders, a "disgruntled" former employee, trying to profit from her time spent with the president.
Omarosa Manigualt, the former "Apprentice" contestant who served as a White House adviser a year ago, is said to have leveled explosive accusations against President Donald Trump in her new book, claiming he used racial slurs toward African-Americans and Filipinos.
The accusations are among a long list of scandalous claims contained in her new book, "Unhinged", set to come out August 14. In the book, Manigault Newman claims without evidence that tapes exist of Trump using the N-word repeatedly on the reality show's set.
"By that point", Manigault Newman writes, "three sources in three separate conversations had described the contents of this tape".
Manigault-Newman, who got famous as the villain of Trump's "The Apprentice" reality show, is coming out with a book next week about her time as an adviser in the White House. "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". Allegedly, Trump had offered a $15,000-a-month contract to stay silent after being fired from her job at the White House. During the campaign, rumours emerged of Apprentice outtakes featuring Trump saying derogatory things about women and minorities. The campaign would have tasked her with "diversity" outreach. She was sacked in December 2017 after what White House aides said were multiple instances of misconduct, including misuse of a vehicle service and attempting to photograph her wedding on White House grounds.
She also puts forth a claim in the book that when she once brought Michael Cohen into the Oval Office for a meeting with the president, when Cohen left the office, Mr. Trump was eating a piece of paper.
The report doesn't address whether Schiller signed a non-disclosure agreement as part of that agreement, but given Trump's aggressive history of intimidation by litigation, it would be surprising if he didn't make signing an NDA a requirement of everyone leaving the White House. The two remain in contact, according to people familiar with the relationship.
Omarosa also wrote that she had refused a hush money payment from the president. "I rejected what other people said about him because they didn't know him like I did".
"Instead of telling the truth about all the good President Trump and his administration are doing to make America safe and prosperous, this book is riddled with lies and false accusations", White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders said, according to The New York Times. Since Trump was ever the germophobe, I was shocked he appeared to be chewing and swallowing the paper.