Trump has choice words for ex-aide Omarosa

Trump has choice words for ex-aide Omarosa

Trump has choice words for ex-aide Omarosa

Donald Trump has called Omarosa Manigault Newman "a lowlife" in his first public response to the former White House aide's tell-all book.

Along with her "race war" comments Omarosa said, laughing, that "oh yeah, there's some people gettin' it on in the white house".

Manigault Newman appeared on the show to promote her new book, "Unhinged", which will be released Tuesday.

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On Sunday, "Meet the Press" aired a audio of a conversation Newman said was surreptitiously recorded of White House chief of staff John Kelly firing her.

On Meet the Press, she again said that she had indeed been privy to the recording, telling Chuck Todd that "I heard his voice as clear as you and I are sitting here". "But I will say this to you, I was complicit with this White House deceiving this nation", and suggested that it's still happening. He says if she chooses the later it will create difficulty with respect to her reputation. "So yes I recorded myself and I have no regret about it".

The truly troubling thing about the tape, as an alarmed Twitter quickly picked up on, is that it exists at all.

She also claims Trump's campaign offered her a contract for $15,000k a month to keep quiet about her time in the administration, The Hill reported.

On NBC, Tapper reminded Manigault Newman that in December 2016 she had written: "I am living the American Dream because of Donald Trump.it's very hard to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn't like black people and black women".

Manigault Newman said that she had a "blind spot" when it came to President Trump.

The president was slammed last year for saying that there was "hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides" in the wake of the rally, which left 32-year-old Heather Heyer dead.

But Newman pushed back against her critics by arguing that she can substantiate her claims in the book.

"Lowlife, she's a lowlife", Trump responded before exiting a platform where he had been asking the bikers for their thoughts on the media.

"I have never once heard him say that about anyone, and I never heard Omarosa complained that she had heard the president say it about anyone either when she was there", Conway added.

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