Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault NewmanOmarosa Onee Manigault NewmanThe Hill's 12:30 Report Omarosa secretly recorded Trump: report Tina Fey returns to "Saturday Night Live" as Sarah Palin with advice for Trump staffers MORE said Friday that she had listened to a recording from "The Apprentice" in which President TrumpDonald John TrumpKobach agrees to recuse himself from vote counting in Kansas GOP primary NFL players kneel during national anthem before first preseason game Schiff blasts GOP for Russian Federation probe conduct: "That's how you obstruct an investigation, not how you conduct one" MORE uses the N-word.
In her book, "Unhinged", she insisted that the reports are true, although she admits she had not personally heard him use the N-word.
The future U.S. president was caught on mic uttering the racial slur "multiple times" during the making of his reality TV show, and there are recordings that prove it, according to Newman, who offered no proof of her accusation.
Conway however, denied Omarosa's claims, tweeting that 'The allegation isn't credible, and is ridiculous, particularly in light of the timing of [Omarosa's] departure from the White House-December 12, 2017.
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She explained that if they weren't "being teammates and it's not working, and one man is down, then the other man is down". In May, the reality TV star told Steve Harvey that their relationship was complicated, according to People .
Manigault Newman writes in the book, according to the Guardian, that in late 2016 Trump's team held a conference call to discuss possible responses should the tape be made public.
The proposed nondisclosure agreement allegedly said Manigault Newman could not make any comments about President Trump or his family; Vice President Pence or his family; or any comments that could damage the president.
"The NDA attached to the email was as harsh and restrictive as any I'd seen in all my years of television", Manigault Newman writes in the book.
"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. Politico explains the significance of the date: It wasn't widely well-known at that point that Conway sometimes criticized the president on Twitter; stories on it didn't widely emerge until after Omarosa left. Omarosa says she rejected the offer.
Manigault Newman, who is reported to have extensively taped her conversations in the White House, is expected to appear on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday. "F**ing FLIP! Disloyal! Fucking Goo-goo".