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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Blames Media for Spurring Trump’s Attacks on Omarosa

15 August 2018

But Trump said the former producer of the show called him to say there was no tape of him using the word. While on the show, she addressed several controversies now centered around her, including possessing a tape in which Trump allegedly says "n****r" and another in which White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is heard talking to her about her role in the Trump administration, ultimately asking her to leave.

"Absolutely", she said, without elaborating.

This comes after Omarosa released an alleged recording of campaign aides discussing an alleged tape of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump using the N-word.

Trump's White House has always amounted to an irregular workplace, sometimes proudly so.

He said Manigault Newman had called him "a true Champion of Civil Rights" - until she was sacked.

Appearing on on MSNBC's "Hardball" Monday night, Omarosa was asked if she has more tapes than the ones she has already released as part of her book tour, as The Hill reported.

Manigault Newman, he noted, has a new book going on sale.

In an interview that aired on NBC's "Meet the Press", Manigault Newman claimed that she recorded White House chief of staff John Kelly firing her in the Situation Room.

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The problem? Many senior advisors were not aware of the photoshoot, and they ultimately banned her from sharing any of the images. In July, the newspaper reported that Manigault Newman landed a seven-figure book deal with Simon & Schuster, a subsidiary of CBS.

Ms Manigault Newman says she has more recordings.

Second, if there were hidden constraints on what employees can say to the news media - again, even if in some cases it's legit for them to keep certain things from the public - that could have ended up producing other negative effects from a good government perspective, because it might have prevented leaks that actually would have been in the public interest.

The incident, as Omarosa recounts it, is just another chapter in the symbiotic relationship between Trump and Pecker.

A lawyer for Manigault Newman declined immediate comment.

Trump has denied that claim, citing a conversation he had with Apprentice creator Mark Burnett. "She begged me for a job, tears in her eyes, I said Ok".

It might help President Donald Trump in the public eye if he meets with special counsel Robert Mueller to answer questions about Russian Federation and the 2016 election, but as a legal matter, it's hard to tell the goal a meeting would hold, Rep. Pete King said Monday.

'Donald went back to Pecker and negotiated a deal for me.

She added that the remarks were made in reference to Kwame Jackson, an African American contestant on the show.

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Manigault Newman's exit does highlight the lack of diversity among Trump's top aides.

"Based upon her conflicting accounts and the newfound should be abundantly clear to everyone that not only is her book a complete work of fiction, but that the existence of this elusive "N-word" tape is a figment of her imagination and merely a destructive took of manipulation applied on when it best serves her interests", Patton said in her statement. He also has targeted black NFL players for kneeling in social protest during the national anthem.

In a related development, a Trump campaign official said the campaign, which is gearing up for his 2020 re-election run, had filed an arbitration against Manigault Newman for breaching a 2016 confidentiality agreement.

The offer raises fresh question about the ways that White House aides are being offered safe landing spots after they leave. However, the special counsel does have the option to subpoena Trump, but that could drag on for months, King said.

"President Trump is well known for giving people opportunities to advance in their careers and lives over the decades, but wrong is wrong, and a direct violation of an agreement must be addressed and the violator must be held accountable".

Conway said she was disappointed with Manigault Newman, whom she had considered "a colleague and a friend".

'As a personal favor to Pecker, Donald agreed to call me and talk me out of the lawsuit, but I was so angry they'd portrayed me as someone who'd seek publicity over my dead brother's body that I was reluctant to drop it, ' Omarosa writes. Trump himself used the tactic in his life as a private businessman and the question of whether he's taping his conversations in the Oval Office arose previous year when he suggested there might be recordings of an encounter with former FBI Director James Comey (none ever materialized).

In her new book, Unhinged, she writes: "Taken as a whole, all of her style rebellions have served the same objective".

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders Blames Media for Spurring Trump’s Attacks on Omarosa