Omarosa’s White House recordings fuel Trump woes

But in an interview Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press", she said that she only heard the tape after her book had gone to press.

A former adviser to President Donald Trump has released a recording she says she secretly made inside the White House's high-security Situation Room.

In the book, she reportedly claims without evidence that tapes exist of Trump using the N-word as he filmed his "The Apprentice" reality series, on which she co-starred.

Omarosa Manigault Newman, the ousted Trump Administration aide and former reality TV star, said Monday that despite his repeated criticism of Chicago's efforts to fight violence, the president has "done nothing" to help combat the problem. "I never expected him to lie to the country. I would rarely see her but heard really bad things".

In a follow-up tweet, Mr. Trump attacked Omarosa's credibility and referred to media outlets reporting on her as "Fake news!" I just saw on the news that you're thinking about leaving? But he noted the violation would likely be enough to deny Manigault Newman a security clearance if she ever wishes to work for the federal government in the future.

The Trump tape was made one day after Manigault Newman was sacked from the administration; and the Kelly recording was made when the retired general dismissed her in the Situation Room.

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On Monday, the former senior aide revealed a recording she'd made of the President phoning her on the day after she was sacked. "She made it up", the president tweeted Monday evening. She pointed out instances such as White House staffers working without security clearances, Trump using an unsecured phone and his 2017 dinner with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe about North Korea among diners at Mar-a-Lago.

Dana Perino, who served as press secretary to President George W. Bush, said Newman exhibited "outrageous" behavior by taking a recording device into the Situation Room, where nothing is supposed to be taped.

Beyond their war of words, the row touched on several sensitive issues in Trump's White House, including a lack of racial diversity among senior officials, security in the executive mansion, a culture that some there feel borders on paranoia and the extraordinary measures used to keep ex-employees quiet. Look at her MANY recent quotes saying such wonderful and powerful things about me - a true Champion of Civil Rights - until she got fired.

Omarosa may be able to play with Trump, but Ryan makes it clear that she won't be toyed with. It is audio of a phone conversation Manigault-Newman had with Trump the day after she was sacked. The book called, "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House", will be released Tuesday. But people familiar with the documents signed by senior officials early in the administration previously told CNN the documents contain little legal underpinning and were devised as a way to placate a President intent on keeping his aides quiet. Asked on MSNBC's "Hardball" if special counsel Robert Mueller - investigating possible co-ordination between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation - would be interested in any of them, she said, "If his office calls again, anything they want, I'll share". "I didn't know that. So yes, I had to protect myself and I have no regret about it", Manigault Newman told host Chuck Todd. [MUSIC] [MUSIC] Quite a story to tell as the only African American woman in this White House.

"If his office calls again, anything they want, I'll share", she said on MSNBC's "Hardball".

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