President Trump calls ex-aide ‘crazed, crying, lowlife dog’

President Trump calls ex-aide ‘crazed, crying, lowlife dog’

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. She was vicious, but not smart. Manigault Newman has said she heard the tape of Trump using the term, which dates from Trump's years hosting the NBC reality show "The Apprentice". She has defended her decision to secretly record it and says she has recorded additional White House conversations that she might be releasing as well. Omarosa had Zero credibility with the Media (they didn't want interviews) when she worked in the White House. But the tapes' mere existence confirmed a longstanding reality: in Trump's White House, there are few norms or expectations of decorum that can not be shattered.

Conway said that she has never heard Trump use a racial slur and that Manigault Newman never relayed concerns to her about hearing one. She accused Kelly of "false imprisonment", telling Guthrie to "wait" and "calm down" whenever the interviewer attempted to interject.

The three aides discussing it are Katrina Pierson, a spokeswoman for the campaign; Lynne Patton, an assistant to Trump's son Eric; and Jason Miller, chief spokesman for the campaign.

Manigault Newman has now written a book called "Unhinged" - to be released Tuesday - about her White House experiences.

Trump has blasted Manigault Newman on Twitter, calling her a "lowlife" and "wacky".

Omarosa Manigault Newman ends Unhinged by writing, simply, "I'm free".

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In another recording that Manigault Newman says was taken the next day, Trump can be heard saying he was surprised and disappointed that she was leaving the White House: "Nobody even told me about it ..." She claimed she was canned because she was "truly the strongest player", and her ability to cash in on her stint on the show led many at the time to wonder whether the clearly savvy competitor threw the competition to get more publicity after she became, as Jet magazine put it, the "woman America loved to hate".

Omarosa's willingness to work with Mueller, and her implication that she has, in fact, already done so, is highly significant, partly because it could give Mueller insight into the state of mind of Trump and his top staff.

Trump has not taken her claims lying low, as he has used every opportunity to attack her and denounce her claims.

"Trump for President, Inc. has filed an arbitration against Omarosa Manigault-Newman, with the American Arbitration Association in New York City, for breach of her 2016 confidentiality agreement with the Trump Campaign", a company official confirmed to Variety.

"I can tell you it's absolutely 100 percent not true", he said, adding that he had to sign the same document when he left the White House last fall for a position with the vice president. For example, Trump's former personal aide John McEntee, who was removed from his job in April, went to the campaign. "She never made it, never will", Trump said in an August 13 tweet. So too, it turns out, is the conversation which appears near the book's end, between President Trump and his former Apprentice villain after she'd been let go, as he bafflingly expresses confusion over her departure - as if he knew nothing about it.

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