Omarosa Manigault Newman first came into public consciousness in 2004 on the first season of Donald Trump's The Apprentice. The White House issued a statement calling Omarosa a "disgruntled former White House staffer" whose book is "riddled with lies and false accusations".
In the clips, Lara Trump is heard offering to pay Omarosa $15,000 a month for a "flexible" campaign job in exchange for remaining silent about what she saw during her year working at the White House. Look at her MANY recent quotes saying...
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Unlike Trump's, the Say A Little Prayer hitmaker did perform at Obama's inauguration in January 2009 after he was elected. Though her influence was felt throughout music, a critical part of her legacy lies in gospel, where she got her start.
Co-host Robin Quivers said: "Well I think you're going to have a riot".
The stash of evidence Omarosa Manigault Newman says she has to substantiate the claims in her book about her year as a top aide to President Donald Trump includes video, emails, text messages and other documentation.
If there is litigation, McNamara writes, documents possessed by Trump, his family members, his businesses, the campaign and his administration "will prove particularly relevant to the defense". She also blasted the president as a racist who is allegedly in mental decline. "We still wanted her on our team because we cared so much about her personally".
She told The Associated Press this week: "I will not be silenced". She said she would release more tapes "if I need to". It is there she tells us that Chief of Staff John Kelly fired her and where she recorded his comments. "She made it up". The White House Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, however, says that she is not positive that there is not a tape of Trump saying the word. Omarosa conned the entire Republican Party into believing that she was loyal to the party and would do everything possible to support President Trump's Black America agenda, however, did the opposite.