Fame junkie Omarosa breaches White House security by releasing secret recording

Trump has choice words for ex-aide Omarosa

Omarosa in new book: I saw Trump’s racism ‘with my own eyes’

"The first time I ever heard Omarosa suggest those terrible things about this president are in this book", she said, noting Manigault Newman "is somebody who gave a glowing appraisal of Donald Trump the businessman, the star of the 'The Apprentice, ' the candidate and, indeed, the president of the United States".

The President's typically unpresidential name-calling was directed at former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newmam who has made the claims in her forthcoming book Unhinged.

She said she was releasing the recording to correct "the false story" that she attempted to "storm" Trump's residence after Kelly fired her. "And then you can go on without any type of difficulty in the future relative to your reputation".

Manigault Newman had said in the book that she had not personally heard the recording.

Trump, she said she'd concluded after years of defending him, was a bigot. He actually says more. that the violation involves "money issues" and "legal issues" that could make it ugly for her. "I was complicit in it, for that I regret".

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Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel suggested that Manigault Newman should be prosecuted if she's found to have broken any federal laws for recording a conversation in the Situation Room.

Journalists and other figures in the security community quickly said the recording should not have happened, as people entering the Situation Room are generally required to give up their electronic devices.

After declaring dubiously on Friday that she has tapes of Trump saying the "n-word", Omarosa appeared Sunday on NBC's Meet The Press to dish more about her brief, but tumultuous time at the White House.

With the release of those tapes, the internet was left breathless.

Omarosa met the president on The Apprentice and campaigned for Trump before joining the White House as an advisor.

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In her new memoir, "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House", due in stores Tuesday, Omarosa details an unsuccessful quest to find a tape dating back to Trump's "Apprentice" days where he uses the n-word.

But there are very few particulars that can be verified in her book; many are clearly wrong, such as an inaccurate account of what Trump said during remarks on his second day in office at Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley, Virginia.

The former White House staffer detailed her claim in her forthcoming book, writing that the offer was a way to keep her from speaking out. "We must all come together as Americans - and be one country UNITED". "I have never once heard him say that about anyone, and I never heard Omarosa complained that she had heard the president say it about anyone either when she was there", Conway added.

"I think it's incredibly important in Trump world that you protect yourself, because everyone constructs their own reality", Newman told The New York Times on Sunday. "How can somebody be a racist if they've brought in somebody who's black, African-American, as Omarosa is, into the White House, into the inner-circle and given her a chance?"

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