Defiant as Trump rages, Omarosa says she won't be silenced

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Donald Trump's campaign has filed for arbitration against Omarosa Manigault Newman

"I asked him, 'You came off a little aggressive. Good work by General (John) Kelly for quickly firing that dog!", Trump wrote on Twitter, referring to his chief of staff. The president slammed Newman for taking advantage of her celebrity and called her out for being a "dog". Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., said during an interview on CNN.

Continued Kilmeade: "I think the president should do the Eminem thing. He always fights fire with fire and doesn't hold back on doing that across the board", Sanders said.

During a television appearance Tuesday afternoon, Manigault Newman called Trump "unfit to be in this office and to serve as president of the United States".

She has since stepped up her attacks on Mr Trump, telling "The Associated Press" that the president is "a racist, a misogynist, a bigot". "In Trump World, everyone lies".


Critics condemned Trump's tweet for what they said were racial and sexist undertones.

"I had no indication that anything was coming before we knew it was actually coming out", he said.

Her comments did, however, strike a nerve with the White House. "There's two people who have never called me a liar about the n-word tape: Donald Trump and Mark Burnett", he said. "I just want them to know that everything that you see in Unhinged, that's quoted, can be verified as documented and corroborated." she said.

Earlier in the day Tuesday, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway had also declined to completely deny that Trump did things she may not have witnessed.


Largely self-serving, it describes the daily firefighting of life on the Trump campaign and then in the White House.

Carlo Allegri/ReutersOmarosa Manigault claims President Donald Trump considered getting sworn in on his book, "The Art of the Deal", instead of the Bible. The hosts of those programs are likely liberals and so they take her stories about Mr. Trump's alleged "racism" and supposed use of the N-word (which she says she only heard second-hand) seriously.

Noah noted that he personally would not have believed Manigault-Newman if she had not made the recordings, because of her role in the Trump administration.

In addition to speaking publicly about her experiences in Trump's White House, Manigault Newman has been releasing audio recordings of conversations and meetings held in the building, including a snippet of one she says is of her telephone conversation with Trump the day after she was sacked in December by White House chief of staff John Kelly. This is a clip of the audio in which Trump spokesperson Katrina Pierson is speaking.


However, it appears that Melania gave her husband some sage advice about the book.

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