Omarosa: I believe Trump wants to start a race war

Omarosa: I believe Trump wants to start a race war

Omarosa: I believe Trump wants to start a race war

Manigault Newman has had an intractable relationship with the Black community, which only worsened after she joined the Trump White House. As Vanity notes, it is unclear what law Trump believes Omarosa broke but the anger toward the former advisor stems from her betrayal of him.

The letter claims publication of the book amounts to tortious interference with Manigault Newman's nondisclosure agreement with the Trump Organization, according to the Hollywood Reporter, which obtained a copy. "I believe that by avoiding Donald's clasp in public, Melania was grasping the full extent of her new power", Omarosa writes.

And he's unapologetic about it because he's completely contradicted the commitment he made when he did that campaign of "what do you have to lose?" "And I will tell you that they haven't even made an attempt to replace anyone to do the African-American outreach". In fact, she joins Christie Brinkley, Selma Hayek and Brooke Shields in the long line of stars the real estate mogul and "Apprentice" host hit on before becoming president.

The former White House aide stressed the small number of African-Americans who are working in his administration.

Manigault Newman was director of communications for a White House office that networks with various constituency groups until she was sacked last December by chief of staff John Kelly, citing "significant integrity issues".

Manigault-Newman told MSNBC that Trump's reference to her as a "dog" showed he has no respect for the presidency.

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In one of the most damning claims, she says a tape exists of the president from The Apprentice days saying a racial slur.

'I can't guarantee anything, ' Sanders acknowledged.

'[The Apprentice producer] Mark Burnett called to say that there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice where I used such a awful and disgusting word as attributed by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa, ' the president tweeted last week. Trump has denied this, saying on Twitter that "I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have". She made it up. "I'll take anything I can get, gladly". For his part, President Trump has claimed that Omarosa has "zero credibility".

"It's much worse than people even realize", she replied.

White House aides are fearful Manigault Newman has as many as 200 of them stashed away that she can brandish to try to punch back at critics.

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