Omarosa Book: Trump Called Prime Minister Of Montenegro A 'Punk B----'

Omarosa Manigault Newman has a stash of video, emails, text messages and other documentation supporting the claims in her tell-all book about her time in the Trump White House, a person with direct knowledge of the records told The Associated Press Friday.

In the recording played on MSNBC, Trump's daughter-in-law Lara Trump offers Manigault Newman a job earning $15,000 a month.

In the recordings, Lara Trump made it unequivocally clear that if Omarosa came back on board with the Trump team on the 2020 re-election campaign, she'd have to swear silence on all she heard and witnessed about Trump in the past. 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.

Now, Omarosa's publisher has responded the legal threats in a statement obtained by CNN.

Since releasing the tape of her firing, Manigault Newman has teased the possibility of making more recordings public.

But when a Post reporter asked Patton about her frenemy, she clammed up, saying she's not allowed to talk about political campaigns while on government business.

The trepidation about what she will role out next comes as the staff has already been buffeted by the release of a tape by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen where he and Trump discuss payments to American Media Inc. "You have to go back to 2003 and I can tell you that she is biding her time", she said in the interview. Omarosa has denied she signed any such agreement. "Private contracts like the NDA may not be used to censor former or current government officials from speaking about non-classified information learned during the course of their public employment".

Even in her more traditionally Trumpian endeavors, like hosting a "news program" of sorts on the president's Facebook page, her command of company jargon is rarely delivered with the sort of acidic tone common among the rest of her extended family. "She lied for him", Maher said, also recalling Omarosa's classic "all detractors have to bow down" comment. Hearing the truth freed me from that fear. For those who don't support the president, they're hoping that honesty does in fact win, because that would mean Trump would be exposed and finally have to own up to his falsehoods.

Harder also tried to stop the release of the book Fire and Fury: Inside the White House.

  • Rogelio Becker