Recording: Omarosa offered $15000 a month to be 'positive'

Sunday, 19 Aug, 2018

"You have to go back to 2003 and I can tell you that she is biding her time", she said in the interview. It has also been alleged that there are audio recordings of Trump using the racial slur, though they have yet to surface. She States, "shocked by the betrayal", the former counselor of the trump.

She notes that Harder's letter also sought the preservation of evidence, and said the Trump campaign has its own obligation to preserve documents relating to any matters reported in the book.

Manigault Newman's recordings of conversations with Trump and others connected to him - of which there may be as many as 200 - have "rattled" the White House, according to the report.

But she was deeply disliked by many of her colleagues and eventually was ousted by Trump's chief of staff, John Kelly, for "significant integrity issues".

But so far she has yet to demonstrate she has anything to back up her publicity tour assertion that Trump knew about the release of hacked emails in advance. The Pierson tape is potentially more problematic, but only in the sense that it seems to add more credibility to the notion that a N-word tape might actually exist. "My clients will not be intimidated by hollow legal threats", she wrote.

She told NPR last week that she had heard Donald Trump using the "N-word" on tape and that he may have dementia.

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.

Omarosa Manigault Newman, Maher reminded everyone at the opening of tonight's Real Time with Bill Maher, was once on Trump's side.

Trump's former White House aide is just one of many famous women to something along these lines. She worked in the White House as "assistant to the president", though NPR's Brian Naylor noted when she left late a year ago, "what her job actually entailed was less than clear".

Painted as the "villain" character for her dog-eat-dog tactics and "not here to make friends" attitude, Omarosa's approach to the show quickly divided America.

"I wanted to undergird the book, everything in quotes in there is verified and documented", she said. The fact that Omarosa taped any conversations clearly caught top White House aides by surprise.