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

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

Kerry Wise
August 19, 2018

Arnold told Kimmel that Burnett is protecting Trump by not releasing the footage, which - if it does exist - is owned by MGM.

Omarosa Manigault Newman's tell-all book has dominated the news cycle this week, providing fodder for Bill Maher who opened Real Time with an extended monologue about the situation.

Bigger than Trump's battle with spurned supporter Omarosa Manigault Newman and any n-word recording is the administration's pattern of lying to the public and vilifying the press. In a press release he said: "Omarosa has proven herself time and time again not to be trustworthy from the day she was sacked from the Clinton administration, to when she was sacked from (NBC's "The Apprentice") and ... her firing from the Trump administration".

Omarosa Manigault Newman released her tell-all book, "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House", three days ago and it has sent Donald Trump into a frenzy.

Matthew Chapman is a video game designer, science fiction author, and political reporter from Austin, TX. And, "since Trump had little chance of winning, it would be "no harm, no foul" for me to have worked with the campaign for however long it lasted", she wrote.

The firm reached a deal with Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claims she had an affair with Trump.

Manigault Newman issued a warning to her rivals Thursday after the Republican National Committee compiled a tape of the numerous instances where she hailed and defended Trump when she was part of the campaign and on the payroll. She said this week she made a decision to release the recordings to prove she is not lying about what happens inside the White House. Democrats far and wide declared Trump's use of the "dog" terminology racist, even though Trump has dropped it on white people with alacrity.

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The agreement also bars Manigault Newman from demeaning or disparaging the company, Trump and Trump's family members, according to the letter. 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.

In an interview with Meet the Press last Sunday, she released one of her getting fired by John Kelly.

In an interview with MSNBC, she produced four selected clips of a secretly recorded phone conversation with Eric Trump's wife Lara, who is a top official in his re-election campaign.

Due to her history, many commentators have pointed out that it's hard to verify Omarosa's claims as truth.

"Every act he takes against me jeopardizes him and his presidency", she said.

"Trust me, I'd love to [talk]", Patton said.

Trump ratcheted up his rhetoric against Manigault Newman on Tuesday.