Friday, 19 April, 2019

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

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Deanna Wagner | 18 August, 2018, 05:50

Former White House aide and "The Apprentice" alum Omarosa Manigault Newman, who also claims to have heard the recording, revived the tape talk this week promoting her new tell-all book.

".@MarkBurnettTV called to say that there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice where I used such a bad and disgusting word as attributed by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa". 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 recent days, she has begun leaking audio of her time there, including of Kelly firing her in the Situation Room - a sensitive, compartmented information facility which is supposed to be secure from recording equipment - and Trump expressing surprise that he had done so. It is there she tells us that Chief of Staff John Kelly fired her and where she recorded his comments.

As the highest-profile African-American on the White House staff, she pushed back on accusations that Trump was racist. Nevertheless, the former White House communications director has the entire Trump family dancing around landmines because of secret recordings that Omarosa keeps releasing to the national media with devastating impact. Sources told the Post that Trump wants to sign "most, if not all" of the planned revocations.

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There's more. Jackson charges that Omarosa joined the administration under false pretenses: "Omarosa went out of her way to prevent any black Republicans, including (its chairman) from serving in the Trump administration". "We still wanted her on our team because we cared so much about her personally".

"If I can take down Omarosa, we can fix NYCHA, right?" "Who is going to trust her ever again?"

Why did you do that?' " writes Manigault Newman. But "Omarosa can't be trusted", he said. It's an offer that Manigault Newman characterized as "hush money" in an interview with MSNBC. In the tape, Trump says the money would come from campaign donors.