Published: Sat, August 11, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

White House says Omarosa claim of Trump racism is 'false'

White House says Omarosa claim of Trump racism is 'false'

Omorosa Manigault-Newman pictured with Donald Trump before her departure from the White House.

Manigault-Newman, who got famous as the villain of Trump's "The Apprentice" reality show, is coming out with a book next week about her time as an adviser in the White House. However, Omarosa writes that she did not hear Trump utter the word herself, only that she has spoken to three people who have heard the tape and described its contents to her. Omarosa appeared on the reality show herself in the first season.

In her tell-all, Omarosa claims that she has recordings of Donald Trump "frequently" using racially offensive words.

She also claims she heard Trump use the racist terms "flip and goo-goo" when referring to Kellyanne Conway's half Filipino husband George Conway.

'Using the N-word was not just the way he talks but, more disturbing, it was how he thought of me and African Americans as a whole'.

Omarosa Manigault-Newman with Donald Trump. After Omarosa's reportedly dramatic firing in December, Politico reported that chief of staff John Kelly let her go because she was allegedly abusing White House auto service privileges, among other infractions.

Earlier today, pollster Frank Luntz called out Manigault for her flat out false claim she made about him also in the pages of her new book.

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The offer was refused because of a nondisclosure agreement that would silence Manigualt Newman from commenting about Trump and his family.

The claim that Trump installed a tanning bed was met with pushback from some White House officials, who said they never saw such a bed.

But, as NPR reported, the very section that Manigault told Martin to read actually was the part that contradicted her claims.

Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former White House aide and reality TV star, claims in her forthcoming book that President Donald Trump's re-election campaign offered her a lucrative contract in exchange for her signature on a strict non-disclosure agreement after her ouster from the administration a year ago, according to an excerpt quoted in The Washington Post.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters here in New Jersey, where Trump is on vacation, that the book is "riddled with lies and false accusations".

She says she had seen him acting inappropriately at numerous events he attended without his wife at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, including birthday parties, fundraisers and golf tournaments.

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