Repeatedly, the disgraced former aide tried to hammer home her theme that in her mind, Trump is incompetent and untruthful.
Manigault Newman says she considered the statement a "threat".
Manigault Newman has said she was offered $15,000 to sign a non-disclosure agreement when she was sacked last Decemberthat was, "as harsh and restrictive as any I'd seen in all my years of television". This is his pattern with African Americans.
She was sacked in December. "She made it up", Trump tweeted, deriding his former aide as "Wacky and Deranged Omarosa". Now that she says bad about me, they will talk to her. Fake News! Earlier, Manigault Newman released a tape of chief of staff John Kelly doing the firing in the White House Situation Room. But she told Matthews she had already learned of such a tape during the presidential campaign. "I told him to try working it out, if possible, because she only said GREAT things about me - until she got fired!" he wrote. McClain denied he played a tape for her.
"I wanted to make the one year mark".
"Listen, people would still think that I was trying to set off alarms". "That's what she knew she was going to do".
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"John Kelly and I had a very straightforward discussion about concerns that I had, issues that I raised".
Months after initial reports of the Trump administration requiring West Wing staffers to sign non-disclosure agreements, the President and his senior adviser, Kellyanne Conway, confirmed Monday that they did.
Back then, she wouldn't go as far as questioning Trump's character when it came to his attitude toward different races.
That was about to change. She made it up.
In July, the newspaper reported that Manigault Newman landed a seven-figure book deal with Simon & Schuster, a subsidiary of CBS.
Simon & Schuster published all seven of Clinton's books.
While on the show, she addressed several controversies now centered around her, including possessing a tape in which Trump allegedly says "n****r" and another in which White House Chief of Staff John Kelly is heard talking to her about her role in the Trump administration, ultimately asking her to leave.
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George "Tyrus" Murdoch added that Manigault-Newman is "literally the most despised person in the free world".
On Monday evening, Manigault Newman appeared on MSNBC's "Hardball" and continued to claim that she heard a tape of Trump using the n-word.
"I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have". She said Trump used the racial slur to describe Kwame Jackson, a fellow contestant on the "Apprentice's" first season. Guests included Conway and White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
George Conway, a vocal Trump critic on Twitter, dismissed this particular claim. "In fact, there are several former employees from the White House who actually signed this agreement, who are all being paid $15,000 for their silence". "It's absurd all around".
Manigault Newman said she viewed the conversation as a "threat" and defended her decision to covertly record it and other White House conversations, saying otherwise "no one" would believe her.
The source said that at the time 'it was very hush-hush why she was sacked in Washington. He offered her a "friendly departure", where she could resign to avoid damage to her reputation. But then as the campaign started getting details about why she was let go - that's when it became clear - she wasn't going to come back on board'.
Before Manigault Newman could respond, Guthrie asked, "How long have you known that?"
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Manigault Newman answered, "Well, absolutely". But Manigault Newman said he "probably instructed General Kelly to do it".