Omarosa claims Trump showed signs of 'mental decline' in book

26 2017 Omarosa Manigault White House Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison waits to hear the US President speak on combatting drug demand and the opioid crisis in the East Room of the W

26 2017 Omarosa Manigault White House Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison waits to hear the US President speak on combatting drug demand and the opioid crisis in the East Room of the W

Explosive allegations from former White House official Omarosa Manigault-Newman are beginning to emerge in the press ahead of her upcoming tell-all book release. The White House later said she was sacked, but Manigault-Newman denied the account.

Omarosa said she was particularly disturbed by an interview he gave to Lester Holt last May. They thought Trump was being Trump, off the cuff.

Omarosa watched the president's interview with Holt in the upper press room, and she could not believe it when Trump contradicted the official White House stance that Federal Bureau of Investigation head James Comey was sacked upon the Department of Justice recommendation.

Manigault-Newman, who was previously a contestant on Trump's reality show "The Apprentice", left the Trump administration past year.

"Morning Joe" contributor Donny Deutsch then explained how Trump's mental decline can be observed simply by comparing interviews that he conducted just a decade ago with the interviews he's been conducting since being elected president.

And I would ask everybody to go and look at some old interviews with Donald Trump.

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She became a vocal surrogate for the Trump presidential campaign before taking up a role in the White House. Among other things, Trump said that "regardless of recommendation" he was going to fire former FBI Director James ComeyJames Brien ComeyTrump escalates attacks on Mueller probe Opinion: The real Maria Butina scandal: FBI could have prevented it Giuliani to Mueller: "Put up or shut up" MORE.

She says, "I kept thinking, 'Oh no! Oh no! This is bad!'" she wrote.

"Donald rambled. He spoke gibberish".

"A few months ago, I watched an hour-long interview I did with him in 2007", he said.

Trump could now face potential obstruction of justice charges if the special counsel determines he fired Comey to end the investigation into his campaign's ties to Russian Federation.

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