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In a taped conversation provided by Manigault-Newman to CBS News on Tuesday, Pierson appears to confirm that the president used the slur.

Many condemned the president and his repeated attempts to compare minorities with animals, but there was little defense of Manigault Newman - unlike when Trump attacked National Basketball Association superstar LeBron James in recent weeks. I will not be intimidated.

Discussing the differences between her views and Trump's, she said: "One, I want to see this nation united as opposed to divided".

"I was very upset about that and we'll take care of what she said and the lies that she was spreading that is career-ending and I was doing this for about 20 years, when she did this", Ryan said. She says she said no.

Trump has made similar comments about women in the past.

She accused the president of using his rowdy political rallies to sow discord, even suggesting Trump is promoting violence. Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders: "I can't guarantee anything, but I can tell you that the president addressed this question directly".

Former White House photographer Pete Souza added his voice to the outrage after President Donald Trump called former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman "that dog".

While Manigault-Newman dangles a carrot saying she's got Trump on tape spewing the n-word, the president denies it and says an Apprentice producer on Mondayconfirms no such tapes exist.

"And they're all changing their stories - Omarosa, Katrina Pierson, the President, they're all changing their stories and we don't know what to believe".

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The payments to former officials and aides, though likely legal according to experts, raise questions about the blurring lines inside Trump's world and reflect a fondness for secrecy under the threat of his litigation that was part of his profile as both real estate developer and reality TV star.

President Donald Trump had a tough TV morning. She has said that she is able to corroborate all of the quotes in the book.

When asked about the White House disputing the details of her book, Manigault-Newman told Noah she 100 percent expected denial from the administration.

In her book, Manigault Newman accuses Trump of making derogatory statements about African-Americans, Filipinos and other minorities, as well as exhibiting "forgetfulness and frustration".

Manigault Newman has been associated with Trump for more than a decade.

She told MSNBC that she's been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller's team investigating Russian election interference, though she did not provide any details to the network or the AP. "He has done it multiple times, and it's odd because most people, when they think of dogs, they don't think of firing them", Meyers said.

Throughout the book, Manigault-Newman accuses Trump of racism and sexism, while arguing that his mental capabilities have begun to deteriorate.

She also alleges that Trump allies tried to buy her silence after she left the White House, offering her $15,000 a month to accept a "senior position" on his 2020 re-election campaign along with a stringent nondisclosure agreement.

Whack reported from Philadelphia.

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