Omarosa's White House recordings fuel Trump woes

Omarosa's White House recordings fuel Trump woes

Omarosa's White House recordings fuel Trump woes

Omarosa Manigault Newman said she made the recording when Mr Trump called her the day after she was taken into the high-security Situation Room and fired by White House chief of staff John Kelly past year. Washington Post Reporter Sean Sullivan joined CBSN to discuss the fallout.

The publication, citing "a Trump ally", says that it is the campaign's contention that Omarosa's 2016 non-disclosure agreement remains in effect.

"As a legal matter I don't know what the objective is unless there is a question that only the president can answer", the New York Republican told Fox News' "America's Newsroom".

"I'm certainly, I think like most people that worked with her, very disappointed that she would go to such a self serving, somebody who blatantly cares about more about herself than our country", Sanders said. Mr. Trump had already branded "Omarosa" - as she is commonly known in America - a "lowlife" after she released a recording of her firing by Mr. Kelly, seemingly recorded in the White House Situation Room.

She later became the president's senior adviser.

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Manigault Newman also talked about how the president convinced her to drop a lawsuit against David Pecker, the CEO of American Media, Inc. and a personal friend of Trump's. She accused him of using his rowdy political rallies to sow racial division, even suggesting Trump is promoting violence.

Discussing the differences between their views, she said: "One, I want to see this nation united as opposed to divided".

Pruitt caused controversy before Trump's 2016 presidential campaign when he claimed The Donald would regularly make racist and anti-Semitic remarks on set.

She also confirmed to Tur that she had been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller, who's investigating Russian interference in the election and any collusion on the part of the Trump campaign, and would be willing to meet with them "again".

'I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have. This is his pattern with African Americans.

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