Omarosa Manigault-Newman releases recording of 'Trump phone call'

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President Donald Trump, who appears to be running out of demeaning adjectives, took to Twitter this morning to trash his former Apprentice darling and White House liaison office's communications director Omarosa Manigault Newman as she book-tours her way through the programs of NBC News.

"Wacky Omarosa, who got fired 3 times on 'the Apprentice, ' now got fired for the last time", Trump tweeted.

"He absolutely has an issue with the truth, and sometimes he battles with reality", she said of Trump.

Ms Newman, a former star of "The Apprentice" in the United States, said that she now regretted her White House role.

That being said, the woman stopped by the Today show today where she proved that she indeed has some recordings of Donald Trump conversations.

The recordings, if established to be genuine, could be treated as a breach of White House security. She was vicious, but not smart. She claimed if she did not have the recording between herself and Kelly, people would still believe reports she "stormed the residence" after her meeting with Kelly. He says: "Nobody even told me about it". While the media directed the message on the back of her jacket, 'I really don't care, do U, ' towards the children, Manigault Newman gave a different perspective.

"Nobody even told me about it", Trump is heard saying, after chief of staff John Kelly terminated her employment.

Her decision to make a secret tape inside the Situation Room, used by presidents to make top-level decisions on national security, was sharply condemned by Ms Sanders.

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On Saturday, on the eve of a second Unite the Right rally, Mr Trump released an unequivocal statement, saying: "The riots in Charlottesville a year ago resulted in senseless death and division".

In the White House's first reaction to the new audio, Hogan Gidley, deputy press secretary, declined to "talk about what [Trump and Manigault Newman] talked about on the phone", but said the "thought of doing something like that to a fellow employee, not to mention, the leader of the free world is completely disgraceful".

Manigault Newman responds that Kelly told her that she had been dismissed. The White House has not denied it, but The Associated Press has not independently verified it is the president. She had personal access to the president, and could just call him, the official said - and could not be kept from a job, despite the efforts of many.

When asked if she broke the law, Giuliani said: "She's certainly violating national security regulations, which I think have the force of law".

The content of the emails showed Russia-linked British publicist Rob Goldstone, who acted as an intermediary, offering incriminating information on Democratic nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGiuliani: Mueller told us he'd wrap up Trump obstruction probe by September 1 McAuliffe: We should look at impeaching Trump over Putin summit Graham: DOJ official was "unethical" in investigating Trump campaign because his wife worked for Fusion GPS MORE. In fact, he demonstrates his awareness of these shortcomings, noting that she was sacked three times on his reality television show.

Her about-face also includes the admission she was "complicit" in helping Trump appeal to the African-American community. "Damn it, I don't love you leaving at all". But she told Chuck Todd on Sunday that she later was able to hear a recording of Trump during a trip to Los Angeles.

No one knows this better than master villainess and former senior Trump administration official Omarosa Manigault. I would rarely see her but heard....

The White House, however, is making it clear that the charges being made by the former aide should be taken with a grain of salt.

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