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Now she has released a book filled with unsavory White House inside stories - Trump says the ones about him are false - and has been playing recordings of the president and others on TV.

Whenever I release an audio recording without visual, without video of the person's lips moving, national networks will not play that audio, period.

"He is such a f**kup".

Of course, it's still not clear why she would say Trump said the word if it were not real.

Mr. Trump's lawyers didn't object to a book he wrote previous year, he said.

This seemingly trivial Manigault Newman episode illustrates a much more consequential problem, one of Trump's own making: When the president of the United States routinely violates the norms of his office, there is no reason to believe that the people who work for him will not do the same. "And he said, 'Well, why don't you just go ahead and put it to bed?'" Trump is quoted as saying. According to Manigault Newman, that's Trump's phrasing for "gay". The briefing book, which included an image of Tubman, came after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had declined to commit that the Trump administration would stick to Obama's plan to replace Andrew Jackson with Tubman on the twenty-dollar bill.

The White House, however, can't avoid the awkward questions - and when press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was asked about the n-word allegation, she gave a strikingly noncommittal answer. She commented just hours after Trump's campaign announced it was filing an arbitration action against her, alleging violations of a secrecy agreement she signed. "She worked here for a year, and didn't have any of these things to say-in fact everything she said was quite the opposite".

Manigault Newman has dismissed any legal concerns about taping conversations.

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She also claims that he was alone in the room with his tanning bed when he sent the infamous "covfefe" tweet and that a White House staffer was apparently fired over the mishandling of the bed's delivery when the president moved in, People reports. "There have been some pretty, in my opinion, significant integrity issues related to you", he is heard telling her, referencing her use of government vehicles and "money issues". In a taped conversation provided by Manigault-Newman to CBS News on Tuesday, Pierson appears to confirm that the president used the slur. I don't know if that is enforceable whatsoever.

"I think it is disgusting and reprehensible".

Mr Trump's latest attack on Ms Manigault Newman prompted immediate criticism from lawmakers and others.

Manigault-Newman addressed the low blow.

Ryan told the radio host that Manigault Newman wanted to "kill" her career, and that the truth could be easily proven.

"Mark Burnett called to say that there are NO TAPES of The Apprentice where I used such a bad and disgusting word as attributed by wacky and deranged Omarosa", Trump tweeted.

'Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!' John Kelly is the White House chief of staff.

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