Omarosa Releases 'Secret Tape' Of Lara Trump Discussing High-Paying Campaign Job

Omarosa Releases 'Secret Tape' Of Lara Trump Discussing High-Paying Campaign Job

Trump's campaign has accused Manigault-Newman of violating a non-disclosure agreement.

In the recording played on MSNBC, Trump's daughter-in-law Lara Trump offers Manigault Newman a job earning $15,000 a month.

Lara Trump begins the recorded conversation with Manigault Newman by acknowledging the former aide may have "some things [.] in the back pocket to pull out".

"When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn't work out", Trump said Tuesday in a tweet.

Manigault Newman also claims Trump said he would soon get rid of DeVos.

"Everything, everybody, positive, right?"

Manigault Newman once told U.S. documentary series "Frontline" that "every critic, every detractor will have to bow down under President Trump". Arnold now has his own show on Viceland, The Hunt for the Trump Tapes, dedicated to unearthing all of them.

Noah noted that Manigault-Newman has chosen not to release all of the recordings she made, instead deciding to unleash them one-by-one.

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The roll out of Manigault Newman's book and some of her critical and unverified observations appear to have rattled the president. "I don't know. I've heard a lot of rumors, but listen, you never know what it's true - but I needed to know". Arnold also claims that an MGM board member told him that Burnett has instructed board members not to discuss the N-word tape, because Trump is Burnett's "best friend".

For some reason Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's name found a place in former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman's controversial new book Unhinged.

"She made it very clear that if I joined this campaign, I would have to keep quiet", she told MSNBC's Craig Melvin, "I saw this as an attempt to buy my silence, to pay me off". She noted that hiring and personnel were the responsibility of others in the White House, but said she has "tons and tons of emails" in which she pushed job candidates for consideration.

After associating herself with Mr Trump for more than a decade, she now says he "used" her, calling him a "con who has been masquerading as someone who is actually open to engaging with diverse communities" and is "truly a racist".

"Thank you for the kind words Omarosa!".

"You represent the people, you are paid by the people, but to some extent the people have elected Donald Trump to institute and enact policy, so I believe I served the American people". Newman worked under Trump as an aide but was recently let go by his new Chief of Staff, John F. Kelly.

She declined Tuesday to answer questions about her recordings, which she has described as a "treasure trove", and the extent to which colleagues are secretly recording each other at the White House, again citing the arbitration action.