Trump calls ex-'Apprentice' star turned White House aide a 'dog'

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She also said his insults directed at Manigault Newman were not racially motivated. She has released segments of conversations with Trump and chief of staff John Kelly that she secretly recorded, leading White House officials to worry that there are more recordings still to come.

According to a sample of the agreement provided to Secrets, she was required to keep proprietary information about the president, his companies or his family confidential and to never "disparage" the Trump family "during the term of your service and at all times thereafter."...

Today I spoke to Noah Bookbinder, the executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, who pointed out that Trump's impulse to try to put these agreements in place is problematic from a transparency and good government perspective.

Omarosa served as Director of Communications for the White House Office of Public Liasion between January 2017 and 2018, when she was sacked.

"I think it's really sad what she's doing", Sanders said of Omarosa Tuesday afternoon, but wouldn't confirm or deny whether Omarosa signed a non-disclosure agreement for her time at the White House.

But Manigault Newman was defiant, telling the Associated Press on Tuesday, "I will not be silenced". In it, Manigault Newman describes the recorded conversation as being a conference call held on October 11, 2016.

Since Sunday when Omarosa first played a tape of a portion of her "exit interview" with John Kelly, there have been reports that the Trump administration might take legal action against her.

Upon hearing the allegations, Manigault-Newman said she was shocked and brushed them off prior to hearing the tape for herself. Already she's released a recording of a phone call she got from Trump after she was sacked in December, in which Trump played dumb about it. Manigault Newman also says she has heard audio tape of Trump using the N-word. I've spoken with him, and he's willing to work with you.

In a morning tweet, Trump praised his chief of staff, John F. Kelly, for firing Manigault Newman previous year. She accused him of using his rowdy political rallies to sow racial division, even suggesting Trump is promoting violence.

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"He's not only exhibiting the same kinds of characteristics, but he praises them and he gives them the power and emboldens them to mimic what he does and what he tweets out everyday", she said.

The White House has no way of knowing how many tapes Manigault Newman might have, the official said, even as they explore legal avenues for preventing their release and punishing her for making them.

The White House says Omarosa's book is riddled with lies and false accusations.

When asked to clarify on NBC's "Meet the Press", Manigault Newman said she listened to the recording after finishing the book during a trip to Los Angeles.

"He knew what was coming out before Wikileaks released them?"

Asked whether she believed that at the time, Newman said she just "kind of stepped back" and wanted to see whether Clinton and her people were behind the birther movement.

Now that Trump finds himself at the receiving end of Omarosa's blade, he doesn't seem to think she's so "honest".

Under one such agreement, signers promised not to "demean or disparage publicly" Trump, his company or any member of his family.

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