Published: Sun, August 12, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Trump Calls Omarosa A 'Lowlife' Ahead Of Her Book Release

Trump Calls Omarosa A 'Lowlife' Ahead Of Her Book Release

Manigault Newman landed in Washington D.C. on Saturday to kick off a publicity tour for her soon to be released book, "Unhinged", that is chock-full of explosive - though unverified - details about life in the White House.

Trump has responded by calling his former aide a "lowlife".

Newman also reportedly wrote she heard Trump use other racial epithets to refer to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway's husband George, who is half-Filipino. The Associated Press purchased an early copy.

And Sanders is correct - both Manigault Newman and Trump once had a close relationship after she became a star contestant and popular villain on his hit reality TV show, "The Apprentice".

"I didn't want to believe it", she writes.

Emergency declared in Virginia prior to 'Unite the Right' rally
Unite the Right said on its website that supporters will march from a nearby subway station to Lafayette Park at 5pm (2100 GMT). That weekend, two Virginia State troopers were also killed as their helicopter crashed into a nearby forests.


The president tweeted about the event, saying "hundreds of bikers for Trump just joined me in Bedminster" and called them great people who love our country. "I had to go through the pain of witnessing his racism with my own eyes, and hearing it with my own ears, many times, until I couldn't deny it any longer".

In the book, Manigault Newman painted the president as scattered, self-absorbed, misogynistic and insecure. While she doesn't provide direct evidence, she cites three unnamed sources who attest to the existence of the tape.

She also claims Trump's campaign offered her a contract for $15,000k a month to keep quiet about her time in the administration, The Hill reported.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized Unhinged as "riddled with lies and false accusations". At the time, a source familiar with her departure told the Guardian that she had always been uncomfortable defending the Trump administration as the most prominent African American woman in the White House. It's sad that a disgruntled former White House employee is trying to profit off these false attacks'.

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