Omarosa says she 'was complicit with this White House deceiving this nation'

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According to the Post, an excerpt from Unhinged also claims that Lara Trump, the President's daughter-in-law, and adviser offered Omarosa a job after she was sacked from The White House.

Director of Communications for the White House Public Liaison Office Omarosa Manigault listens during the daily press briefing at the White House, Oct. 27, 2017.

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. Apparently, she's got some secretly recorded audio of Trump that she's already shared with her close friends and will release in her book, which will be called Unhinged.

She says, "I heard his voice as clear as you and I are sitting here".

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During an appearance on Fox News Sunday, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway denied that the president has ever used such language, saying "I've never heard the president of the United States use a racial slur about anyone". "I felt myself being manipulated, but refused to allow that to happen". However, the Guardian notes that Manigault Newman does not say she has ever heard him say the word and cites three sources who she does not name. "But when he talks that way, the way he does on this tape, it confirms that he is truly a racist".

Omarosa Manigault Newman campaigns for then-candidate Donald Trump in Charlotte on October 14, 2016.

Omarosa Manigault has a book coming out and she's wasting no time to promote it.

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"If I did not have this recording, people would still believe the false story that I was running around the White House".

At his Bedminster golf club on Saturday, President Trump responded to a question about Manigault Newman by calling her a "lowlife".

Manigault Newman said in the book that she had not personally heard the recordings. Trump blamed the violence on "many sides", rather than condemning the white supremacists who were protesting.

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