Omarosa Manigault Newman, the Trump aide-turned-White House villain who is now holding the news cycle hostage, is back with another outrageous claim excerpted from her new book, "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House". Why not pardon himself over an alleged visa payoff?' wrote Manigault-Newman. When Noah suggested fallout from a recording of Trump using the N-word "would be catastrophic", Wood played his own "tapes of Trump saying racist things", not secretly.
Manigault-Newman implied that Trump played some nefarious role in Melania's immigration to the U.S. from Slovenia in 1996 - even though the couple are believed to have first met two years later, in 1998.More news: Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas' dance at engagement bash
As President Trump has gone on the attack against the former Apprentice contestant, the Trump administration is attempting to silence her with the threat of legal action. Even allegations about impropriety with her husband's handling of his charitable foundation left her largely unscathed.
She said she'd happily gab on her personal time, however. It's disappointing to her that she is lashing out and retaliating in such a self-serving way, especially after all the opportunities given to her by the President, ' Grisham said in a statement.
Painted as the "villain" character for her dog-eat-dog tactics and "not here to make friends" attitude, Omarosa's approach to the show quickly divided America.More news: Chelsea vs. Arsenal - Football Match Report
The agreement also bars Manigault Newman from demeaning or disparaging the company, Trump and Trump's family members, according to the letter. Omarosa referred to the passage above and then insisted it described her hearing the tape.
The Apprentice, which aired on NBC for 14 seasons from 2004-2017, earned Trump a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007.
Due to her history, many commentators have pointed out that it's hard to verify Omarosa's claims as truth.More news: Urban Meyer investigation will end Sunday