Ex-White House Aide Releases Audio Of Her Firing Inside Situation Room

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On Sunday, the White House slammed "disgruntled White House employee " Omarosa Manigault after she recorded - and then released - a tape of her firing in the White House Situation Room.

Manigault Newman, who starred on Trump's show "The Apprentice", was sacked from her administration position in December amid allegations of misconduct, including trying to stage her wedding photos on White House grounds.

As Todd read quote after quote over several years in which Newman defended Trump in public, she said she had played a role in selling the administration's version of reality to the public, calling herself "totally complicit".

"It is hindsight. But I will say this to you, I was complicit with this White House deceiving this nation", she said.

In one clip, Kelly can be heard saying she would be "leaving the White House". "He should have been denouncing what we saw as clearly racist Nazis".

Kelly is heard in the recording telling Omarosa that she had serious "integrity issues" and compared her being let go to a military court martial.

Omarosa has accused Spicer of taking kickback-money (she accused him again on live TV during her media rounds today), and there are further allegations that Trump's bodyguard Keith Schiller and others are also taking kickback money.

Her about-face also includes the admission she was "complicit" in helping Trump appeal to the African-American community.

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Manigault-Newman, 44, gained renown as a villain on Trump's reality show "The Apprentice" and two of its spin-offs.

"If I didn't have these recordings, no one in America would believe me", Newman said on Sunday. "People are making decisions about us, without us".

Ms Newman, a former star of "The Apprentice" in the U.S., said that she now regretted her White House role.

"If we make this a friendly departure. you can look at your time here in the White House as a year of service to the nation and then you can go on without any type of difficulty in the future relative to your reputation", he goes on to tell Manigault Newman, adding that: "There are some serious legal issues that have been violated and you're open to some legal action that we hope, we think we can control". On Saturday, Trump called Manigault Newman a "lowlife". Omarosa married her second husband in 2017 in the ballroom of Trump's luxury Washington hotel.

The former White House staffer detailed her claim in her forthcoming book, writing that the offer was a way to keep her from speaking out.

Many within the White House fear Manigault Newman will release their private conversations. How does a lawyer, who was supposedly paid to do work for client Donald Trump, tape a conversation between him and his client and not tell his client?

"We have confidentiality agreements in the West Wing, absolutely we do". As readers to this column know, I am not someone that supports Trump's policies and behavior, but taping the president of the United States without their knowledge is, to me, completely unethical.

From left, Counsellor to the President Kellyanne Conway, White House Director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault, and White House Communications Director Mike Dubke previous year.

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