In a written response Thursday, Lara Trump said her entire family was concerned for Manigault Newman after she was sacked "because we had no idea about the basis for her dismissal", but "we still wanted her on our team because we cared so much about her personally".
In her new book, Unhinged, Omarosa claims that Trump's aides were aware of the existence of the N-word tape, during Trump's presidential run. Omarosa has been wildly reviled as a liar-she was sacked twice from the Clinton White House, three times on The Apprentice, and once more from the Trump White House.
"I want to see this nation united as opposed to divided", she said.
Tom Arnold continues to insist there's a tape of President Donald Trump using a racial slur. The letter said the agreement bars disclosure of confidential information and disparagement about Trump, his family members, their businesses and the campaign.
White House slams Omarosa Manigault Newman's new book as 'riddled with lies'
Manigault-Newman had a brief but chaotic tenure at the White House , leading to questions about the credibility of the claims she makes in her book.
NBC says Manigault Newman allowed the network to broadcast four excerpts of a longer conversation, but says its staff have heard the full tape and "the clips are in context". Omarosa conned the entire Republican Party into believing that she was loyal to the party and would do everything possible to support President Trump's Black America agenda, however, did the opposite.
Clearly, Simon and Schuster was expecting a lawsuit, but Trump's team were not expecting Hurricane Omarosa.
The trepidation about what she will role out next comes as the staff has already been buffeted by the release of a tape by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen where he and Trump discuss payments to American Media Inc.
The "Apprentice" contestant-turned-government official has made clear she will release the evidence piece by piece. Lara Trump is a senior adviser on Trump's re-election campaign.
"There was a concept thrown out by some person... nine blacks against nine whites", Trump said on The Howard Stern Show before admitting he "liked" the idea.
When she was asked if the campaign job offer was "hush money", Omarosa quickly answered with "Absolutely".