Omarosa Claims Donald Trump Used Racial Slurs in White House

Omarosa Manigault attends The Hollywood Reporter's annual 35 Most Powerful People in Media event at The Pool

Omarosa Manigault Newman, former director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison of Donald Trump's White House, is the latest since-estranged associate to secretly record the president while in the White House, according to a report from The Daily Beast.

The shocking claims are made in a new memoir, called Unhinged, by Newman, who was the most senior African American member of the Trump administration, until she was dismissed last December. Later, a source from The Apprentice contacted her, claiming to be in possession of the tape. "He'd said it multiple times throughout the show's taping during off-camera outtakes, particularly during the first season of The Apprentice".

She also claims Trump used racial slurs to describe George Conway, the husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway who is half Filipino.

"Would you look at this George Conway article?" she quoted the president as saying. "F**ing FLIP! Disloyal! Fucking Goo-goo".

Omarosa Claims Donald Trump Used Racial Slurs in White House

Omorosa Manigault-Newman pictured with Donald Trump before her departure from the White House. "It's absurd all around". Tom Arnold, a former contestant on the show who was once married to disgraced star Roseanne Barr, said he has Trump tapes too.

Manigault Newman writes that Lara Trump offered her a job and the monthly $15,000 stipend in exchange for her silence about the inner workings of the White House, The Post reported. Trump has continuously insisted that he is not a "racist", but if audio recordings do eventually come about showing that he did use the n-word to criticize African Americans, it would be hard for him to deny that label any longer.

Newman claims she was sacked after coming close to get her hands on the tape said to contain the racist slurs, which Apprentice producers have refused to release for contractual reasons. "He hated him. He never explained why, but now I believe it was because Obama was black".

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