Recording: Omarosa offered $15000 a month to be 'positive'

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Omarosa released a series of audio tapes which were secretly recorded within the White House

According to Sherman, despite receiving advice from aides and his wife Melania Trump to "just ignore" Manigault Newman's book tour, Trump has opted instead to attack and insult his former "Apprentice" co-star and confidante.

The audio then goes on to confirm Manigault-Newman's claims in Unhinged that she was offered $15,000 a month, roughly the same paycheck that numerous other former Trump aides have been paid after departing the White House.

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Manigault Newman made the revelation Wednesday evening during an interview with Sirius XM host Joe Madison.

The roll out of Manigault Newman's book and some of her critical and unverified observations appear to have rattled the president.

"That's why I reached out to offer her a position with the 2020 Trump campaign before we knew anything about the gross violations of ethics and integrity during her White House tenure".

Manigault-Newman interrupted her and said, "Oh, God no", to which Trump said, "Everything, everybody positive, right?" Wilson tweeted Wednesday in response to Trump's tweet about Manigault Newman, "@realDonaldTrump There are many names we can call you: "Racist.

"Trump has surrounded himself with grifters and con-artists, and now that it's coming back to haunt him he's trying to grift his way out of it", Meyers said.

"When Omarosa was sacked by the White House Chief of Staff in December of 2017, my entire family was concerned for her because we had no idea about the basis of her dismissal", she said. "He's the same kind of old-school dumba** that I am, but I don't think a guy like me should be president".

Lara Trump, married to Eric Trump, can be heard on the tape noting a New York Times report that suggested Manigault Newman had inside information that could be damaging to Trump. "So, no matter what efforts I put out, people didn't want to see that type of residual outreach".

She said she offered her a job because they still wanted her to be a player on Team Trump even after she got fired.

"You have to have your own back, because otherwise you'll look back and see 17 knives in your back", Manigault Newman said.

"I don't know of anything that has been more troubling to me that this president has done than refer to a professional woman as a dog", said Clyburn, a Columbia Democrat.

"Woman to woman, I shared a connection with Omarosa as a friend and a campaign sister, and I am absolutely shocked and saddened by her betrayal and violation on a deeply personal level", the President's daughter-in-law said.

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