Trump calls Omarosa a 'low-life'; says Sessions is 'scared stiff'


Newman's book, "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House", which is set to release Tuesday, has already caused quite a stir over the numerous accusations she lobs at the man she worked so closely with for more than a decade.

President Donald Trump visits with members of Bikers for Trump and supporters, Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018, outside the clubhouse of Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.

After these shots were fired, Trump said he felt betrayed by the former Apprentice contestant and that's when he labeled her as a lowlife.

Manigault Newman claims Trump wanted to use his own business book at the swearing-in ceremony rather than the bible.

"On this phone conversation, I was told exactly what Donald Trump said - yes, the N-word and others in a classic Trump-goes-nuclear rant - and when he'd said them".

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But when pressed about her version in the book, Manigault Newman told to NPR: "I heard the tape". "Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump", Manigault Newman said in an interview with PBS in 2016. She said he then played it off as a joke but she knew he was serious.

She says that the president even used the n-word on tape, repeatedly dropping the slur on the reality show's set. While she doesn't provide direct evidence, she cites three unnamed sources who attest to the existence of the tape. Trump replied, according to her account.

But that offer came along with a stringent nondisclosure agreement that was as "harsh and restrictive" as she had seen while working in television. "I'm sure Kat will fill you in on that convo if you ask her nicely".

Despite her claims, the White House has vehemently denied her writing, instead writing her off as a "disgruntled former White House employee" who is "trying to profit off these false attacks", according to The Hill.