'Racist' Donald Trump 'used N-word,' says ex-White House aide

Posted August 11, 2018

Tom Arnold, a former contestant on the show who was once married to disgraced star Roseanne Barr, said he has Trump tapes too.

Sanders also says, "It's sad that a disgruntled former White House employee is trying to profit off these false attacks".

Earlier today, pollster Frank Luntz called out Manigault for her flat out false claim she made about him also in the pages of her new book.

Manigault claims in her upcoming book that the president used the offensive "n-word", and even implies that her attempt to find a tape of his using the word led to her being fired from the White House. Using the N-word wasn't just the way he talks but, more disturbing, it was how he thought of me and African-Americans as a whole'.

Reports have been circulating for years that outtakes from the reality television show exist in which Trump can be heard saying the N-word.

The controversy created by Manigault Newman's tell-all, which comes out next week, will not be the first time the White House has been forced to contend with sensational claims in a book.

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But there is a broad consensus among USA intelligence agencies that Kangson is one of at least two secret enrichment plants. He declined to say whether Pyongyang is constructing new missiles. "Things don't change overnight", Conway later added.

The Guardian has obtained a couple of excerpts from Omarosa's book in which she reveals that by the time she was leaving her job at the White House, she had a 'growing realization that Donald Trump was indeed a racist, a bigot and a misogynist.

In the tome, "Under Fire", the veteran journalist - who had been pals with Omarosa since the latter worked for Al Gore in the '90s - says that Omarosa texted her after she got engaged to John Allen Newman, saying, "I said yes to him!"

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders speaks during the daily press briefing at the White House, Tuesday, May 1, 2018, in Washington. F**ing F**P! Disloyal! Fucking G**-g**'. Politico explains the significance of the date: It wasn't widely well-known at that point that Conway sometimes criticized the president on Twitter; stories on it didn't widely emerge until after Omarosa left.

"I rejected what other people said about him because they didn't know him like I did".

NPR describes Manigault's "search for the N-word tape" as "a core piece of the narrative [in her book]". Since Trump was ever the germophobe, I was shocked he appeared to be chewing and swallowing the paper.

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