Omarosa: I never signed that 'draconian' White House nondisclosure agreement

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And yet, here she has an opportunity to confront Trump in the immediate aftermath of her firing, and Omarosa sounds as if she wants to get Trump to get her job back for her. She declined to say who had played her the recording.

President Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, says he thinks Omarosa may have broken the law by recording private conversations at the White House.

"Nasty to people and would constantly miss meetings and work", the president continued. But she told Chuck Todd on Sunday (Monday NZT) that she later was able to hear a recording of Trump during a trip to Los Angeles. "I would rarely see her but heard".

The White House described her as a "disgruntled" former employee.

Spicer rebutted Manigault Newman's claim that he signed a non-disclosure agreement and called her assertion that he was paid hush money "false".

"It's my opinion that Melania was forced to go to the border that day in June, essentially, to mop up her husband's mess", Omarosa reportedly wrote.

The recordings came out as Omarosa promotes her new book "Unhinged, ' where she turns on her former boss and 'Apprentice" host.

Manigault Newman, whose book is out this week, suggested there was more to come: "There's a lot of very corrupt things happening in the White House, and I am going to blow the whistle on a lot of them".

"No. Nobody even told me about it", the President replied.

"You know, in 2003 Donald Trump was sharp".

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He continues: "I didn't know that. Goddammit. I don't love you leaving at all".

This time it's a recording of President Donald Trump admitting he didn't know she was sacked from the White House.

"Savannah, slow down", was Manigault-Newman's response.

"Donald Trump made her". It was not immediately clear what the president meant. Trump on Saturday labeled Manigault Newman a "lowlife". Copies of both documents were obtained by The Post. And then he capped it all off by pointing to the many great things she had set about him previously.

Former presidential adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman is under fire from the Trump administration and national security experts for secretly recording White House conversations.

Ms Manigault Newman also provided NBC's Meet The Press with a recording of Mr Kelly firing her in 2017, in which he said there had been "significant integrity issues".

Trump, in Twitter comments, attacked the aide who for years appeared on his reality television show, "The Apprentice", before he turned to politics and won the White House.

In her MSNBC interview, Omarosa said she has been expecting retaliation from the White House for writing about her experience working on the inside. Minutes later, Trump retweeted Frank Luntz denying a claim in Manigault Newman's book that Luntz heard Trump use the N-word. He lauded Childs as "sharp and attentive", but said the Trump administration's "lack of diversity is concerning".

On an hour-by-hour, day-by-day basis, a rotating group of officers, members of so-called "watch teams", keep an eye on global events, according to a Central Intelligence Agency report, so they can inform the president of terrorist attacks, civil war or other significant developments. "Apparently telling the truth wasn't paying her bills, so she made a decision to switch her story just to make a quick buck".

"Based on particular policy considerations with her being a federal employee there may be requirements that she shouldn't have done so, however, if she believed that this was the only way to obtain evidence that might be relevant in a later proceeding then it certainly could be something that she could bring up", Regent Law Professor Natt Gantt said.