"Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog!". In 2015, shortly before he launched his campaign, Trump described Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington as "a dog". Today's latest revelation coming from the former reality TV villain, shows the president's flagrant disrespect for leaders of America's staunchest allies.
Manigault Newman - who first gained fame as a contestant on Trump's reality TV show The Apprentice - has dripped out recordings of embarrassing private conversations at the White House as she promotes a memoir about her time with "The Donald".
In her MSNBC interview, Manigault-Newman said Trump has a limited vocabulary.
In her book, she casts herself as a strong black woman who overcame humble beginnings and has often navigated hostile work environments with aplomb.
"House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., responded to Trump's tweet with one of her own directed toward the president, which said: "#BeBest".
"And he goes, 'How do you think I should handle it?' And I told him exactly what you just said, Omarosa, which is well, it depends on what scenario you are talking about".
She claims to have recorded Trump while she worked for him.
Ever since the 45th president took office, Souza has used his impressive archive of White House photography and snarky tone to snipe at him via social media. "In her secret tape-recording of me, it was one of many times that I would placate Omarosa to move the discussion along because I was tired of her obsession over this alleged tape", Pierson said.
"The best play for Omarosa would have been to take credit for a lot of the great things that Donald Trump has done for this country, including for African-Americans", Conway said. Manigault Newman claims to have asked President Trump shortly after the shoving incident.
On the other hand, Ms Sanders' refusal to rule out the existence of the tape is a stunning concession, and Trump has consistently proven honesty is not his strong suit, so we would be foolish to take his denial at face value. "I don't want to see a race war as Donald Trump does". But after leaving her role in December previous year and publishing her damning memoir, the relationship has gone seriously downhill.
In a related development, a Trump campaign official said the campaign, which is gearing up for his 2020 re-election run, had filed an arbitration against Manigault Newman for breaching a 2016 confidentiality agreement. She has said that she is able to corroborate all of the quotes in the book.
It's safe to say that Manigault Newman's employment status was not, in fact, a matter of national security. "It's just so easy to do now that it happens all the time". The person insisted on anonymity to discuss the investigation.
In April 2004 Manigault Newman was set to sit down with Kimmel on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!".
Specifically, the former White House aide called out the time the first lady wore a pink Gucci "pussy-bow" blouse after the Access Hollywood tape came out.
Whack reported from Philadelphia.