"The NDA attached to the email was as harsh and restrictive as any I'd seen in all my years of television", Manigault Newman writes in the book. Being out for no one and nothing but yourself is a requirement for working in the Trump White House. Excerpts of the book were obtained by The Washington Post.
Trump has faced allegations of racism and misogyny for years. Maybe she learned something on The Apprentice after all.
Manigault Newman writes in "Unhinged: An Insider Account of the Trump White House" that she turned down the proposal, which would have barred her from the public criticism she has leveled at Trump since her departure. 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. F**ing F**P! Disloyal! Fucking G**-g**'. Omarosa claims Trump used the derogatory terms "flip" and "goo-goo" in regard to Conway, but Conway himself thinks that's "absurd", he tweeted.
Omarosa Manigault-Newman with Donald Trump. The two remain in contact, according to people familiar with the relationship. "He hated him. He never explained why, but now I believe it was because Obama was black". She writes that over time, she came to the realization that Trump was a racist, something the rest of us already knew.
There is no proof that he chewed on paper, and several White House aides laughed at the assertion and said it was not true.
The White House responded by slamming the book and its author and chastising the press for writing about it.
The Washington Post also reported Friday that another passage claims she was offered $15,000 a month from Trump's campaign to stay quiet after her firing - but she refused. Like every other mercenary in Trumpland, Omarosa was likely fully aware of those things, but was willing to overlook them in order to serve her own craven ambitions.