The Washington Post reported that that after being fired, Omarosa declined a $15,000-a-month job offer from Trump's campaign, which included a nondisclosure agreement stating that she could not make disparaging comments about the campaign, Trump, Vice President Pence, their families, any Trump or Pence family company or asset. She never made it, never will.
According to the former White House aide, the first lady was trying to send a message to her husband when she wore the controversial 'I REALLY DON'T CARE, DO U?' jacket in June.
On Monday, Manigault Newman released an apparent recording of an interaction with Trump in 2017 after she was dismissed from the White House.
Mr. Gidley denounced Ms. Manigault Newman by saying she was releasing the audio and accusing the president in her book just for money.
On Monday, he took the criticism a step further, calling his former aide "vicious" and "not smart". She claimed if she did not have the recording between herself and Kelly, people would still believe reports she "stormed the residence" after her meeting with Kelly.
On the tape, which Manigault Newman said was recorded in the Situation Room, Kelly can be heard citing "some pretty serious integrity violations" as the reason for her dismissal, and telling Manigault Newman that his decision was not negotiable. Kellyanne Conway said on ABC's This Week that "the first time I ever heard Omarosa suggest those very bad things about this president are in this book". And why didn't she take this opportunity to speak her mind to Trump, especially since she knew she was recording the conversation? "What happened?" Trump is heard saying in the clip.
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But Newman pushed back against her critics by arguing that she can substantiate her claims in the book. The Associated Press independently listened to the recording of the conversation.
She branded the president as "racist" and he, in turn, called her a "lowlife" for making the recording.
"The very idea a staff member would sneak a recording device into the White House Situation Room shows a blatant disregard for our national security", Sanders said in a statement.
But experts in national security and clearance law said that, while she seriously violated SCIF rules - and would likely be barred from ever being granted a security clearance - she probably didn't break the law unless the conversations she recorded were classified.
"The moment I said I would like to leave and they said I can't go, it became false imprisonment", she said.Читайте также: Tiger Woods electrifies PGA Championship crowd with back-to-back birdies
And, he adds, she should have been more loyal to the president because "Donald Trump made her". What I can tell you is, the thought of doing something like that to a fellow employee, not to mention, the leader of the free world is completely disgraceful, ' he said.
She called on the White House to release her personnel file to clear her name.
It was recorded in the White House's situation room - used for events involving national security issues and in which mobile phones are banned.
In the recording, Kelly seeks Manigault-Newman's "friendly departure" from the administration without any "difficulty in the future relative to your reputation".
Manigault-Newman was hesitant to answer questions directly related to her personal actions, instead focusing on the actions of Kelly and the Trump administration.
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