After Omarosa's reportedly dramatic firing in December, Politico reported that chief of staff John Kelly let her go because she was allegedly abusing White House auto service privileges, among other infractions.
She also says she saw Trump behaving "like a dog off the leash" at numerous events he attended without his wife, first lady Melania Trump.
Omarosa is, according to Sanders, a "disgruntled" former employee, trying to profit from her time spent with the president.
The book also says Trump said things like "What do you think she's like in bed?", "Do you think she's sexy?", and "Who you think would be better in bed between the two of them?" about female contestants on the show, though this is not a surprise since those kinds of objectifying, sexist remarks often aired as part of episodes on NBC.
"I have the outtakes to "The Apprentice" where he says every bad thing ever, every offensive, racist thing ever", Arnold told the Seattle-based radio station KIRO.
The contract was for a "diversity outreach" job for the campaign, and came with a proposed non-disclosure agreement that would bar Manigault Newman from commenting about Trump or his family, the Post reported. "I was done with Trumpworld".
The two men Emery trusts to lead Arsenal's revival
For Emery, the first question on his mind is whether he picks Petr Cech in goal or Bernd Leno . Expect goals at the Emirates Stadium as a new dawn settles on the London Horizon.
Omarosa says she secretly taped her firing, plays audio
Trump was responding to a question from the press pool about Manigault Newman's tell-all memoir that was announced this week. Don't expect Donald Trump to invite Omarosa Manigault-Newman back to the White House for some tea and cookies any time soon.
Actress Sean Young wanted for questioning in Queens burglary
They say surveillance video showed Young and a male companion breaking in and stealing laptops and software worth about $12,000. Blade Runner actress Sean Young is wanted for questioning by police in connection with a burglary in Queens this week.
Manigault Newman said the call from Trump was followed by a call from Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law, and Ivanka Trump, his daughter, who said she "really loves" Manigault Newman and would do anything for her.
Still, in the book she writes that she had revealing sources.
She added, "I would look like the biggest imbecile alive for supporting a man who used that word". "The allegation is not credible, and indeed is ridiculous", wrote Conway, a frequent Trump critic despite his marriage to one of Trump's most consistent supporters, "particularly in light of the timing of her departure from the White House - December 12, 2017".
"Many didn't notice it as keenly as I did because I knew him way back when".
It has previously made headlines after the Daily Beast reported that Manigault Newman recorded audio of conversations with the president and others on his staff. This, of course, is questionable considering her tenure was plagued with reports that no one was sure exactly what she did at her post in the Office of Public Liaison, other than reportedly plan her wedding and rile up Trump with leaking accusations about other aides.
She writes, she felt a "growing realization that Donald Trump was indeed a racist, a bigot and a misogynist".
The White House responded to Manigault's book with a scathing statement Friday.