Tom Arnold, promoting a Viceland show about hunting for "the Trump tapes", sat down with Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday's Kimmel Live, and he said Omarosa Manigault Newman is right - there is tape of President Trump using the N-word.
The stash of evidence Omarosa Manigault Newman says she has to substantiate the claims in her book about her year as a top aide to President Donald Trump includes video, emails, text messages and other documentation.
The letter claims publication of the book amounts to tortious interference with Manigault Newman's nondisclosure agreement with the Trump Organization, according to the Hollywood Reporter, which obtained a copy.
Indeed, the source explained that Manigault Newman is prepared to release material from her stockpile if the White House continues its personal relations assault against her.
But according to Trump, Mark Burnett, producer of The Apprentice, told Trump that the "n-word tape" did not exist. I will not be intimidated.
The president went on to call Manigault Newman a "crazed, crying lowlife" and "that dog".
Manigault-Newman implied that Trump played some nefarious role in Melania's immigration to the United States from Slovenia in 1996 - even though the couple are believed to have first met two years later, in 1998.
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Even in her more traditionally Trumpian endeavors, like hosting a "news program" of sorts on the president's Facebook page, her command of company jargon is rarely delivered with the sort of acidic tone common among the rest of her extended family.
The HUD administrator - who toured the Saint Nicholas, Manhattanville and Douglass houses - found herself discussing Manigault Newman again when another tenant brought her up.
Simon & Schuster this week also dismissed threatened legal action from Trump's campaign.
Maher then aired the tape of Trump talking to Omarosa after she was sacked by Chief of Staff John Kelly. Before joining the administration, Manigault Newman handled African-American outreach for Trump's presidential campaign.
Maher's comment was in response to Trump saying, "I knew her well - she worked for me on numerous occasions". Trump has denied this, saying on Twitter that "I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have".
She has already released several secret audio recordings, including of the meeting in which she was sacked by Kelly.