Omarosa Manigault Newman, former White House aide and reality TV star, released a new recording of her time working for President Donald Trump Monday that reveals him joking to a group of staffers in a discussion about an ambush in Niger that killed four American soldiers.
"Absolutely", Sanders can be heard replying.
"Oh, he's watching", she said before waving to the camera, "Hi, Donald". "One thing in this business is they trace it".
In the tape, Trump can be heard discussing Clinton and then-new reports that his rival's campaign and the Democratic National Committee had helped pay for opposition research by a former British spy. And, yeah, close to $9 million. The reason a law firm is because this way you don't have to give any papers. "But they found out, it's definitely illegal and its illegal from a campaign standpoint, from a campaign financing standpoint".
Manigault Newman said she blamed herself for staying with the Trump administration for as long as she did - admitting she "regrets" she was "so complicit" with their relationship.
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"You don't invite people on", Behar chimed in.
"So the whole Russian Federation thing, I think, seems to have turned around", he continued. "What do you think, Sarah?" he asks.
A surprised Trump told Manigault Newman he had no clue about Kelly's intentions to fire her although she claimed Kelly came to her and said that "you guys [Trump] wanted me to leave".
Omarosa said she and other White House staffers "coped" with their boss's bad behaviour by sending each other messages with orange emoji or the hashtag #TFA, an acronym for the 25th Amendment to the Constitution, which deals with presidential incapacity and succession. "This was a meeting with the entire communications staff and the press shop". "He crashed the meeting, he came into the meeting, he sat down and he starts rambling from topic to topic". "And this is in October of a year ago, so this is ... twelve months after the election, and he's still talking about Hillary Clinton".
While dropping one of her audiotapes on Monday's "The View", Manigault Newman said she thinks a rumored "racial slur" tape, featuring Trump using the n-word during the making of "The Apprentice," not only exists but will be released before the midterm elections.