Secretly taping conversations is not unknown in Trump world

Danny Woods
August 14, 2018

The release of a recorded private conversation between Donald Trump and former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman is a symptom of the chaos and drama that surrounds the US President, says an Australian expert on American politics.

She repeatedly told her to calm down and when asked if she actually heard Trump use the racial slur, Omarosa fired back with, "I answered that question, Savannah, so what's the next question?"

"What has happened is that this White House created this monster and it was even before this White House, you know, I would say Donald Trump created his own monster and now the monster.he created the monster in his own likeness and the monster has come back to bite him", Ryan said. On Sunday, she released an audio recording between her and White House chief of staff John Kelly inside the Situation Room, sparking security concerns for officials who are bound by an honor-code not to bring recording devices aboard the secure facility. In 2014, there was "lots of finger-pointing going on at Simon & Schuster", a source told Page Six, after the publisher reportedly paid Clinton $14 million in advance for her memoir, which sold 85,000 in its first week, reported The New York Times, but slowed to sell a disappointing 300,000 copies over the next 21 months, according to Time magazine. He's not fooling anyone, is he?" he asked, before adding, "She's saying he's mentally declined.

Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway appeared on the same show Sunday and said she wouldn't be working for Trump if he was racist.

"It's all an attempt to just sell a book and I think we need to remember that", Lotter said. "Oh, oh, cheese and crackers, I- I don't love that you are leaving but, but I do love cheese and crackers'". The issues were related to her use of government vehicles and "money issues and other things", Kelly can be heard saying.

"She claims to have heard from someone who heard from me that I heard Trump use the N-word", he said in an August 10 tweet. This is his pattern with African-Americans, and he doesn't know how to control himself.

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The next morning, I immediately notified senior communications officials and a Trump family member of the same, only to discover the true nature of her departure was termination.

George "Tyrus" Murdoch added that Manigault-Newman is "literally the most despised person in the free world". In a tweet, Trump called it "inconceivable" and "totally unheard of that a lawyer would tape a client". The White House has tried to discredit the book, while the President has repeatedly attacked Manigault Newman as "Wacky Omarosa", via Twitter.

"But he continued it in a very, very derogatory way", she said.

"No... I, I, nobody even told me about it", Trump replies. She also released a recording of a phone conversation she had with Trump, during which he seemed unaware of her firing or why it took place.

Trump was referring to Manigault's statements defending him against charges of racism before the 2016 election and after she joined his administration. She later said she heard the tape herself. "Now that she says bad about me, they will talk to her".

"Wacky Omarosa already has a fully signed Non-Disclosure Agreement!" he wrote.

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