'LIES': White House denies 'disgruntled' Omarosa's claim that Trump is 'racist'

Omarosa says she has dirt on Donald Trump... and it's racial

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault made a heinous accusation against President Donald Trump in her new book, but the source of her claim is calling her out and saying it's a lie.

Harsh accusation: By the time she was sacked from her White House position, "it had finally sunk in that the person I'd thought I'd known so well for so long was actually a racist", she writes in the memoir. Omarosa says she rejected the offer.

Omarosa is, of course, an unreliable narrator with questionable credibility on practically every subject. She subsequently joined the Trump administration as a communications aide. "The allegation is not credible, and indeed is ridiculous, particularly in light of the timing of her departure from the White House-December 12, 2017". Sure. However, when it comes to dishonest White House castoffs, I'd personally prefer her scorched-Earth approach over the Steve Bannon, Sean Spicer, and Reince Priebus style of continually carrying Trump's water long after the boss continually humiliated them or tossed them aside.

But, as NPR reported, the very section that Manigault told Martin to read actually was the part that contradicted her claims.

Omarosa went on to talk about her alleged search for the tape after reports of its existence came at the end of 2016.

Ahead of her August 14 release of her tell-all memoir, Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House, Manigault-Newman is out here dropping crumbs to be sure to secure sales.

Newman met Trump in 2004, when she was a contestant on the first season of The Apprentice.

"I'm in @Omarosa's book on page 149", Luntz tweeted.

Supposedly, the offensive words were used in reference to George Conway, Kellyanne Conway's husband who is half Filipino.

"Would you look at this George Conway article?" she quoted the president as saying.

It is also not the only time the veracity of Manigault's claims has been called into question.

Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" rocked the West Wing when it hit shelves in January and caused Trump's inner circle to sever ties with Steve Bannon, his former chief strategist. She could still be salty after the previous bout of negative press, which detailed that she had brought her 39-person wedding party for an unannounced White House photo shoot that saw guests seeking selfies in the Oval Office and Rose Garden.

"I rejected what other people said about him because they didn't know him like I did".



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