Omarosa releases alleged secret recording of the Chief of Staff, John Kelly ‘threatens’ you in the Situation Room


(Omarosa Manigault-Newman appeared on “Meet the Press” on Sunday to promote her new book about her time in the trump administration, which has called the White house, is false.)

Omarosa Manigault-Newman, the ex-reality star and former trump aides, the threatens was acccused of the President of racism, published on Sunday what it claimed, a secret recording of White house chief of staff John Kelly “” you in the White house Situation Room.

In the recording, Kelly allegedly Manigault-Newman ‘ s “friendly departure calls” by the administration without any “difficulties in the future relative to your reputation.” According to Manigault-Newman, Kelly continued by saying that it is recorded as “ugly” for you, and you have the conversation, because no one else would believe.

This comment was a “very obvious … threat,” Manigault-Newman told NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

EXCLUSIVE: @OMAROSA releases secret audio recording of the meeting, when Chief of Staff John Kelly your fired. #MTP

Omarosa: “Is the President aware of what’s going on?”

— Meet the press (@MeetThePress) August 12, 2018

That Manigault-Newman had made it obvious that recording a conversation in the White house, highly secured Situation Room, which is the control center of sensitive government and military operations to alert the analysts Sunday.

“This is a Big security violation. HUGE,” wrote Laura Rosenberg, Executive Director of the Alliance for the safety of democracy, on Twitter on Sunday. “Makes you wonder what other types of security violations occur under this White house.”

In the audio recording, if Manigault-Newman asks if Trump is aware of your pending termination, Kelly allegedly told her that “this is not negotiable for discussion” and that you referred the notice to the “serious integrity violations.”

Manigault-Newman on Sunday called Kelly published to back up your employee records up to this claim.

“Let go of, so that the American people will see that I worked my butt of this country,” she said.

Manigault-Newman, who worked for Trump and then took a position as director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison, left the White house in December 2017 after Kelly took over.

Just two years ago, Manigault-Newman was described by media reports as a “top-Donald Trump cheerleader” because of her repeated, forceful defense of the President. “I’m black, female, and Donald Trump is my friend,” she wrote in The Hollywood Reporter in 2016.

“In my experience with him, he’s just professional. I am aware of that perception. But he is open-minded: He does not judge people on their gender or race. He judged you on your ability to get the job done.”

You comment on the repeated praise of President Trump, if you worked in the White house, the former “apprentice” star told host Chuck Todd on Sunday, “I was complicit” in what they characterized as his administration deceive the efforts to “this nation.”

Manigault-Newman also produced on Sunday what it claimed was a strict confidentiality agreement she was asked, in exchange for a do-nothing job on Trump’s re-election effort after their exit from the White house.

It has also been suggested that the management of routine buys in a shop ex-officials’ silence, by working with similar offers of Trump’s campaign, or the RNC and other political groups.

“You were not with a real job,” she said. “You told me that if I work from home, if I still wanted to work. She didn’t really care if I showed up. … [This] is the reason why Sean Spicer, the description of Donald Trump as a unicorn jumping over a rainbow,” she added. “Because, he wrote, under the same contract.”

Manigault-Newman, wrote a treatise in this week as “Upset” about her time in the Trump White house. According to excerpts in the media, Manigault-Newman questions Trump, the mental Constitution, and throws him with racial epithets.

The White house has strongly denied the book’s allegations, calling Manigault-Newman “disgruntled” and said the story was “full of lies.”

On Sunday, Manigault-Newman admitted that, “[Trump] has never used the n-word in my presence, never said,” but she added that he talks about “everyone behind your back.”

Days ago, pollster Frank Luntz to undercut a Manigault-Newman – Trump, the most incendiary claims, while also questioning your sourcing in General.


I’m in @Omarosa’s book on page 149. She claims to have heard from someone who hear from me, I heard Trump with the N-word.

This is not only flat-out wrong (I’ve never heard of such a thing), but Omarosa is not to make an effort to call or to check up on me via E-Mail. Very sloppy work.

— Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) August 10, 2018

“I’m in @Omarosa’s book on page 149,” he tweeted on Friday. “She claims you’ve heard from someone who hear from me, I heard Trump with the N-word. This is not only flat-out wrong (I’ve never heard of such a thing), but Omarosa is not to make an effort to call or to check up on me via E-Mail. Very sloppy work.”

Speaking on “Fox News Sunday,” top Trump adviser Kelly Anne Conway suggested the President Newman-actions feels betrayed by Manigault -.

“If his thirty pieces of silver, or a seven-figure book advance for you, their PR agents, their ghost-writers, and others, all that is changed is this book and your fired, so I think he feels very betrayed,” said Conway.

The case seemed to be over the weekend. Asked about his former supporters, the new book on his Golf course in Bedminster, N. J., on Saturday, Trump twice Manigault-Newman “lowlife called.”

Fox News’ Jeffrey Rubin and Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

Gregg Re is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @gregg_re.

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