Omarosa slammed for ” disorderly conduct, according to the new release of secretly taped Trump call

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Former White House aide Omarosa attacks President Trump in her new tell-all book; Siraj Hashmi from the Washington Examiner weighs in.

Omarosa Manigault-Newman drew a new wave of condemnation from President Trump’s inner circle on Monday after the release of a secretly recorded telephone conversation with the President — the compounding of the game space and security concerns, by their recording of the Chief of Staff John Kelly in the Situation Room.

“Donald Trump has said,” Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani on “Fox & Friends” on Monday. “What kind of ingratitude is this?”

The recording appeared on NBC ‘ s “Today” is Monday morning, the alleged recording of a conversation between Manigault-Newman and Trump after she was fired by Kelly in December.

“Omarosa what’s going on? I just saw in the news that leave you thinking. What happened?” Trump asks on the recording.

“General Kelly came to me and said that she wanted guys to leave me,” Omarosa is not responding.

“No. No one told me about it,” Trump replies.

“Wow,” Omarosa says.

“You know, you run a great operation, but I didn’t know it,” trump card is to say recorded. “… God damn it. I love you, don’t leave.”

The reaction to the Band, the White house Deputy spokesman, Hogan Gidley, the madness is described as the work of a “disgruntled” and “self-serving” former official.

“The idea is not to do something, how to forget a colleague, the leader of the free world, is completely scandalous,” he told “Fox & Friends”.

Over the weekend, Manigault-Newman a different recording released Kelly you notify your fire. Manigault-Newman said on Sunday that Kelly was “threatening” you in the White house.

In the recording, Kelly Manigault-Newman ‘ s “friendly departure of addiction” by the administration without any “difficulties in the future relative to your reputation.” According to the Band, Kelly says that things could get “ugly” for you, and that you are “open to some legal action” for behaviors that earn’d the court, a war, if you are in the military.


Manigault-Newman described the remark as “very obvious…threat” on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday. She said she had recorded the conversation, because no one else would believe her.

“We have to speak, to leave the White house,” Kelly, apparently, says the Band. “It has come to my attention in the last couple of months that there are some pretty, in my opinion, the essential questions of integrity in relation to you and the use of state vehicles and some other issues.”

If you are asking whether the President was aware of their pending termination, Kelly, on the audio recording, allegedly told her that “this is not negotiable for discussion” and that their Brand was associated with “serious breaches of integrity.”

When asked about Manigault-Newman’s secretly recorded conversations with the head of the staff and the President, Giuliani, said the former aide-de-camp was the rules in violation of the White house.

“It is certainly the violation of national security provisions,” Giuliani said on Monday.

Giuliani also denied that the White house put officials under pressure or attacked to her, and said: if someone wanted to hurt you, you had played all derogatory information to the media, as “Everyone thinks in the White house, she’s a backstabber.”

In the case of a share in the first conversation with Kelly on Sunday, White house officials fired back immediately, saying that Manigault-Newman’s termination due to alleged ethical misconduct has been treated and calculated, that you blatantly security protocols violated by taping Kelly in the highly secured room in the basement of the West wing.

“The idea that an employee would be a recording sneak device in the White House Situation Room, shows a blatant disregard for our national security—and then brag about on national TV further proves that the lack of character and integrity of these disgruntled former White House employee,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement on Sunday evening.

In January, shortly after Manigault-Newman-burn, the White house has a new policy prohibiting employees and guests in the West announced the wing of the use of personal mobile phones, citing concerns about the “safety and integrity” of the White house “security system”.

Manigault-Newman, who worked for Trump before taking the job as director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison, left the White house in December 2017.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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