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Ed Henry presses Katrina Pierson recorded over Omarosa call
Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman claims new audio shows Trump’s campaign staff racial slur to discuss.
Former White House Advisor to Omarosa Manigault Newman “played” CBS News, by “mixing” two different cartridges, a senior Advisor to the President Trump the re-election campaign claimed Tuesday.
Katrina Pierson leveled the charge on cable news shows, according to an audio recording, the question is whether the trump card of the campaign knew that the President is the alleged use of the N-word.
Pierson said in an interview that she said that she signed a non-disclosure agreement with Trump, “Fox News ” @ Night” that she was asked about a 2016 conference phone call, to say where they could be heard, “no, he said,” as if it was the support of Manigault Newman’s claim that Trump said the racial slur.
Pierson said she was only appeasing Manigault Newman wore, because they are “not the Band would let go of.”
.@MarkBurnettTV called to say that there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice, where I have such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed to the Crazy and Deranged Omarosa. I didn’t have the word in my vocabulary, and never. You made it up. You look at your MANY of the new quotes to say….
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 14, 2018
Manigault Newman claims surfaced, while you advertising for her new book, “unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White house.”
They claimed that they used confirmed the rumors of an old tape of “The Apprentice”, Trump, the arch.
Manigault Newman told CBS, one person, California, has allowed her to listen to the recording to write the book. She said had she known, she left, would the White house “immediately.”
Trump has denied ever using the word.
Manigault Newman on Tuesday, CBS News published an alleged recording of a telephone conference, which reportedly their functions, Eric Trump aide Lynne Patton, Pierson, and campaign communications director Jason Miller.
“I’m used to finding at least what is the context for it, to help us perhaps trying to figure out a way,” Pierson said on the tape. Patton is, then the description of a conversation heard, you with Trump about his alleged use of the slur.
“I said, ‘Now, sir, can you think of any time where that happened?’ And he said, ‘no,'” Patton is heard to say.
Manigault Newman replies: “Well, that’s true.”
Pierson later said: “no, he said it. It is embarrassing for me.”
Pierson told CNN, “What are you listening to me to do that is to interrupt, to say, ‘OK, OK, he said it, he said it, he is embarrassed, let’s move on.”
She called Manigault Newman is the epitome of annoying, so she had to give, “to go about the day.”
Trump took to Twitter to say, the producer of “The Apprentice” called him to say there were “TAPES” of the show”, where I have such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed to the Crazy and Deranged Omarosa.”
Several former and current officials of the President have refused to make their claims.
The former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski told Fox News that he “never heard of any Band.”
Pierson said Manigault Newman has been with the Band to manipulate the public.
She told CNN’s Erin Burnett that they “would not come across this program, as a black woman, Erin, and tell you that someone say a derogatory term, when they did it. I would just have the campaign.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.
Edmund DeMarche is a news editor for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @EDeMarche.