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Kelly: "I think it's important to understand that if we make this a friendly departure we can all be, you know you can look at your time here in the White House as a year of service to the nation". The book is due to be released next week, but CNN obtained a copy on Friday.

On NBC, Tapper reminded Manigault Newman that in December 2016 she had written: "I am living the American Dream because of Donald Trump.it's very hard to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn't like black people and black women".

Manigault Newman was previously best known for her polarizing character on NBC's "The Apprentice" in 2004. "They were not offering a real job", she said. Manigault Newman provides no proof of the alleged recording. She also says she later concluded that he is a racist and a bigot. The Post has reviewed the agreement.

Rather, who not shied away from harsh criticism of Trump, blasted the president for his tweet saying that he condemns "all types of racism" ahead of the anniversary of the Charlottesville, Va. white supremacist rally. She suggests that it might have been part of a secret document because of the meeting with Cohen.

"We're gonna talk to you about leaving the White House". GOP spokeswoman Ronna McDaniel and others also played up the national-security implications of her clandestine recording, though it's not like this administration has been diligent about security enforcement in the West Wing before.

"I have heard for two years that it existed, and once I heard it for myself it was confirmed what I feared the most, that Donald Trump is a con and has been masquerading as someone who is actually open to engaging with diverse communities", she said Sunday. Manigault said that since this was her first conversation with Kelly, she'd like to ask some questions. "Fake news!" He did not say that. The White House Situation Room is one of the most secure locations on the planet.

And Trump called her a "lowlife" during a photoshoot on Saturday.

Manigault Newman, 44, met Trump in 2004 when she was a candidate on the American version of The Apprentice, which he hosted.

"If I did not have this recording, people would still believe the false story that I was running around the White House".

The White House says the book is "riddled with lies and false accusations". In her book, Newman describes hearing about the tape but not hearing it herself.

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Trump has retweeted white nationalist material, said Mexicans crossing the U.S. border are rapists and drug dealers, once referred to a Hispanic Miss Universe as "Miss Housekeeping" and employed Steve Bannon, a central figure of the new "alt-right" in America, as his campaign chief and top strategist for a time.

And she compares the President's mind to a tiresome blade, suggesting he no longer pronounces long words correctly and has trouble recollecting his rationale for major decisions, including firing FBI Director James Comey.

Manigault Newman served as the director of communications for the White House's Office of Public Liaison and claims chief of staff John Kelly fired her because she was close to getting audio of Trump using the racial slur.

Newman didn't specify when exactly the tape was from, but that it was from Trump's time hosting the show and spinoffs through early 2015.

Still, as the White House aide who had one of the longest relationships with the President, Manigault Newman enjoyed rare stature, at least at moments. Why was she there in the first place? But she has recordings.

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"Treating someone with love and kindness after abuse is a classic cult tactic", she wrote. The official said their approach would be similar to their response to Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" roll out.

She recounts how Trump battled to have a tanning bed installed when he moved into the White House.