Defiant as Trump rages, Omarosa says she won't be silenced

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The book, which details her time as a White House staffer, includes a number of controversial claims about Trump that have prompted a furious response from the president, who called her a "crazed, crying lowlife" and "dog" Tuesday on Twitter.

Omarosa, on a publicity tour of talk shows for her new book, has emerged from her brief stint in Trump's White House as a Trump enemy, after years of publicly praising him and working for his campaign and administration.

Trump took the fight up another level when he tweeted that Manigault Newman was a "dog" on Tuesday. Unlike numerous other hosts who have interviewed Omarosa in recent days, Noah didn't fall for her carefully-practiced remorse; instead, he reminded Omarosa that when she accepted the job, she willfully ignored a mountain of evidence suggesting that Trump was a shady dude. "That's, frankly, the role that journalists play, which is to say 'the president said this, however, contrary to these studies, this person, ' whatever".

"There is inflammatory stuff on these tapes and I know she has a lot more that she has not released", Murray claims.

First Lady Melania Trump urged her husband to "stay above" a public spat with Omarosa, the president told advisors, Axios reported Wednesday.

"It's the greatest business book of all time", Trump said, according to Manigault-Newman.

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"As it relates to a nondisclosure agreement for government employees, and I'm not an attorney just to be clear, I don't know if they are valid whatsoever", Lewandowski said.

"There's one way to shut Donald Trump down, and that is just don't give him the oxygen".

Trump denies any tape exists, and said he doesn't use the N-word. "It probably stemmed from the fact that she was very upset with me because I.wouldn't be in her wedding and people were telling me she was very upset that I chose not to be in her wedding". Her comments did, however, strike a nerve with the White House. Good work by General Kelly for quickly firing that dog, ' he said, referencing the firing by the White House chief of staff that Omarosa recorded and then released.

Trump has come under fire previously for using derogatory terms to refer to women and African Americans. Kushner and Ivanka tape, the source said, would show that they offered emotional support.

Minimal association with Trump, like taking a photograph with the president in the Oval Office, was enough for protesters to decry Historically Black Colleges and University presidents on their own campuses a year ago. "He has done it multiple times, and it's odd because most people, when they think of dogs, they don't think of firing them", Meyers said. That is truly evidence that this man is not trying to unite us.

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