James Corden 'Releases' More Of Omarosa's Secret Recordings Of Trump

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WASHINGTON ― After decades of being able to shut people up with threats of lawsuits, President Donald Trump is likely in for a rude awakening as he goes after a former White House aide who has written an unflattering book.

Harder repped Trump in a California case brought by porn star Stormy Daniels, who is suing Trump and his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, CNBC reported.

Despite her assertion on the recording that Trump did use the racial epithet, Pierson said on Tuesday she does not believe that Trump used the N-word.

"He said it", Pierson says.

Trump on Monday denied the existence of any tape from "The Apprentice" in which he used the racial epithet, citing the show's former producer, Mark Burnett.

NBC's "Today" programme on Sunday played the brief recording, in which Mr. Trump claims to have had no knowledge that she was sacked and expresses regret at the news.

The campaign did not elaborate on the nature of the alleged violation.

She responded to Trump's insults, saying: "It's sad that with all the things that is going on in the country that he would take time out to insult me and to insult my intelligence".

U.S. Senator Jeff Flake, a frequent Trump critic, called the president's language "unbecoming" and, in a tweet quoting the president's post, wrote that fellow Republicans "should not be okay with it". She has shared some of those tapes during her book tour. She noted, as examples, Trump's recent criticism of National Basketball Association player LeBron James and California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters.

He also took the press to task for harping on Omarosa's lack of credibility. I would rarely see her but heard.

In a related development, a Trump campaign official said the campaign, which is gearing up for his 2020 re-election run, had filed an arbitration against Manigault Newman for breaching a 2016 confidentiality agreement. "I told him to try working it out, if possible, because she only said GREAT things about me - until she got fired!" "He has absolutely no respect for women".

"At this time, we haven't seen any legal action and don't have a comment on it", Phillips said. "Did she mean to come off as out of touch and tone-dead by wearing snakeskin stiletto heels to hurricane-ravaged Texas?"

Manigault Newman said she talked to Kelly in the Situation Room, a highly secured room in the White House, where personal devices aren't allowed.

Meanwhile, Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, said on "Fox and Friends" Monday that Manigault Newman may have broken the law by recording private conversations inside the White House. Speaking with MSNBC's Katy Tur, the former White House aide said she has spoken to special counsel Robert Mueller in the Russian Federation investigation.

Trump had a long history in his business and political career of using nondisclosure agreements to protect secrets and keep subordinates quiet.

"He should've said "you're fired" and kept her out of the".

She has also been drip-feeding conversations to the media she secretly recorded in the White House, including inside the high-security Situation Room.

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