The source of information of the White House of the Omarosa era denies that Trump has installed a tanning camera

The new book by Omarosa Manigault-Newman is full of broadsides against Donald Trump, including some that the White House and others say plainly false

Trump's big league tan is totally natural. That is the message sent by the inner circle of the president after former assistant Omarosa Manigault-Newman stated that he had a tanning bed installed in the residence of the White House.

In his spicy book of release planned for the premiere on Tuesday, the former contestant & # 39; Apprentice & # 39; He wrote that the cosmetic contraption not only occupies space at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, but that Trump caused a stench when he sued.

The Washington Post reported Friday that Omarosa wrote about how Trump fought for a tanning device with Angella Reid, then the "chief usher". of the White House, a title that has the head of domestic staff.

Reid was fired in early May 2017, which shortened the time frame in which the story could have developed.

But a former White House official employed in the west wing during those months told DailyMail.com on Friday that it "never happened."

& # 39; Are you kidding me? & # 39; asked a former assistant who worked with Omarosa. "If that were true, I would have tweeted about it and challenged Putin to get one."

The source, who requested anonymity to speak freely, called the former colleague & # 39; Ponderosa & # 39 ;, a mocking combination of his name and the word & # 39; heavy & # 39 ;.

On the other hand, a senior White House official today told a reporter from the magazine & # 39; New York & # 39; that "there's no tanning bed", and that "there's never been any request."

The new book by Omarosa Manigault-Newman is full of broadsides against Donald Trump, including some that the White House and others say plainly false

The new book by Omarosa Manigault-Newman is full of broadsides against Donald Trump, including some that the White House and others say plainly false

Disputing Omarosa's claim that the president fought with the White House chief of staff for installing a tanning bed in the presidential residence, a former co-worker said that "it never happened."

Disputing Omarosa's claim that the president fought with the White House chief of staff for installing a tanning bed in the presidential residence, a former co-worker said that "it never happened."

Disputing Omarosa's claim that the president fought with the White House chief of staff for installing a tanning bed in the presidential residence, a former co-worker said that "it never happened."

The former West Wing officer called the Trump & # 39; Ponderosa nemesis, a combination of his name and the word & # 39; heavy & # 39;

The former West Wing officer called the Trump & # 39; Ponderosa nemesis, a combination of his name and the word & # 39; heavy & # 39;

The former West Wing officer called the Trump & # 39; Ponderosa nemesis, a combination of his name and the word & # 39; heavy & # 39;

Rejecting Omarosa's book, & # 39; Unhinged & # 39; it quickly became a board game in Washington, D.C. on Friday.

Omarosa is Trump's last former assistant to get a book contract, and it has become a parlor game to bring down his claims

Omarosa is Trump's last former assistant to get a book contract, and it has become a parlor game to bring down his claims

Omarosa is Trump's last former assistant to get a book contract, and it has become a parlor game to bring down his claims

In some cases, the author did not help her cause.

She writes that three people had told her they were aware of the existence of a recording, a shot of The Apprentice, in which Trump was caught in a hot microphone using the word n.

But on Friday afternoon she told him NPR that she herself heard the racial insult, and challenged a journalist to read her words more closely.

"I heard the tape," he said in the radio interview.

But the book describes that he heard on the phone from a person he does not mention: "In this telephone conversation, they told me exactly what Donald Trump said – yes, the word N and others in a classic Trump-va-rant nuclear, and when he said them.

Omarosa states in his new book that there are tapes, somewhere, of Donald Trump using the word, but he wrote that he never heard them personally; that changed on Friday when she stated at NPR that she heard the audio

Omarosa states in his new book that there are tapes, somewhere, of Donald Trump using the word, but he wrote that he never heard them personally; that changed on Friday when she stated at NPR that she heard the audio

Omarosa states in his new book that there are tapes, somewhere, of Donald Trump using the word, but he wrote that he never heard them personally; that changed on Friday when she stated at NPR that she heard the audio

The pollster Frank Luntz criticized Omarosa for printing, without contacting him, the statement of an anonymous source that he had once heard Donald Trump use the word "n".

The pollster Frank Luntz criticized Omarosa for printing, without contacting him, the statement of an anonymous source that he had once heard Donald Trump use the word "n".

The pollster Frank Luntz criticized Omarosa for printing, without contacting him, the statement of an anonymous source that he had once heard Donald Trump use the word "n".

Kellyanne Conway's middle Filipino husband, George, dismissed as "not credible" and "absurd" an Omarosa story about Trump referring to him with racial slurs

Kellyanne Conway's middle Filipino husband, George, dismissed as "not credible" and "absurd" an Omarosa story about Trump referring to him with racial slurs

Kellyanne Conway's middle Filipino husband, George, dismissed as "not credible" and "absurd" an Omarosa story about Trump referring to him with racial slurs

"For more than a year, I was so afraid to hear the details of someone who had been in the room," Omarosa writes. & # 39; When I heard the truth, I freed myself from that fear. And only now that he's gone, I realize how heavy it has been. "

Instead of telling the truth about all the good things that President Trump and his administration are doing to make the United States safe and prosperous, this book is riddled with lies and false accusations. It's sad that a disgruntled former employee of the White House is trying to take advantage of these false attacks, and worse than the media would now give him a platform, after not taking it seriously when he only had positive things to say about the president during his time in the administration.

– White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders

The well-known pollster Frank Luntz refuted a different passage in & # 39; Unhinged & # 39; where Omarosa says he was told he had personally listened to Trump's rumored audio & # 39; n-word & # 39;

"I'm in @ Omarosa's book on page 149. He claims to have heard from someone who heard from me that I heard Trump use the word N," Luntz wrote. "Not only is it totally crazy (I never heard anything like that), but Omarosa did not even make an effort to call me or send me an email to verify it.

Luntz continued: "It seems that certain book publishers these days are more concerned with getting a release than with deciphering the facts, which is why people do not trust these" exposures ", which is especially bad for them. authors who are really good and reliable ".

Omarosa, who launched her famous career for being famous for the strength of her belligerent personality in "The Apprentice," became an outspoken critic of Trump only after she left her position as spokesperson at the Public Liaison Office of the House Blanca She got a contract for seven books this year.

In another part of the 368-page memoir, she states that she personally heard the president use two different racist epithets to describe the husband of Kellyanne Conway, George's husband, who is half Filipino.

New York magazine journalist Olivia Nuzzi tweeted on Friday that a senior White House official told her that "there is no tanning bed" at the presidential residence, and that "there has never been a request" for one

New York magazine journalist Olivia Nuzzi tweeted on Friday that a senior White House official told her that "there is no tanning bed" at the presidential residence, and that "there has never been a request" for one

New York magazine journalist Olivia Nuzzi tweeted on Friday that a senior White House official told her that "there is no tanning bed" at the presidential residence, and that "there has never been a request" for one

Omarosa states that Lara Trump, Eric Trump's wife, offered her a campaign job of $ 15,000 per month after leaving the White House, a position that, according to her, came with a burdensome non-disclosure agreement.

Omarosa states that Lara Trump, Eric Trump's wife, offered her a campaign job of $ 15,000 per month after leaving the White House, a position that, according to her, came with a burdensome non-disclosure agreement.

Omarosa states that Lara Trump, Eric Trump's wife, offered her a campaign job of $ 15,000 per month after leaving the White House, a position that, according to her, came with a burdensome non-disclosure agreement.

Omarosa made more pedestrian recordings of Trump on his own while working in the west wing, but insists that his white whale tape using the word n ​​is somewhere

Omarosa made more pedestrian recordings of Trump on his own while working in the west wing, but insists that his white whale tape using the word n ​​is somewhere

Omarosa made more pedestrian recordings of Trump on his own while working in the west wing, but insists that his white whale tape using the word n ​​is somewhere

& # 39; Would you look at this article by George Conway? & # 39; she quotes Trump saying, according to The Guardian. & # 39; F *** ing FLIP! Unfair! F *** ing Goo-goo. & # 39;

Mr. Conway dismissed the story as "absurd."

"The accusation is not credible, and in fact it is ridiculous, particularly in light of the moment of his departure from the White House, on December 12, 2017. It is absurd," he wrote on Friday morning.

It was not until months later that he emerged as a firm and reliable critic of Trump on Twitter despite his wife's loyalty and devotion to the president.

Among the other strange claims in & # 39; Unhinged & # 39; There is Omarosa's insistence that presidential daughter-in-law Lara Trump offered her a campaign work of $ 15,000 per month when she left the White House, which led to a parallel agreement not to speak publicly about Trump.

Omarosa describes it as an attempt to silence her, but the works of the presidential campaign generally have that kind of conditions.

And he says he once saw the president chewing on a sheet of paper after a meeting with lawyer Michael Cohen.

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