The White House explodes in Omarosa for taking the smartphone to the Safe Situation Room to record the shot

Omarosa Manigault Newman secretly recorded the White House Chief of Staff firing her last December, and she recording in the ultra-secure Situation Room

Nine hours after former White House adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman surprised the political world with an audio tape of his own shooting in the ultra-secure situation room, the Trump administration returned fire to the former reality star.

"The mere thought of a staff member introducing a recording device into the White House Situation Room shows a flagrant lack of respect for our national security, and then boasting on national television shows the lack of character and integrity of This disgruntled employee of the house, "said Trump's press secretary, Sarah Sanders, in a statement at dinner time.

Manigault Newman gave the audio to NBC News, which aired during his interview & # 39; Meet the Press & # 39; with the explosive Trump Booster. It includes a voice identified as the White House Chief of Staff, John Kelly, telling her that "serious integrity violations" had left her without a job.

Kelly tells him in the audio that the problems are related to money and the misuse of government vehicles. She can be heard denying a request for her to talk to the president about her dismissal, which she said was not negotiable.

Omarosa Manigault Newman secretly recorded the White House Chief of Staff firing her last December, and she recording in the ultra-secure Situation Room

Omarosa Manigault Newman secretly recorded the White House Chief of Staff firing her last December, and she recording in the ultra-secure Situation Room

Manigault Newman gave NBC News the recording on Sunday, opening it to accusations of national security violation

Manigault Newman gave NBC News the recording on Sunday, opening it to accusations of national security violation

Manigault Newman gave NBC News the recording on Sunday, opening it to accusations of national security violation

In the audio recording, Kelly is heard telling Omarosa that "serious violations of integrity" had left her without a job.

In the audio recording, Kelly is heard telling Omarosa that "serious violations of integrity" had left her without a job.

In the audio recording, Kelly is heard telling Omarosa that "serious violations of integrity" had left her without a job.

A conference room is shown inside the Situation Room complex in the White House, a place where recording devices and cameras are strictly prohibited.

A conference room is shown inside the Situation Room complex in the White House, a place where recording devices and cameras are strictly prohibited.

A conference room is shown inside the Situation Room complex in the White House, a place where recording devices and cameras are strictly prohibited.

Manigault Newman, known nationally with her first name & # 39; Omarosa & # 39; from her days as a stalking contestant in & # 39; The Apprentice & # 39;, she claimed on Sunday as she promoted her next telltale book that had taped Kelly threatening her reputation as they spoke in the Situation Room.

"I think it's important to understand that if we make this a friendly exit, we can all be … you know, you can see, look at your time here in the White House as a year of service to the nation," the retired general said. "And then you can continue without any difficulty in the future, in relation to your reputation."

The farewell official from the west wing said she considered the comment a "threat" and defended her decision to record covertly as a form of self-preservation.

"If I did not have these recordings, nobody in the United States would believe me," he said on Sunday.

The Situation Room is known as SCIF: a Sensible Shared Information Facility. These rooms are reinforced against electronic listening, so classified information can be analyzed safely inside.

The standard protocol prohibits cameras and recording devices. Lockers or cubicles are normally located outside of SCIF to hold cell phones while their owners are inside. The Situation Room is not an exception.

The president of the Republican National Committee, Ronna Romney McDaniel, raised the possibility of a criminal prosecution for Omarosa if he broke the federal law by making his secret recording.

The president of the Republican National Committee, Ronna Romney McDaniel, raised the possibility of a criminal prosecution for Omarosa if he broke the federal law by making his secret recording.

The president of the Republican National Committee, Ronna Romney McDaniel, raised the possibility of a criminal prosecution for Omarosa if he broke the federal law by making his secret recording.

The admission of Omarosa, a very unusual one, immediately provoked the fire of the president's allies.

"Who in their right mind thinks it's appropriate to secretly record the White House chief of staff in the situation room?" Republican National Committee chair Ronna Romney McDaniel tweeted.

"Recording conversations secretly in the situation room is not simply inappropriate, it is a threat to our national security," McDaniel added. "If she violated federal law, it should be prosecuted."

The RNC's own Twitter account criticized: "Omarosa will clearly say anything to make money". It is obvious that no one should believe a word of what he says.

National security attorney Bradley Moss told The Daily Beast on Sunday that[p]Rotocol absolutely demands that you place that phone in the lockers just outside of the situation room. I've put my cell phones in similar lockers at government facilities. It is not negotiable & # 39;

She said that while White House visitors are evaluated, the internal staff operates in an honor system, which Omarosa clearly violated … and it is clear that she had the deliberate intention to do so.

LISTEN – Audio of John Kelly saying goodbye to Omarosa in the situation room for his "integrity problems"

GEN. JOHN KELLY: Hello.

OMAROSA MANIGAULT NEWMAN: Hello, how are you?

JOHN KELLY: Who are you?

FEMALE VOICE: Hello.

OMAROSA MANIGAULT NEWMAN: My assistant.

JOHN KELLY: Could you leave us alone?

FEMALE VOICE: Sure.

OMAROSA MANIGAULT NEWMAN: Hello.

JOHN KELLY: I'll just stay a couple of minutes. These are lawyers. We're going to talk to you about leaving the White House. It has struck me, in recent months, that there have been some significant integrity problems, in my opinion, related to you and the use of government vehicles and some other problems. And they will, they will, they will guide you through the legal aspects of this. But there are some, from my point of view, there are some problems of money and other things, but from my point of view, integrity problems are very serious. I am stuck with my past experience and that, when we hold the people in the army accountable, I would do it, compare what I see here in the White House and other issues that I have had to deal with and say what I would do. Do this, in this case if I was in the Pentagon dealing with a Marine or a soldier or something? And the issue for which may or may not have a full appreciation, but I think so, would be a high level of responsibility, that is, a council of war. We are not suggesting any legal action here.

OMAROSA MANIGAULT NEWMAN: That's what I did?

JOHN KELLY: Just stay with me, just stay with me. Yes. That would be a very serious offense. So with that I'm just going to ask you, these gentlemen will explain it. We will bring a staff person after they speak to you. But just to understand that I would like to see this be a friendly game. There are quite important legal issues that we hope will not turn into something that makes it ugly for you. But I think it's important to understand that if we make this a friendly match we can all be, you know, you can see, look at your time here in the White House as a year of service to the nation. And then you can continue without any kind of difficulty in the future in relation to your reputation. But it is very, very important, I think you understand that there are some serious legal problems that have been violated. And it is, it is open to some legal actions that, I believe, we can control, right? So with that, if you stay here with these gentlemen, they're going to make this clear:

OMAROSA MANIGAULT NEWMAN: Can I ask you a couple of questions? The president, is the president aware of what is happening?

JOHN KELLY: Do not do anything, let's not go down the road. This is a non-negotiable discussion.

OMAROSA MANIGAULT NEWMAN: I do not want to negotiate. I alone, I have never spoken, I had the opportunity to speak with you, General Kelly, so if this is my departure, I would like to have at least one opportunity.

JOHN KELLY: No.

OMAROSA: – understand.

JOHN KELLY: We can, we can talk at another time. This has to do with some fairly serious infractions of integrity violation. So I'll let you through that. Then, the staff and all the staff members work for me, not for the president. Then, after your departure, I will inform you if you are interested, where you can be. Then with that I'll let you go and if you gentlemen could take it.

MALE VOICE: Thank you. Yes. I'm very sorry we're here.

SOURCE: NBC NEWS & # 39; & # 39; MEET THE PRESS WITH CHUCK TODD & # 39;

President Trump called Manigault Newman, a former communications assistant, an "evil of life" on Saturday. On Friday, Sanders said the memoirs were "plagued with lies."

Much of the controversy surrounding the book, titled "Unhinged," has centered on his claim that he has heard the president's audio referring to African-Americans with the word "#";

She just writes that several people had told her about the existence of the tape, allegedly made through an open microphone during a recording of "Apprentice".

Two people to whom this information has been attributed, the pollster Frank Luntz and the Trump campaign assistant Katrina Pierson, have publicly denied it.

As of Friday, Manigault Newman insisted that he had listened to the expropriated, but not until after his book was over.

"It confirmed what he feared most: that Donald Trump is a scammer and has posed as someone who is really open to getting involved with diverse communities, but when he talks that way, as he did on his tape, he confirmed that he is really a racist, "he said on NBC on Sunday.

She said she felt used by Trump, who a year ago was under siege because of his comments about a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville that ended in the death of a counter-demonstrator.

Omarosa expressed his regret for helping and instigating Trump, saying: "I was an accomplice of this White House in deceiving this nation."

The president's adviser, Kellyanne Conway, on Sunday refuted Manigault Newman's claim that Trump used a racially charged language in the White House.

"He never told us that in the White House, and I certainly never heard it, but why did not he tell us at the time?" Conway asked for ABC. "She said," No, he's not racist. " She said: "I would not be there, and I would not be there, none of us would be there if that were true."

As the drama intensified on Sunday, current and former White House officials flooded the airwaves to defend themselves and the president against attacks from the new Trumpworld apostate.

Omarosa Manigault Newman admitted on Sunday that she was fired from the White House and did not resign as stated in previous interviews. She has seen herself here with her former boss, the president, at the end of 2015

Omarosa Manigault Newman admitted on Sunday that she was fired from the White House and did not resign as stated in previous interviews. She has seen herself here with her former boss, the president, at the end of 2015

Omarosa Manigault Newman admitted on Sunday that she was fired from the White House and did not resign as stated in previous interviews. She has seen herself here with her former boss, the president, at the end of 2015

Omarosa contradicted herself on Friday in an NPR interview, claiming that she had personally heard the Trump rumor recording using the racial insult; in the book, she writes that other people simply told her about the audio

Omarosa contradicted herself on Friday in an NPR interview, claiming that she had personally heard the Trump rumor recording using the racial insult; in the book, she writes that other people simply told her about the audio

Omarosa contradicted herself on Friday in an NPR interview, claiming that she had personally heard the Trump rumor recording using the racial insult; in the book, she writes that other people simply told her about the audio

The famous 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 famous 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 famous 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 well-known pollster Frank Luntz denied on Friday a passage of the book where Omarosa affirms that he was told that he had personally heard the rumored audio of Trump & # 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 ".

Manigault Newman said Sunday that aside from the N-words tape, he had never heard Trump use a racist insult.

"You know, I was in his presence when he said inappropriate things but he never said the word n ​​in my presence, never," he acknowledged.

She told Todd that Trump probably "uttered the insult about her too," because Donald Trump talks about everyone behind his back. "

"I'm pretty sure he probably said very pejorative things about me," he said. "In fact, yesterday, at this time before Charlottesville, the anniversary of Charlottesville, instead of talking about how to unify the nation, he actually insulted me by calling me" low society. "

Omarosa accused: "He is a man who is inclined to start a confrontation with racial charge, and uses the race to awaken his base."

Conway told ABC on Sunday that he has never heard the president use racial slurs.

"I also did not hear Omarosa complain about having done that, and then the only thing that has changed is that he is now selling books," the former campaign manager told the president.

In a violent assault on his former White House colleague, Conway compared Manigault Newman to Judas Iscariot, saying: "I understand that it is 30 pieces of silver or an advance of seven books, people change their allegiances and change their opinion. But I refer you to Omarosa's comments. A very brilliant evaluation of this president's work and of this president's work with respect to the African-American community. "

Mangiault-Newman directed the president's African-American reach in 2016.

She claimed in a memorable video that it would fall that when the former host of & Apprentice & # 39; The White House will win, & # 39; All critical, every detractor, will have to bow to President Trump & # 39;

After her dismissal, Manigault Newman had a change of mind when writing in her book that she witnessed a serious "mental decline" that was not apparent to the people around her who had not known him for as long as she did.

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

They had had a working relationship since the appearance of Omarosa in the first season of & # 39; The Apprentice & # 39 ;, dating from more than a decade until 2003.

In his "Meet the Press" interview, Omarosa doubled the accusation and threw grenades at former colleagues such as former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

She alleged that the president's cronies "absolutely" bought the silence of the former White House employee and tried to reach a similar agreement with her.

Spicer told DailyMail.com that he did not receive a pay check from America First PAC supported by Trump until June of this year, approximately 10 months after the conclusion of his term in the White House.

The former White House assistant who is on a promotional tour now for his own book detailing his time working with Trump, & # 39; The Briefing & # 39 ;, said he signed a contract for the manuscript in December.

America First later said in a tweet: "Your compulsive lies are sick and sad! It is clear that what she was fired for (the lack of integrity) is still running in her fantasy world. "

Pierson also denied Manigualt-Newman's accusations about her, saying in a statement to DailyMail.com that she "never heard President Trump use the derogatory language that Omarosa says" and that "he never confirmed the existence of a supposed" The Apprentice "for her as she said today".

"It's a complete invention of Omarosa," he said in the comment that said Trump in his experience has always been respectful of people of color. "I feel sorry for Omarosa, who is ashamed to create lies and salacious distortions only to try to be relevant and enrich herself by selling books at the expense of the truth." "Deranged", in fact.

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders took a vacation on Friday to say the book is "plagued with lies" and Omarosa is "unhappy."

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders took a vacation on Friday to say the book is "plagued with lies" and Omarosa is "unhappy."

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders took a vacation on Friday to say the book is "plagued with lies" and Omarosa is "unhappy."

President Trump refrained from tweeting about his former disloyal assistant on Sunday, with nothing in his schedule as vacations in Bedminster, New Jersey, the property came to an end.

The White House fired a missile at Manigault Newman on Friday after reporters said the book would accuse the president of uttering "several" racial slurs.

"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," said the White House press secretary. , Sarah Sanders, in a statement to journalists. unmistakably sharp elbow.

"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 administration. "

Omarosa, who launched her famous career for being famous thanks to the strength of her bellicose personality in "The Apprentice," became an outspoken critic of Trump only after leaving her position as spokesperson at the White House Public Liaison Office and start buying. for a book deal.

Because she has told contradictory stories about her knowledge of Trump's alleged racial slurs, it is not clear if she has any knowledge of them at all.

She also writes that she personally witnessed the president using a couple of racist insults against the half-Filipino husband of his assistant Kellyanne Conway, George.

& # 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;

George Conway dismissed the story as "absurd."

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

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

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

Omarosa is launching a tour of the book, saying she heard Trump denigrate Kellyanne Conway's half-Filipino husband (back, to the right) with a racial slur

Omarosa is launching a tour of the book, saying she heard Trump denigrate Kellyanne Conway's half-Filipino husband (back, to the right) with a racial slur

Omarosa is launching a tour of the book, saying she heard Trump denigrate Kellyanne Conway's half-Filipino husband (back, to the right) with a racial slur

Mr. Conway immediately dismissed the history of racial slurs as "unbelievable" and "absurd" on Thursday, noting that Omarosa was fired in December 2017, long before he was known as a persistent critic of Trump.

Mr. Conway immediately dismissed the history of racial slurs as "unbelievable" and "absurd" on Thursday, noting that Omarosa was fired in December 2017, long before he was known as a persistent critic of Trump.

Mr. Conway immediately dismissed the history of racial slurs as "unbelievable" and "absurd" on Thursday, noting that Omarosa was fired in December 2017, long before he was known as a persistent critic of Trump.

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

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.

It is not clear what would happen if Trump had left, but one of Mr. Conway's previous rhetorical slaps may be a suggestion.

In a June 2017 tweet, the graduate of Yale Law School chided the president for defending his travel ban, saying it would make it difficult for the Attorney General's Office to find 5 Supreme Court justices to look green.

"These tweets can make some people feel better," he wrote, "but they certainly will not help GSO get 5 votes on SCOTUS, which is what really matters." Sorry. & # 39;

A year later, the superior court did the same with Trump on the divisive issue, by a margin of 5-4.

Omarosa's spicy memories include other anecdotes less incendiary but equally good to verify.

One is the accusation that a tanning bed occupies space in the presidential residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and that President 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.

NOPE: White House officials discuss Omarosa's claim that the president fought with White House ushers to install a tanning bed in the presidential residence

NOPE: White House officials discuss Omarosa's claim that the president fought with White House ushers to install a tanning bed in the presidential residence

NOPE: White House officials discuss Omarosa's claim that the president fought with White House ushers to install a tanning bed in the presidential residence

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.

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."

Among the strangest claims in & # 39; Unhinged & # 39; There is Omarosa's insistence that Lara Trump, the presidential sister-in-law, offer her a campaign work of $ 15,000 per month when she leaves the White House, along with an 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.

George Conway may have left Trump with tweets like this one in June of 2017, in which he chided the president for defending his travel ban and said it would make it difficult for the Attorney General's Office to find 5 Supreme Court justices.

George Conway may have left Trump with tweets like this one in June of 2017, in which he chided the president for defending his travel ban and said it would make it difficult for the Attorney General's Office to find 5 Supreme Court justices.

George Conway may have left Trump with tweets like this one in June of 2017, in which he chided the president for defending his travel ban and said it would make it difficult for the Attorney General's Office to find 5 Supreme Court justices.

The Conway are represented at a Halloween event on October 30, 2017 at the White House

The Conway are represented at a Halloween event on October 30, 2017 at the White House

The Conway are represented at a Halloween event on October 30, 2017 at the White House

"I saw him put a note in his mouth … As Trump was always the germaphobe, I was surprised that he seemed to be chewing and swallowing the newspaper … It must have been something very, very sensitive," he writes in a report to The Washington Post.

As with many of his more poignant stories, White House aides flatly attributed it to the Post.

The unceremonious release of Omarosa in December 2017 will be a revealing asterisk as it launches a media tour this weekend with an interview on the set of Meet the Press & # 39;

The White House chief of staff, John Kelly, threw her overboard after learning that she was using the White House car service, intended for outside VIP guests, as a personal pick-up and drop-off driver for her daily commute .

She states in her book that she was shown the door because high-ranking assistants believed she was about to put her hands on a "one word" recording, although her working status would be of little importance if she had found one.

According to Omarosa, she was contacted during the 2016 campaign by a source who claimed to have the recording.

"At that time, three sources in three separate conversations had described the contents of this tape," he writes. "Everyone told me that President Trump had not thrown a single bomb of N words, he said it several times during the recording of the series during off-camera shots, especially during the first season of The Apprentice.

In the book, Omarosa describes how she and Ivanka Trump tried to rid the White House of the leaks

In the book, Omarosa describes how she and Ivanka Trump tried to rid the White House of the leaks

In the book, Omarosa describes how she and Ivanka Trump tried to rid the White House of the leaks

Trump has been flattering the former star of & # 39; Apprentice & # 39; in the past, while acknowledging his harsh reputation

Trump has been flattering the former star of & # 39; Apprentice & # 39; in the past, while acknowledging his harsh reputation

Trump has been flattering the former star of & # 39; Apprentice & # 39; in the past, while acknowledging his harsh reputation

She appeared in that season but does not claim to have heard it.

"I have to hear it for myself," Trump adviser Hope Hicks said when he raised the problem, in Omarosa's words, and asked him again and again if there were progress updates. The recording of the white whale never materialized.

"They told me exactly what Donald Trump said, yes, the N-word and others in a classic Trump-goes-nuclear-and when he said them, during production it was miked, and there's definitely an audio track," he writes now. .

Rumors of a recording of Trump & # 39; n-word & # 39; They predate his entry into Presidential politics in 2015, and his case will not be helped by the infamous & # 39; Access Hollywood & # 39; of him boasting that famous men like him can take sexual liberties with no desire. woman.

Trump's personal recordings made by Omarosa's smartphone show a normal chatter, suggesting that he did not witness him saying anything at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue that was explosive or hard enough to make news.

But the revealing book will infuriate the president, who reacted angrily when it was revealed that his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen recorded some of his conversations.

Omarosa describes an attempt by her and Ivanka Trump to rid the White House of the leaks. Short-time communications director of the White House, Anthony Scaramucci, led the effort.

Along with his communication address, Scaramucci had a secondary job. Apparently he was the contract killer, "writes Manigault, according to The Daily Beast.

& # 39; Very low profile, Ivanka [Trump] He approached the original Trumpers, the loyal soldiers, and asked the team to compile a list of purported filterers. I had already said my article about [deputy chief of staff] Katie Walsh directly to Donald, and they had let her go. But Ivanka wanted a new list and, once he had it, he would give it to Scaramucci, so he could fire them all. The final list that sent me text messages on July 22 had ten names. "

She lists the employees as: Vanessa Morrone, Lindsay Walters, Janet Montesi, Raj Shah, Kelly Sadler, Lara Barger, Ory Rinat, Kate Karnes, Michael Short and Jessica Ditto.

A White House official with knowledge of the situation alleged on DailyMail.com that, since Scaramucci needed a list of names, he arbitrarily chose employees, regardless of seniority or access, who had worked on the Republican National Committee.

However, not all were former RNC students, including Ditto.

Scaramucci was fired after 11 days.

Trump has been flattering to Omarosa in the past, while acknowledging his harsh reputation.

"Honest Omarosa: he will not stab in the back, he will come against you from the front," he tweeted on March 10, 2013.

And he wrote a few days before on March 3: "I will always like @Orosa because she constantly defends me."

Finally, on March 3 he wrote: "People really fear @Omarosa. Would you be?"

In an exclusive extract obtained by DailyMail.com, Omarosa, 44, tells of the fear she felt when she saw Trump's interview in May 2017 with Lester Holt.

"As I watched the interview I realized that something real and serious was going on in Donald's brain, his mental decline could not be denied," he writes.

"Many did not notice it as intensely as I did because I knew him a lot earlier." They thought Trump was being Trump, but he knew something was not right.

"For Lester Holt's interview, I saw her on a small television in the upper press room (the lower press room was built on top of the old pool and converted into an information room) by the secretary's office. press, "he writes.

"Throughout this erratic and contradictory interview, I kept thinking," Oh, no! Oh no! This is bad!

Donald rambled. He spoke gibberish. He contradicted himself from one sentence to the next.

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