Trump closes & # 039; lowlife & # 039; Former advisor on accusations of N-word

US President Donald J. Trump (R) speaks beside then Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison Omarosa Manigault-Newman (L)

The president of EE. UU., Donald Trump, has a word to describe the former member of the White House and also the reality television star Omarosa Manigault Newman: "Lowlife."

Manigault Newman states in an upcoming book, Unhinged, that Trump used racial slurs on the set of his reality show The Apprentice. She also says that she later came to the conclusion that he is racist and a fanatic.

On Saturday, journalists asked Trump during an event at his golf club in New Jersey if he felt betrayed by Manigault Newman. He replied: "Lowlife, she is a lowlife."

Manigault Newman was a contestant on Trump's reality show The Apprentice and later served as the president's chief adviser. In the book, she paints Trump as scattered, self-absorbed, misogynistic and insecure.

The book is ready for release on Tuesday. The White House already criticized it as "plagued with lies and false accusations."

File: Omarosa Manigault listens during the daily press conference at the White House.

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The Associated Press bought a copy of the book before its release. In the book, Manigault Newman claims without evidence that there are Trump tapes using the word N repeatedly on the reality show set.

She acknowledges that she had never been able to obtain or listen to the tapes, but said that three anonymous sources had described their contents.

She alleges that Trump has exhibited signs of "mental deterioration that can not be denied" and says that he even printed a study that links Diet Coke's consumption to dementia and stroke, and placed it in his report. She also described him as a man who "loved conflict, chaos and confusion, loved to see people arguing or fighting."

Manigault Newman also alleges that Trump's allies tried to buy her silence after she left the White House, offering him $ 15,000 ($ A20,540) a month to serve in a "top position" in his re-election campaign. 2020 together with a strict non-disclosure agreement. She says that when she rejected the offer, she received letters from Trump's lawyers telling her to keep quiet.