And Lara Trump continues, "Everything, positive, right?"
Omarosa responded to the video compilation on MSNBC with defiance.
In response, Trump told her that it would be a ratings magnet and probably make The Apprentice the most viewed show on TV.
Due to her history, many commentators have pointed out that it's hard to verify Omarosa's claims as truth. "We still wanted her on our team because we cared so much about her personally".More news: US tariff hike on Turkey fails to make economic sense
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"I want to see this nation united as opposed to divided", she said. In a press release he said: "Omarosa has proven herself time and time again not to be trustworthy from the day she was sacked from the Clinton administration, to when she was sacked from (NBC's "The Apprentice") and ... her firing from the Trump administration".
Others remind us that this is not new behavior for Trump. Private contracts like the nondisclosure agreement can't be used to censor former or current government officials from speaking about nonclassified information learned in the course of their employment, McNamara wrote. In fact, she joins Christie Brinkley, Selma Hayek and Brooke Shields in the long line of stars the real estate mogul and "Apprentice" host hit on before becoming president. The president said Omarosa begged him for a job "with tears in her eyes". Hearing the truth freed me from that fear. Black ministers who met with Trump are being criticized by their colleagues and some by their congregations.
Omarosa also reiterated the claim she made Tuesday that Trump knew about the hacked Democratic emails obtained by WikiLeaks before they were released during the height of the 2016 election campaign. It has involved her releasing secret tapes of confidential conversations with the men who run the United States, recorded in the heart of the West Wing.
As the highest-profile African-American on the White House staff, she pushed back on accusations that Trump was racist.
Reid was sacked in May 2017, but the reasons have never been explained by the White House.