Donald Trump Once Considered Pitting Black Against White On 'The Apprentice'

Donald Trump Once Considered Pitting Black Against White On 'The Apprentice'

She further alleges this is why Trump Jr. went on to have an affair with singer Aubrey O'Day, and says O'Day showed her explicit texts from Don Jr. On the front lines is Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who has the unenviable job of trying to make an irrational, racist White House look rational and inclusive.

"That's why I reached out to offer her a position with the 2020 Trump Campaign before we knew anything about the gross violations of ethics and integrity during her White House tenure", Lara Trump continued. "I'm not going to be bullied by Donald Trump", the former Trump aide told The Associated Press this week as she seemed to dismiss a threat from Trump's campaign.

These surreptitious phone recordings come on the heels of a bombshell book, Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House, released this past week.

Manigault Newman's recordings of conversations with President Donald Trump and others connected to him have reportedly "rattled" the White House.

The two woman have been feuding this week after the former reality star released a secret recording of the two discussing a rumored tape of President Trump using the N-word during his time on NBC's "The Apprentice".

Besides, the most offensive and destructive actions against black people have been carried out without public utterance of the n-word.

Was the first lady keeping a low profile because of Manigault Newman's claims that she is using her fashion choices to "punish" her husband?

She said it was a sign of the "corruption" in the Trump White House, in his family and in his campaign. He hired her to be a White House assistant, earning $179,700 a year as director of communications for the White House office of public liaison. Omarosa conned the entire Republican Party into believing that she was loyal to the party and would do everything possible to support President Trump's Black America agenda, however, did the opposite.

Before joining the administration, Manigault Newman handled African-American outreach for Trump's presidential campaign. She worked in the White House as "assistant to the president", though NPR's Brian Naylor noted when she left late previous year, "what her job actually entailed was less than clear". Perhaps the best thing that could have been said about her up until now is that most people probably didn't know who she was.