"If Omarosa carried for example a cellphone into the Situation Room, then not only did she record conversations there, but so potentially has any country or criminal organization that thought to hack her phone", Frum continued. Below deputy assistant is "special assistant to the president", which is where you'll find Smith and about 80 other people on the payroll, such as the president's social secretary, the associate director of the personnel office, and the executive assistant to the chief of staff.
A reporter asks Trump if he feels betrayed by Omarosa, to which he responds: "Lowlife".
On NBC, Tapper reminded Manigault Newman that in December 2016 she had written: "I am living the American Dream because of Donald Trump.it's very hard to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn't like black people and black women".
"I was complicit with this White House deceiving this nation - they continue to deceive this nation", she said.
Trump's daughter Ivanka, a White House aide, was more explicit in her condemnation of the "ugly display of hatred, racism, bigotry & violence" a year ago at Charlottesville.
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Several events are scheduled in Charlottesville to observe what happened a year ago and promote racial healing. On Sunday afternoon, she plans to bring flowers to the spot where her daughter was killed.
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Coalition is producing a "Still Here, Still Strong" rally to counter " Unite the Right 2 " starting at noon Sunday. And two Virginia state troopers died when their surveillance helicopter crashed near the protests.
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The party confirmed it had received complaints but declined to give details Thursday, saying that the process is confidential. By a narrow margin of 48 per cent to 45 per cent they thought he did not need to say sorry for his comments.
"They were not offering me a real job".
This official says the White House doesn't know everything the former staffer has claimed because it appears they have not seen a copy of the book.
"I heard his voice as clear as you and I are sitting here", Manigault Newman said. When talking about the reason she was releasing a book and the secret recordings, which she claims will give people a behind the scenes peek into all the lies told in the White House, she explained that it's for her own protection. "I was told yes, it did", Garrett told CNN.
"The riots in Charlottesville a year ago resulted in senseless death and division", Trump said Saturday on Twitter, without noting that most of the violence, including a vehicle ramming that killed counterprotester Heather Heyer and injured at least 20 others, was committed by neo-Nazi marchers.
Manigault-Newman, 44, gained renown as a villain on Trump's reality show "The Apprentice" and two of its spin-offs.
"You have a reasonable expectation of confidentiality and privacy in your conversations at your place of work", Conway said.
"Who in their right mind thinks it's appropriate to secretly record the White House chief of staff in the Situation Room?" tweeted Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee.
Conway went on to hit Manigault Newman for the recordings she allegedly made during her time in the White House. "If she broke federal law, she should be prosecuted", McDaniel tweeted.