Omarosa’s Publisher Responds To Trump’s Legal Threats

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The comedian, who was promoting his new Viceland show, "The Hunt for the Trump Tapes", backed up claims recently made by Omarosa Manigault-Newman that there is a tape of the U.S. President using the N-word.

"But the stakes are now high, and I am an unreliable narrator, so I can emotionally tell you things that happened racially, sexually...when I was in the room with Donald Trump, and I guarantee you that I will get details wrong", he said. According to her duties at the post are simple: to say positive things about trump during his campaign for re-election.

President Donald Trump "lost his one black friend" this week, said Bill Maher tonight - and he wasn't talking about Aretha Franklin (though the Queen of Soul would get the HBO host's respect soon enough).

Now, Omarosa's publisher has responded the legal threats in a statement obtained by CNN.

Trump himself has also blasted the suggestion from Manigault Newman, calling her a "dog", which prompted a backlash from numerous quarters.

Many condemned the president and his repeated attempts to compare minorities with animals, but there was little defense of Manigault Newman - unlike when Trump attacked National Basketball Association superstar LeBron James in recent weeks. I've known Melania since she was engaged to Donald, not just married [to] him, engaged.

"I want to see this nation united as opposed to divided", she said. Last December, she was let go from the role by Chief of Staff John Kelly.

Others remind us that this is not new behavior for Trump. Omarosa has denied she signed any such agreement.

"Every act he takes against me jeopardizes him and his presidency", she said. Hearing the truth freed me from that fear.

However, the appearance of Lara Trump may come as a surprise to even those who have been watching closely.

In Unhinged, Omarosa claims that Trump holds Melania's immigration status against her.

She also claimed Thursday that she has held back some of the juiciest information from what may be an arsenal of surreptitiously recorded conversations, and is feeding them to Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

"After being asked if the series would be made up of "very dark blacks or light-skinned blacks", Trump informed Stern that "[an] assortment" of people would be cast with varying skintones, adding that the white contestants would be made up of "probably nine" blondes.

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