The White House is hitting back at former aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman, claiming her forthcoming anti-Trump book is full of "lies" while dismissing her as "disgruntled".
Although some reports at the time of her departure late a year ago claimed she tried to storm Trump's residence and protest her firing at the hands of Kelly, Manigault Newman disputes the public account of her dismissal in her book, according to The Post.
Manigault-Newman, who got famous as the villain of Trump's "The Apprentice" reality show, is coming out with a book next week about her time as an adviser in the White House.
"It had finally sunk in that the person I'd thought I'd known so well for so long was actually a racist", she said in the memoir.
"They all told me that President Trump hadn't just dropped a single N-word bomb", Omarosa writes.
Conway however, denied Omarosa's claims, tweeting that 'The allegation isn't credible, and is ridiculous, particularly in light of the timing of [Omarosa's] departure from the White House-December 12, 2017.
Omarosa doesn't claim to have heard Trump use this racial slur herself, but knows of multiple people who have.
The proposed nondisclosure agreement allegedly said Manigault Newman could not make any comments about President Trump or his family; Vice President Pence or his family; or any comments that could damage the president.
Manigault-Newman's book "Unhinged" hits shelves next week. "F-king FLIP! Disloyal! F-king Goo-goo".
Manigault-Newman quotes Trump as saying: "Would you look at this George Conway article?"
Newman claims she was sacked after coming close to get her hands on the tape said to contain the racist slurs, which Apprentice producers have refused to release for contractual reasons.
Manigault Newman also writes in her book that Trump campaign adviser and daughter-in-law Lara Trump offered her a $15,000-a-month hush-money contract after she was sacked by the White House, the Washington Post reported. It said she would do "diversity outreach", among other things, for the campaign, according to her account. Manigault Newman says she turned down the offer.
"I saw him put a note in his mouth. It must have been something very, very sensitive", she writes in her book.