With Omarosa Manigault Newman in the news again thanks to the release of her tell-all book and weird behavior, late night host Jimmy Kimmel is reminiscing about the time she fled the building before a scheduled appearance on his show. And, "since Trump had little chance of winning, it would be "no harm, no foul" for me to have worked with the campaign for however long it lasted", she wrote.
"She wore that jacket to hurt Trump, setting off a controversy that he would have to fix, prolonging the conversation about the administration's insensitivity, ruining the trip itself, and trying to make sure that no one asked her to do something like that again".
President Donald Trump's political operation has made a regular practice of providing soft landing-pads for discarded staffers, offering nebulous jobs at big salaries to aides who have been pushed out of his West Wing.
"It's the greatest business book of all time", Trump said, according to Manigault-Newman.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders declined on Wednesday to say how many African-Americans work at the White House, but said the White House is "going to continue to try to diversify this staff".
"Because of his small ability to communicate, he would give them these derogatory nicknames and it just wasn't appropriate", Manigault-Newman said.
Omarosa got fired in December by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who informed her in the Situation Room, which she secretly recorded.
"The president of the United States is calling a woman of colour "a dog".
Magazine website InStyle has reported that in a new book the former-reality TV star Omarosa Manigault has claimed: "Melania is counting every minute until [Trump] is out of office and she can divorce him".
Carlo Allegri/ReutersOmarosa Manigault claims President Donald Trump considered getting sworn in on his book, "The Art of the Deal", instead of the Bible.
"House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., responded to Trump's tweet with one of her own directed toward the president, which said: "#BeBest". White House Counsel Don McGahn ultimately drafted a short agreement to be signed by senior administration officials to mollify Trump, but it was not universally mandated, and aides were told it was likely unenforceable for government employees.
On the other hand, Ms Sanders' refusal to rule out the existence of the tape is a stunning concession, and Trump has consistently proven honesty is not his strong suit, so we would be foolish to take his denial at face value.
During an appearance Tuesday morning on Fox News, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway did not directly answer a question about whether Trump's use of the term "dog" was appropriate. I don't know if that is enforceable whatsoever.