The book also says Trump said things like "What do you think she's like in bed?", "Do you think she's sexy?", and "Who you think would be better in bed between the two of them?" about female contestants on the show, though this is not a surprise since those kinds of objectifying, sexist remarks often aired as part of episodes on NBC.
However, she claims she never heard him use the word herself.
She claims she also personally witnessed Trump using racial epithets when referencing his aide Kellyanne Conway's husband George, who is half-Filipino.
The controversy created by Manigault Newman's tell-all, which comes out next week, will not be the first time the White House has been forced to contend with sensational claims in a book. Trump has continuously insisted that he is not a "racist", but if audio recordings do eventually come about showing that he did use the n-word to criticize African Americans, it would be hard for him to deny that label any longer. After Omarosa's reportedly dramatic firing in December, Politico reported that chief of staff John Kelly let her go because she was allegedly abusing White House auto service privileges, among other infractions.
Omarosa Manigault-Newman with Donald Trump. Based on previews of the book, it sounds like she mainly enforces things the public already knew about Trump, like his racism.
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He also said Manafort had asked him to disguise income as loans. "There are not tears in my eyes, judge", Andres responded. He was so desperate, prosecutors say, that he allegedly falsified loan application documents to keep himself afloat.
Manigault claims in her upcoming book that the president used the offensive "n-word", and even implies that her attempt to find a tape of his using the word led to her being fired from the White House. "F**ing FLIP! Disloyal! Fucking Goo-goo".
Manigault Newman also alleges that allies of the president tried to buy her silence.
Manigault-Newman writes about her abrupt departure from the White House and spills tea about her close insider relationship with Trump.
Incredibly, this person - who shall remain nameless - picked up the phone.
"Everything was fine until I got in the way of what her boss wanted, which was to attack the press", Ryan writes in the book, which is out next month from Rowman & Littlefield.
"I saw him put a note in his mouth".