(National Sentinel) ‘Unhinged’: An interview on Friday exposed flaws in previous claims by fired White House aide Omarosa Manigault that she “heard” POTUS Donald Trump use the ‘N-word,’ in yet another sick attempt to paint him as an overt racist.
In the interview, Manigault contradicted the claim in her new “tell-all” book about life inside the Trump White House, The Daily Caller reported.
Manigault Newman insisted in an NPR interview that she heard Trump utter the pejorative in an audio file recorded on the set of “The Apprentice.”
“Hearing it changed everything for me,” she told NPR host Rachel Martin.
“I heard the President of the United States use, not only the ‘n-word,’ but as Bill Pruitt described during that interview, other horrible things during the production of ‘The Apprentice,’” she claimed.
Pruitt is a former “Apprentice” producer said ahead of the 2016 election there are tapes of Trump making racist comments — though, of course, none of them have emerged yet.
And they would have by now, given all the #TrumpHate on the Left.
However, in her book “Unhinged” she claims she never actually heard the president say the ‘n-word.’
Rather, she writes that she was only told about the alleged existence of a tape where POTUS was saying racist things.
In the book — due out on Tuesday — she writes, according to The Daily Caller:
On this phone conversation, I was told exactly what Donald Trump said — yes, the N-word and others in a classic Trump-goes-nuclear rant — and when he’d said them.
During production he was miked, and there is definitely an audio track.
For over a year I’d been so afraid of hearing the specifics from someone who’d been in the room. Hearing the truth freed me from that fear. And only now that it’s gone, do I realize just how heavy it’s been.
The DC noted further:
Martin pressed Manigault Newman on the discrepancy.
“Did you actually hear the tape?” she asked.
“I did,” Manigault Newman responded, adding: “Girl, did you read my book?”
Martin said that she had read the book and insisted that Manigault Newman’s account didn’t add up.
But this isn’t the only “discrepancy.” The DC reported further that “GOP pollster Frank Luntz and George Conway, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, disputed bombshell allegations made by Manigault Newman” on Friday.
Luntz said her allegation that POTUS Trump used the N-word is “flat-out false” but Manigault Newman responded on Saturday claiming “that former Trump campaign aide Katrina Pierson relayed to her that Luntz mentioned that he ‘had info about the n-word tape’ during a conference call,” The DC noted.
Conway, who has frequently criticized the president, also said her claim that Trump called him a “f***ing Flip,” was “absurd all around.”
Yet another ‘tell-all’ Trump book that can’t seem to get its facts straight.