Omarosa Manigault-Newman, the firebrand communications director of the White House Office of Public Liaison who was abruptly fired in December, has released her tell-all book, “Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the White House.”
In the book, she recounts her alleged experiences inside the Trump administration and campaign, making startling claims that include an accusation she heard a recording of Trump saying a racial slur.
But the Trump administration is fighting back, with the president leading the charge by downplaying her credibility and calling her names on Twitter.
The relationship between the two former reality TV stars — Trump was the host of NBC’s “The Apprentice” while Omarosa was a contestant — was not always strained. Even in a phone call between Trump and Omrosa shortly after her ouster from the White House, the two appeared to share a compassionate moment with Trump offering his condolences.
“Damn it, I don’t love you leaving at all,” Trump appeared to say on a secretly recorded phone call from Omarosa.
Here’s a timeline of Omarosa’s journey from a star on “The Apprentice,” to her eviction from the White House:
Omarosa Manigault-Newman was involved in politics long before Donald Trump’s presidency.
Omarosa held various roles in government during the Clinton administration. She answered invitations for Vice President Al Gore and eventually landed a job with the Department of Commerce.
Her former colleagues described her tenure as rocky, including Cheryl Shavers, the former Under Secretary for Technology at the Commerce Department, who said that “she was asked to leave as quickly as possible, she was so disruptive,” according to People.
“One woman wanted to slug her,” Shavers said.
Omarosa made her primetime debut on NBC’s “The Apprentice” in 2004.
She was eliminated from the show by Trump in Week 9 of the first season.
Omarosa continued to make appearances in various “Apprentice” spinoffs. She also starred in her own show “The Ultimate Merger,” in which 12 men, selected by Donald Trump, competed against each other for her favor.
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