Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman declared Tuesday that she "will not be silenced" by President Donald Trump, remaining defiant as her public feud with her former boss appeared set to shift from the court of public opinion to a possible battle in a court of law.
"I don't believe that I have violated the agreement", she told anchor Katy Tur on MSNBC, adding that she will leave it to the lawyers "to sort out".
According to the Examiner, the arbitration move could "wipe [Omarosa] out financially".
Tapper then shared Trump's other tweets about Newman to suggest he only retained her because she "said great things" about him.
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Omarosa has been a TV news fixture in recent days as she promotes her book, which is published by an imprint of Simon & Schuster, a division of the CBS Corporation.
She also confirmed to Tur that she had been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller, who's investigating Russian interference in the election and any collusion on the part of the Trump campaign, and would be willing to meet with them "again".
This comes after Omarosa released an alleged recording of campaign aides discussing an alleged tape of then-presidential candidate Donald Trump using the N-word.
Manigault Newman also talked about how the president convinced her to drop a lawsuit against David Pecker, the CEO of American Media, Inc. and a personal friend of Trump's.
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"Nobody even told me about it", Mr. Trump is heard saying, after chief of staff John Kelly terminated her employment.
"I am going to expose the corruption that went on in the campaign and in the White House".
"I didn't know that".
"He wants to pit his base against successful African-Americans", she said. She noted, as examples, Trump's recent criticism of National Basketball Association player LeBron James and California Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters. "He doesn't know how to control himself". "I think it's really sad what she's doing at this point".
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