Republican pollster Frank Luntz is denying Omarosa Manigault Newman's claim that she heard President Donald Trump use the "N-word", saying she didn't contact him to verify what she wrote about him in her new book.
After the 2016 presidential election, in an interview with the Independent Journal Review, Omarosa Manigault-Newman said that the Trump had a long memory and that his team was keeping a list of their enemies.
And Sanders is correct - both Manigault Newman and Trump once had a close relationship after she became a star contestant and popular villain on his hit reality TV show, "The Apprentice".
In excerpts from the book entitled Unhinged, which were first reported by the Guardian, Manigault Newman claimed the president had used the "N-word" repeatedly, and also used racial slurs to refer to George Conway, the half-Filipino husband of the top White House aide Kellyanne Conway.
The Associated Press purchased a copy of the book ahead of its release.
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A reporter asks Trump if he feels betrayed by Omarosa, to which he responds: "Lowlife".
According to her, Trump suggested he was sworn in over the book instead of the Bible. While she doesn't provide direct evidence, she cites three unnamed sources who attest to the existence of the tape.
But CNN reports that The White House has called Omarosa a "disgruntled former employee" who is trying to make a buck off of fake stories.
After turning down the job, she said she received a "flurry" of letters from attorneys representing the president telling her to "stay silent about Trump, or else".
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders criticized Unhinged as "riddled with lies and false accusations".