In a series of interviews, Manigault Newman has also revealed two audio recordings from her time at the White House, including portions of a recording of her firing by Kelly, which she says occurred in the high-security Situation Room, and a phone call with Trump after she was sacked. Manigault Newman, he noted, has a new book going on sale.
Omarosa Manigault Newman said she made the recording when Mr Trump called her the day after she was taken into the high-security Situation Room and fired by White House chief of staff John Kelly a year ago.
Manigault-Newman did not identify the source who allegedly played the tape for her, but at least three longtime Trump aides told The Huffington Post that she told them it was Troy McClain, a former "Apprentice" contestant. At one point, Sanders was asked about Manigault-Newman's revival of the old rumor that Trump was caught on tape using racial slurs when filming The Apprentice.
In her book, Manigault Newman accuses Trump of making derogatory statements about African-Americans, Filipinos and other minorities, as well as exhibiting "forgetfulness and frustration".
In her book, Manigault Newman writes that the Trump campaign offered her a US$15,000-a-month job upon leaving the White House in exchange for signing a broadly worded NDA that would have barred her from disclosing details of her tenure in the administration.
What's in the Omarosa tapes?
Omarosa has unleashed explosive allegations about the president surrounding the publication of her tell-all memoir "Unhinged".
Ms Pierson, who served as a spokeswoman for his 2016 campaign, said she has never heard Mr Trump use this type of language, telling Fox News that the only person she heard talking about a tape was Ms Manigault Newman.More news: Fortnite Android beta comes to non-Samsung phones, but invite still needed
Trump campaign advisers Katrina Pierson and Lynne Patton - who are purportedly on the new tape discussing the claim - have said in statements to U.S. media that the conversation never took place.
Arbitration is used as a way of trying to resolve rows without a court confrontation.
Like taped conversations and Omarosa herself, nondisclosure agreements were a vestige of Trump's former life that he brought to the West Wing and his campaign.
"Do you have more tapes?" I would rarely see her but heard really bad things.
Mueller's team contacted the Trump legal team anytime they had a request to speak with an administration member.
A recording Manigault-Newman secretly made of her firing shows the chief of staff citing 'some pretty, in my opinion, significant integrity issues'. She throws out, for instance, that she "heard" Trump was having a sexual relationship with evangelical leader Paula White.
"You know they run a big operation, but I didn't know it", he says, adding: "I didn't know that". She was the highest-ranking African-American on the White House staff.