Donald Trump Once Considered Pitting Black Against White On 'The Apprentice'

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"Trust me, I'd love to [talk]", Patton said.

The existence of tapes of President Trump saying the "N-word".

A source "with direct knowledge of the records" told the AP that Newman also has a "stash of video, emails, text messages and other documentation" that support the many eye-opening claims she makes in the book.

Last night on The Late Show, host Stephen Colbert brought up Donald Trump's waged war on the press. Lara Trump: "-keep everything, everybody positive, right?"

On Thursday, Manigault Newman released another audio recording that she said proves U.S. President Donald Trump is trying to buy her silence.

In another recording, Trump's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, is heard offering Manigault Newman $15,000 a month - after she was sacked from the White House - for a campaign job requiring her to be "positive".

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The two woman have been feuding this week after the former reality star released a secret recording of the two discussing a rumored tape of President Trump using the N-word during his time on NBC's "The Apprentice".

Now, she is threatening to release even more damning recordings and documentation if Trump goes after her again. He did tweet about the N-word rumors and assured everyone that a tape of him saying the racial slur does not exist. The fact that Omarosa taped any conversations clearly caught top White House aides by surprise. "When you give a crazed, crying lowlife a break, and give her a job at the White House, I guess it just didn't work out", Trump said.

That may change. The North Carolina native, an equestrian and triathlon athlete, who has said she and her family sometime "pine for the old days", has had to tap deeper into her competitive side with the emergence of the Manigault Newman affair.

"After being asked if the series would be made up of "very dark blacks or light-skinned blacks", Trump informed Stern that "[an] assortment" of people would be cast with varying skintones, adding that the white contestants would be made up of "probably nine" blondes. "She made it up".

"I wanted to undergird the book, everything in quotes in there is verified and documented", she said.

Trump ratcheted up his rhetoric against Manigault Newman on Tuesday.

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