In her book she claimed she never actually heard Trump using racial slurs, however, now after hearing the tape, her views have changed. "I told him to try working it out, if possible, because she only said GREAT things about me - until she got fired!" he wrote.
"Goddammit, I don't love you leaving at all".
"For a man who lies as much as Trump, you'd think he'd be better at it", the host said.
"Absolutely. Particularly with African-Americans, he thinks we're all stupid", Newman said.
".@MarkBurnettTV called to say that there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice where I used such a awful and disgusting word as attributed by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa", Trump tweeted, tagging the former executive producer of the show.
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders responded to the claims on August 10.
'I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have. "Yes, she's a liar and a backstabber with no credibility", he said.
LTo the many dozens of #journalists who called me, questioning @OMAROSA claim in her new book that @POTUS @realDonaldTrump took a note from me, put it in his mouth and ate it.I saw NO such thing and am shocked anyone would take this seriously.
According to The Chicago Sun-Times, she said the president at times has shown interest in helping to fix the problem, but ends up contradicting himself and criticizing the way violence is being handled in Chicago.
Manigault-Newman also writes in the book that she believed her firing was related to her knowledge of a tape made in the early 2000s, in which Trump supposedly uses "the N-word".
She replies: "General Kelly came to me and said that you guys wanted me to leave".
When Matthews asked her if the source who recorded this video was a Democrat, she said she didn't have information regarding the person's political affiliation.
Ms Manigault-Newman writes in her tell-all book: "Taken as a whole, all of her style rebellions have served the same goal".
She added that the president "has done nothing" to help combat the battles.
She accepted that initially she had dismissed the claims. But the tapes' mere existence confirmed a longstanding reality: in Trump's White House, there are few norms or expectations of decorum that can not be shattered.
When asked if he felt betrayed by Omarosa by a New York Times reporter on Saturday, Trump called his former aide a "lowlife".
Manigault Newman clearly wasn't the only one who felt she needed to protect herself with audio recordings.
And Trump's campaign said that in the 2016 race she "signed the exact same NDA that everyone else on the campaign signed, which is still enforceable".
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.
"The allegation is not credible, and indeed is ridiculous, particularly in light of the timing of her departure from the White House-December 12, 2017", he said in an August 10 tweet.