Breaking: New Recording Supports Omarosa’s Claims of ‘N-word Tape’

Last night President Donald Trump tweeted that he never used the “N-word” and it isn’t even in his vocabulary. A new tape released by Omarosa, seems to prove that this is untrue.

CBS News reported his morning that they obtained overnight a copy of a recording in which Trump advisers specifically discuss the tape where the president uses the N-word, and how to minimize the damage the tape might do to him.

POTUS says former White House staffer @Omarosa lied when she called him a racist who has said the N-word on tape. But a new recording, obtained by @CBSNews overnight, seems to back up Omarosa’s story that several Trump advisers discussed an alleged tape during the 2016 campaign.

The new recording supports Omarosa’s story even though Trump campaign advisers denied on Monday that any such conversations ever happened.

CBS News said that the new recording appears to “confirm Omarosa’s claims that Trump campaign officials were aware of a tape in which then-candidate Trump uses a racial slur, and they talked about how to handle it.”

Former White House adviser Omarosa had previously claimed to have heard audio recordings of President Trump using the N-word many times while working on his reality TV show “The Apprentice.” She has been on an extensive promotional book tour and has made claims about the “N-word tape” many times, on television and in print interviews.

In her book, which will be released today, Omarosa claimed that not only did she hear the recording but also that several top people in Trump’s campaign organization were also aware of the existence of the tape.

For example, there is a passage in the book where she describes a phone conversation that took place in October 2016 between Lynne Patton (assistant to Eric Trump), campaign spokesperson Katrina Pierson and campaign communications director Jason Miller. Omarosa relates that the subject of the conversation was how the campaign should deal with the potential public relations fallout from release of the “N-word tape.”

“I am trying to find at least what context it was used in to help us maybe try to figure out a way to spin it,” Pierson, said, according to Omarosa.

Omarosa’s book then gives more details of the conversation where the parties give their thoughts on what to do about the tape. Speaking of Trump, Pierson said at one point he talked to him about the tape and, according to Pierson,  “He is embarrassed by it.”

Pierson is on record denying that the call ever took place.

Neither people at the White House nor from the Trump campaign have responded to the news that CBS reported concerning the existence of a new audio recording. In a tweet Monday night Patton referred generally to Omarosa’s book as a “work of fiction.”

There is no indication that any of the three alleged participants in the phone call have heard the new recording.

Omarosa, however, still stands by her story, according to CBS News. She said that she is telling the truth, but “in Trump world, everyone lies.”

“In Trump world, everyone lies. Everyone says one thing one day and they change their story the next day.” — @Omarosa