Omarosa Believed to have Secretly Recorded White House Conversations

Omarosa Manigault Newman suddenly resigned from Trump’s White House administration, an her last day is Saturday. She was known to “love” recording meetings and now it is believed that she may have secretly recorded private conversations within the White House.

That would certainly explain her abrupt resignation and sudden complaining to the press about Tump and his apparent lack of diversity.

Sources spoke with Daily News about the soon to be former director of communications. One said, “Everyone knows Omarosa loves to record people and meetings using the voice notes app on her iPhone. Don’t be surprised if she has secret audio files on everyone in that White House, past and present staffers included.”

Omarosa also appears to be lawyering up, which would also suggest she is worried that she will also become part of the Russian collusion investigation being carried out by special counsel Robert Mueller.

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She has already met with top attorneys Lisa Bloom and Monique Pressley.

The Hill reports: 

The White House’s recent ban on staffers having their personal cellphones was tied to Manigault-Newman’s habit of recording her conversations, the source told the Daily News.

A White House insider said that it was unlikely Manigault Newman had any inside information that could be relevant to Mueller’s probe, according to the Daily News.

Manigault Newman was reportedly escorted out of the White House in December after being told she was fired by White House chief of staff John Kelly. The White House said that Manigault Newman had resigned and would leave on Jan. 20.

Manigault Newman rose to national stardom as a reality TV star and contestant on season 1 of “The Apprentice,” the NBC reality show formerly hosted by Trump. Because of her celebrity status, she is often referred to only by her first name, Omarosa.

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