On a recording played by NBC, Kelly's voice Manigault Newman can tell that "serious" violations have contributed to the decision to let her go. He is then heard that the White House could "kindly dismiss" them and Manigault Newman could go to a new job "without any kind of trouble in the future relative to your reputation".
She told the network that while she was "accomplice" in the White House turmoil, Kelly's dealings with her dismissal were "decidedly criminal." She also stated that a number of former employees received payments under secrecy arrangements designed to deter them from denigrating Trump or his administration.
The former employee, who once worked in the Clinton administration, became known as the reality TV villain on the television series "The Apprentice." Since then, Manigault Newman has publicly supported the Democrats before sharing their fortunes with Donald Trump's nomination for 201
The fact that Manigault Newman recorded a conversation in a secret area could lead to significant legal issues that compound their existing credibility issues. Renato Mariotti, a former federal attorney who runs for the Attorney General of Illinois, said on Twitter that the former White House employee needed a lawyer.
Manigault Newman appeared on NBC to release her new book "Unhinged," which will be released this week. In it she paints a jamming image of the president, claiming that there are tapes of him using the N-word while filming his reality series "The Apprentice."
– The Associated Press has contributed to this report