related Former White House aide, Omarosa Manigault could write tell-all book on Donald & Melania Trump marriage

Former White House aide, Omarosa Manigault could write tell-all book on Donald & Melania Trump marriage

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who rode all the way from Donald Trump's reality-TV show The Apprentice to a plum job inside his White House, resigned from her position in mid-December, amid controversies.

The White House announced on December 13 that Omarosa, who is known by her first name only, had resigned “to pursue other opportunities” - and the former White House aide could reveal details that are devastating to President Trump and first lady Melania Trump’s marriage in a tell-all book about her time in the White House, according to a new report.

A source close to Manigault told In Touch, Omarosa intends to betray her former boss and his wife by spilling dark secrets about their marriage. “This could be Donald and Melania’s worst nightmare,” says one Washington, D.C., insider

In a recent interview with “Good Morning America” after her departure from the White House as former communications director at the White House Office of Public Liaison, Manigault said there were “a lot of things” she observed that made her “uncomfortable.”

“When I have the chance to tell my story, it’s quite a story to tell,” she said at the time.

A source told In Touch that Manigault knows how much time the Trumps spend together and “whether or not they even sleep in the same bedroom.”

“How much does Melania have to put up with? Does she really agree with her husband’s stance on things? Does she believe any of the sexual harassment allegations lodged against him or are they all lies? Does she plan to divorce him once they’re out of the White House? All these questions could be answered,” the source said.

The Trump marriage faced ridicule from critics after the first lady and their young son, Barron, stayed in New York City for months following the president’s inauguration. The two moved to the White House once Barron completed his school year.

The report said Manigault could bring in as much as $10 million for the book.

Mystery has surrounded Omarosa’s departure, which was reportedly a dramatic affair befitting one of TV Guide's 60 nastiest TV villains of all time.

The White House characterized it as a resignation, but Omarosa was pushed out of her job by White House chief of staff John Kelly and escorted off the premises, American Urban Radio Networks reported.

“Omarosa is alleged to have acted very vulgar and cursed a lot and said she helped elect President Trump," reporter April Ryan wrote.

CBS News later reported that after Omarosa was let go, she attempted to enter the White House residence and set off the alarms.

Kelly was reportedly fed up with behavior by Omarosa, that he deemed inappropriate for the White House. He did not like her Oval Office “walk-in” privileges and complained that she brought her 39-person bridal party to the White House in early April for a photo shoot and tour.

In an exit interview with ABC News, Omarosa denied that she was fired or left in a huff but also indicated she had a lot more to say about her time in the White House. 

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