In an interview with ABC's "Nightline" on Thursday night, following her White House exit earlier in the week, the ex-communications director in the White House's Office of Public Liaison told host Deborah Roberts that some of the things Trump does may be racially charged but that it doesn't make him a racist. I'm sure she'll be selling that story.
Newman also teased that she has a story to tell in the future.
Newman, acting as communications director in the Office of Liaisons until her final day on January 20, 2018, said it "was very lonely" working alongside Trump's other senior advisers - the majority of them - who "had never worked with minorities, didn't know how to interact with them".
Campos-Duffy said she does not like Manigault Newman's new plan to write a book on her experience in the White House.
"When I have a chance to tell my story, Michael, I have quite a story to tell", she explained.
On Wednesday, it was reported that Manigault Newman was sacked from her White House position. "I have seen things that made me uncomfortable, upset me ... and affected my community and my people".
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In past months, the president has also engaged and attacked visible Black people, from ESPN anchor Jemele Hill to Congresswoman Frederica Wilson.
Reports, however, suggest otherwise, with many claiming Manigault was sacked by Chief of Staff John Kelly, who had long bristled at her high-drama antics.
As Manigault has herself said, she is the only senior, African-American working in Trump's White House. "More than anything we've seen before", says Cordova.
When asked if there are other black senior officials in the White House, Sanders could not provide a number.
Of Roberts" dig he added, "Meanwhile, Trump was like, "I thought her name was Omarosa". "She said her goal all along was to reach one year of working in the White House, which is amusing, 'cause that's actually Trump's goal too".
"There were a lot of things that I observed during the a year ago that I was very unhappy with, that I was very uncomfortable with", she said.
"We have a really diverse team across the board at the White House", she said.