She never made it, never will.
Tonight, on the MSNBC program, Hardball, Omarosa revealed to the general public what she had told me last December: That former Apprentice producer, Bill Pruitt, was the original source of the "N-word" tape.
Instead of a contract offer adding up to $180,000 annually, a few dollars above what she earned at the White House, she shopped for a book deal.
"Absolutely. Particularly with African-Americans, he thinks we're all stupid", Newman said.
"Goddammit, I don't love you leaving at all". That's possible, considering her reputation as a reality show villain on "The Apprentice".
McEntee declined to comment, but sources familiar with his role say he was working on voter engagement, surrogate messaging and campaign event planning but recently told campaign officials he intends to leave his job at the end of this month. And she went so far as to try to go after me.
She continued with: "The messages behind her style choices aren't always clear, but they are never accidental. The fact that she tape recorded various conversations, that's going to add more drama to the story if things come out about Trump making inappropriate statements", said Prof O'Connor.
Trump officials and a number of outside critics denounced the recordings as a serious breach of ethics and security - and White House aides anxious about what else Manigault Newman may have captured in the West Wing. "Not only is this flat-out false (I've never heard such a thing), but Omarosa didn't even make an effort to call or email me to verify".
In several interviews, she has accused Trump of being a racist and a misogynist and said that he was mentally unfit. She later said she heard the tape herself.
Manigault Newman also accused Trump of using racial slurs against George Conway, who is half Filipino. Neither the White House nor campaign immediately replied to TPM's requests for comment.
One administration official said Monday that there isn't a belief in the White House that Manigault Newman poses a larger national security risk after taping her conversation with Kelly in the Situation Room since she wasn't part of any classified or secret discussions of a national security nature during her time in the West Wing.
Manigault Newman eyes flashed at this point and she became condescending. The problem? Many senior advisors were not aware of the photoshoot, and they ultimately banned her from sharing any of the images. In "Unhinged", Manigault Newman writes that the Trump 2020 campaign offered her a $15,000-per-month contract after she was sacked last December, with a stringent non-disclosure agreement attached.
"The very idea a staff member would sneak a recording device into the White House Situation Room shows a blatant disregard for our national security", said White House press secretary Sarah Sanders. Kelly said there were some "integrity issues" related to Manigault Newman.
And Trump's campaign said that in the 2016 race she "signed the exact same NDA that everyone else on the campaign signed, which is still enforceable".