Trump aides fear that Omarosa has as many as 200 recordings that they will appear on

Alex Wong/Getty ImagesOmarosa Manigault.
  • Omarosa Manigault Newman might have as many as 200 other recordings of people from her time in the White House, according to The New York Times.
  • Manigault Newman’s recordings of conversations with President Donald Trump and others connected to him have reportedly “rattled” the White House.
  • Aides now worry whether they will appear on any of her other tapes.
  • The apparent worries of White House aides over more recordings being released come amid the publishing this week of Manigault Newman’s tell-all memoir, “Unhinged,” detailing her time working for Trump in the West Wing.

Aides to President Donald Trump fear that they will appear on other recordings that could be released by former White House senior adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman, according to The New York Times.

Manigault Newman’s recordings of conversations with Trump and others connected to him – of which there may be as many as 200 – have “rattled” the White House, according to the report. The tapes have reportedly impacted the West Wing in a way that few things other than special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation have.

The apparent worries of White House aides over more recordings being released come amid the publishing this week of Manigault Newman’s tell-all memoir, “Unhinged,” detailing her time working for Trump in the West Wing.

Last week, it was reported that Manigault Newman secretly recorded Trump during her time in the White House.

In her new book, which was released on Tuesday, Manigault Newman wrote that tapes exist of Trump using the N-word on the set of his show “The Apprentice.” She then said in an interview last Friday that she heard a tape recording on which Trump allegedly used the N-word.

This past Sunday, Manigault Newman released a tape of White House chief of staff John Kelly firing her in the Situation Room.

Since releasing the tape of her firing, Manigault Newman has teased the possibility of making more recordings public.

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