Spicer says Omarosa’s claim he was paid to laud Trump is bogus
August 13, 2018 | News | No Comments|
WASHINGTON – Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer pushed back on Omarosa Manigault Newman’s allegation that he was paid to say nice things about President Trump in his new book.
“There’s no evidence of anything of the sort,” Spicer told The Post. “What’s equally disappointing to me is not only did Chuck Todd give Omarosa a platform, but he failed to challenge her in the most basic ways.”
Manigault Newman sat down with Todd for an exclusive interview on “Meet the Press” as part of the roll-out of her new book “Unhinged,” which documents her time in the Trump White House.