On Thursday, Omarosa Manigault-Newman dropped yet another secret recording she made during her time at the Trump White House.
In the audio tape, President Donald Trump's daughter in-law says she'll give Omarosa $15,000 per month in exchange for her staying "positive" about the president.
Clearly, Omarosa had no plans to stay positive about the president and even suggested during her MSNBC interview Thursday that she might have shared information with Special Counsel Robert Mueller. She also claimed that she has proof Donald Trump knew about the Wikileaks release of Hillary Clinton's emails before they were published.
On MSNBC Thursday, host Katy Tur wondered if Omarosa presents a real threat to the president.
"So our big question is, is this bluster?" Tur wondered. "Or is Omarosa the smoking gun?'"
"This is an explosive claim from Omarosa," Tur points out about Omarosa's suggestion that she has proof Trump knew about Wikileaks.