Omarosa's latest White House recording sounds alarm bells across Twitter

Omarosa Manigault shared one of her much-talked-about White House recordings with Meet the Press viewers on Sunday.

When Manigault was fired from her White House post in Dec. 2017, she recorded her sitdown with Gen. John Kelly, Donald Trump's chief of staff, who broke the news. The meeting happened in the White House Situation Room, located in the West Wing's basement.

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Manigault claims to have made multiple recordings during her time in the White House — transcripts of which appear in her upcoming book, Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House. This Kelly recording is the first one she's actually shared publicly.

Hear it here:

In her Meet the Press interview with host Chuck Todd, Manigault took issue with a comment Kelly made about how "the staff works for me, not the president." She saw it as a reflection of Trump not being in command of his own White House, but Todd quickly pointed out that Kelly's assertion isn't an unusual stance for a White House chief of staff to take.

The truly troubling thing about the tape, as an alarmed Twitter quickly picked up on, is that it exists at all. The White House Situation Room is one of the most secure locations on the planet. It's where the U.S. executive leadership huddles to deal with crises and conduct sensitive meetings.

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