Trump renews attacks on Omarosa, slamming her as 'disgusting and foul mouthed'

President TrumpDonald John TrumpThis week: House kicks off public phase of impeachment inquiry Impeachment week: Trump probe hits crucial point Judd Gregg: The big, big and bigger problem MORE on Saturday renewed his attacks on former White House aide Omarosa Manigault NewmanOmarosa Onee Manigault NewmanAuthor of anonymous 'resistance' NYT op-ed to publish book Juan Williams: Black Republicans call out Trump — finally — on race Michael Cohen denies Omarosa advising him in prison MORE, calling her "disgusting and foul mouthed" and accusing her of going "for some cheap money" by publishing a book last year about her time in the Trump administration.

"I am currently suing various people for violating their confidentiality agreements," Trump tweeted. "Disgusting and foul mouthed Omarosa is one. I gave her every break, despite the fact that she was despised by everyone, and she went for some cheap money from a book. Numerous others also!"

Trump's attack on Manigault Newman came after he praised his former personal assistant, Madeleine Westerhout, who was fired Thursday. Trump called Westerhout a "very good person" and said Friday that she was ousted after she made remarks about his children during an off the record dinner with reporters.

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Trump said Saturday morning that Westerhout called him Friday to apologize, adding that he forgave her and did not believe there would "ever be a reason" to use her confidentiality agreement.

"While Madeleine Westerhout has a fully enforceable confidentiality agreement, she is a very good person and I don’t think there would ever be reason to use it," he wrote. "She called me yesterday to apologize, had a bad night. I fully understood and forgave her!" 

His comments came shortly after Politico published a report saying Westerhout was fired because she told reporters during an Aug. 17 dinner that Trump did not like appearing in photos with his daughter Tiffany because he thought she was overweight.

Manigault Newman had a high-profile departure from the White House in December 2017 and later revealed that she had secretly recorded then-chief of staff John KellyJohn Francis KellyMORE firing her in the Oval Office.

Last year, Trump's campaign filed for arbitration against Manigault Newman, alleging she violated a nondisclosure agreement by publishing a tell-all book. Her book, "Unhinged," painted the president as a racist and an incompetent leader. 

Manigault Newman, who worked both for the 2016 Trump campaign and in the Trump administration, released secret audio recordings of Trump, Kelly, and Trump associates Katrina Pierson and Lynne Patton that she says back up explosive claims in her book.

Trump has fumed over the extensive leaks that have marked his tenure and has sought to crack down on unauthorized disclosures from the White House.

The federal government also filed a civil lawsuit against Manigault Newman that alleged she failed to file a required financial disclosure report after she was fired.