President Trump's daughter-in-law said Monday that she was disappointed in Omarosa Manigault-Newman's accusations against the president.

Lara Trump, who is also the senior adviser to Trump's 2020 campaign, said on "Hannity" that Manigault-Newman squandered her opportunity to help people while she worked in the White House.

While on a tour for her book, Manigault-Newman revealed that she taped private conversations with Chief of Staff John Kelly and President Trump.

"What an incredible opportunity she wasted," Lara Trump said. "Obviously she has shown her true colors."


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Manigault-Newman also wrote in her book that Trump used the "N-word," and that she believed she was fired partly because Trump knew he was recorded saying it.

Lara Trump, wife of Eric Trump, took pride in the fact that the president gave Manigault-Newman the chance to make change in Washington.

"Donald Trump has given people the opportunity to better themselves. ... Here she had this great opportunity squandered. It's sad," she said.

Manigault-Newman, a former star on Trump's hit show "The Apprentice," had previously been an extremely vocal advocate for the president.

President Trump responded to her claims in a number of tweets early this week, even going so far as to call her a "dog."

"I wish Omarosa good luck, because I think she's going to need a lot of it," Mrs. Trump told Hannity on Monday.

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