The panel on "The Five" reacted to former White House aide and reality star Omarosa Manigault-Newman audiotaping private conversations with Chief of Staff John Kelly and President Donald Trump.

Dana Perino, who served as press secretary to President George W. Bush, said Newman exhibited "outrageous" behavior by taking a recording device into the Situation Room, where nothing is supposed to be taped.

"Even if she didn't think that the president deserved better [than to have himself and Kelly taped] then certainly the American people do," she said.

Manigault-Newman also taped Trump sounding surprised on the phone after being informed of her firing at Kelly's behest.

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Perino said taping people in the Situation Room "puts our national security at risk."

George "Tyrus" Murdoch added that Manigault-Newman is "literally the most despised person in the free world."

He said Trump was probably faking being incredulous when Manigault-Newman informed him she'd been fired.

"I loved him [talking to her] on the phone. 'Like, what? Damn'," Tyrus said.

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