She says she saw things that made her uncomfortable.
Manigault Newman dropped hints earlier this year that a book was coming but the publisher’s surprise announcement revealed it is finished and ready to hit shelves next month.
Given her not-so-positive comments about the Trump administration during her appearance this spring on CBS's Celebrity Big Brother, the tell-all is probably not a very flattering portrayal of the White House.
Manigault Newman isn't the first former White House employee to release a book. The announcement of Manigault Newman's book came just days after the official release of a memoir by former press secretary Sean Spicer. "The Briefing: Politics, the Press and the President," (Regnery Publishing, $28) is 100 pages shorter than Manigault Newman's book and recently made headlines when a heckler in New York called the book and the author "garbage." On Wednesday, Spicer's appearance at a BJ's Wholesale Club in Massachusetts was canceled because of the political climate.
Maybe that explains why Gallery Publishing has kept Manigault Newman’s book under wraps.
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Manigault Newman has previously written a self-help book advising women on when and how to be assertive as well as an art book co-written with her mother, Theresa Manigault.
When she’s not writing books or doing other things, Manigault Newman is serving in pastoral ministry at The Sanctuary at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Florida. Her husband, John Allen Newman, whom she married in 2017, serves as senior pastor.