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Justice Dept. Suing Omarosa Manigault for Failing to File Financial Disclosure

The lawsuit says officials repeatedly told Manigault Newman after her December 2017 firing that she needed to file the disclosure but says she failed to do so.

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    Justice Dept. Suing Omarosa Manigault for Failing to File Financial Disclosure
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    Omarosa Manigualt Newman waits to promote her new book on The "Today" showin New York City on Monday, Aug. 13, 2018. The former White House aide said she taped the process of her termination from the White House as a way to protect herself.

    The Justice Department is suing former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, alleging she failed to file a legally-required financial disclosure after she was fired from her post.

    Tuesday's lawsuit filed in Washington alleges Manigault Newman violated the federal Ethics in Government Act. That law requires some federal employees to file public financial disclosure reports.

    The lawsuit says officials repeatedly told Manigault Newman after her December 2017 firing that she needed to file the disclosure but says she failed to do so.

    Manigault Newman, a former reality TV star, faced backlash from President Donald Trump after saying she heard an audiotape of Trump using the N-word. The president has said Manigault Newman was "wacky and deranged."

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    Manigault Newman didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.