Omarosa Manigault Newman shocked the political world with the release of multiple tapes detailing private conversations with President Donald Trump and White House chief of staff John Kelly, two of the most powerful people in the world.
But according to a new report, Manigault Newman's treasure trove of damaging materials on the Trump administration is not limited to secret recordings.
What else does she have?
According to the Associated Press, Manigault Newman possesses a cache of secretly recorded videos, text messages, emails, and other documents and materials that back claims she makes in her new tell-all book about the Trump administration.
A source close to Manigault Newman revealed the existence of the "treasure trove" to the AP.
Indeed, the source explained that Manigault Newman is prepared to release material from her stockpile if the White House continues its personal relations assault against her.
The report confirms what Manigault Newman herself told PBS earlier in the week when she claimed to possess "a significant amount, in fact, a treasure trove, of multimedia" to corroborate every claim in her book.
Manigault Newman has maintained she made the secret recordings to protect herself inside a West Wing ripe with betrayal. She said this week she decided to release the recordings to prove she is not lying about what happens inside the White House.
And despite the Trump campaign filing litigation against her for allegedly violating a confidentiality agreement, Manigault Newman told the AP this week she will not back down.
"I will not be silenced. I will not be intimidated. I’m not going to be bullied by Donald Trump," she said.
So far, Trump has attacked Manigault Newman as a "lowlife" and a "dog."