For the past week the circus that is Donald Trump's Washington has had a new ringmaster - and Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former senior White House aide who has gone rogue in explosive style, shows no sign of leaving the stage.
Video of the encounter went viral previous year, with social media users wondering whether President Trump had shoved his way to the front of the group of officials.
Manigault Newman interjects: "Oh, God no".
The White House announced that on Monday, Trump will attend a Maryland summit focused on "addressing the positive and negative effects of social media on youth", the Hill reported on Thursday.
The existence of tapes of President Trump saying the "N-word".
Painted as the "villain" character for her dog-eat-dog tactics and "not here to make friends" attitude, Omarosa's approach to the show quickly divided America.
When Omarosa was sacked by the White House Chief of Staff in December of 2017, my entire family was concerned for her because we had no idea about the basis of her dismissal. Private contracts like the nondisclosure agreement can't be used to censor former or current government officials from speaking about nonclassified information learned in the course of their employment, McNamara wrote.
"We should not mistake anything that has happened here as to be Omarosa in any way purporting be a benefit to the African-American community", said Aisha Moodie-Mills, a Democratic strategist.
Trump's former White House aide is just one of many famous women to something along these lines. The now-obtained audio tape appears to confirm Omarosa's account.
Harder also tried to stop the release of the book Fire and Fury: Inside the White House.