President Donald Trump speaks at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

President Donald Trump unleashed a blistering attack against former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman, dubbing the former reality TV star a “disgusting and foul-mouthed” woman looking to make some “cheap money” off her tell-all book.

“I’m currently suing various people for violating their confidentiality agreements,” the president wrote in a Twitter rant Saturday morning. “Disgusting and foul mouthed Omarosa is one.”

President Donald Trump blasted former White House aide Omaroa Manigault-Newman on Saturday over her best-selling tell-all memoir, which contained several bombshell allegations against the president. (Photos by Alex Wong / Getty Images and Raymond Hall / Getty Images)

Trump claimed he gave his former ally “every break — despite the fact that she was despised by everyone, and she went for some cheap money from a book. Numerous others also!”

Trump’s latest attack on Manigault-Newman came shortly after he piled on the praise for now-fired personal assistant Madeleine Westerhout, who was dismissed last Thursday, according to The Hill. The president, 73, described Westerhout as “a very good person,” despite reports that she drunkenly told reporters during an off-the-record meeting how much Trump dislikes being photographed with his daughter Tiffany because he thinks she’s overweight.

In a tweet, Trump said his ousted assistant had called him to apologize and that he accepted her apology. Additionally, he said he didn’t think there would “ever be a reason to use” her confidentiality agreement.

“While Westerhout has a fully enforceable confidentiality agreement, she’s a very good person and I don’t think there would ever be reason to use it,” he wrote Saturday. “She called me yesterday to apologize, had a bad night. I fully understood and forgave her! I love Tiffany, doing great!”

Manigualt-Newman, who was once one of Trump’s most vocal Black supporters, wasn’t extended the same reprieve, however.