Omarosa Manigault-Newman’s publisher has warned President Trump that legal threats won’t stop people from reading the former aide’s tell-all book, saying Trump is fully able to use his “bully pulpit” if he disagrees with any of the claims made in the text. Trump’s campaign said Tuesday it had filed for arbitration, accusing Omarosa of breaching a 2016 nondisclosure agreement. Publisher Simon & Schuster outside counsel Elizabeth McNamara wrote to the Trump campaign: “While your letter generally claims that excerpts from the book contain ‘disparaging statements,’ it is quite telling that at no point do you claim that any specific statement in the book is false. Your client does not have a viable legal claim merely because unspecified truthful statements in the book may embarrass the president or his associates. At base, your letter is nothing more than an obvious attempt to silence legitimate criticism of the president.” Omarosa is on a publicity tour to promote Unhinged, in which she reveals private conversations from her time in the White House.