Omarosa Cries While Talking About 'Serving' in Donald Trump's White House

10 February, 2018, 02:55 | Author: Courtney Perry
  • Omarosa Cries While Talking About 'Serving' in Donald Trump's White House

But Stephen Colbert is here to remind the former member of the Trump Administration that the president can still hear her on reality television, even when she is whispering.

"I felt like it was a call to duty", Omarosa answered, already on the verge of tears. It was always about the country.

When Mathews asked her who has "the power to say, 'what's going on?'" she responds, "I don't know". "Like, what is he gonna tweet next?" .

Just recently, Manigault was talking with cast made Ross Mathews about the presidency while she was in the office. She further says she was "haunted" by Trump's habit of sending freaky and incendiary tweets and wanted to be the one to curb him, but was denied access to him.

In the meantime, we're wondering if she'll spill anymore scripted tea in the future?

Producers say it's entirely up to Omarosa if she chooses to discuss her time working for the current president.

Colbert added that her anecdote was "depressing stuff" for advertisers to follow, to which he suggested an ad for Xanax.

"I like to say not my problem, but I can't say that".

Omarosa, who is appearing on CBS's "Celebrity Big Brother", got into it during a quiet conversation with TV personality Ross Mathews, one of her housemates on the show.

"I don't know", Newman said.

"She had limited contact with the president while here", he said.

TONIGHT: Fresh off her stint in the Trump White House, Omarosa Manigault-Newman joins the CBS family and immediately stirs up controversy as a contestant on #CelebrityBigBrother.

The Trump administration pushed back against Newman's latest comments at the White House press briefing on Thursday.

"God no. Never. In a million years, never."

Their political differences came to a head as the three sat together, as Omarosa was reflecting on how she felt everyone in her life had abandoned her after she accepted the political appointment and was targeted by negative press. Omarosa, who has known Trump since her first stint on The Apprentice, explained that she was trying to help America, not him.



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