Omarosa: I was 'profoundly' disturbed by Trump's White House

Omarosa: I was 'profoundly' disturbed by Trump's White House

Omarosa: I was 'profoundly' disturbed by Trump's White House

Former "Apprentice" star Omarosa Manigault Thursday flatly denied reports that she was "dragged" from the White House after meeting with Chief of Staff John Kelly, but admitted in an interview that over the a year ago, there were many things she observed as director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison that affected her "deeply and emotionally".

Manigault also fired back at reports she tried to storm the White House Residence after her firing, claiming "it is ridiculous to assert that anyone would be able to violate the security parameters that is outlined in the most secure building in the world".

Before Kelly came, Manigault and other assistants had the ability to walk in and speak with Trump, but the new chief of staff came in and stopped that. "It's not there", Ryan said.

She was "fired" by Trump during the run, but reappeared years later on Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice".

Manigault Newman denied being escorted from the campus after tripping an alarm in the residences.

Manigault's supporters suggested she had grown increasingly frustrated with the administration's handling of issues concerning race.

The cover of Thursday's New York Post shows a photoshopped image made to look like Omarosa Manigault Newman being dragged out of the White House. Ninety-six percent of black voters supported Jones.

She declined to expand upon them because she is technically still employed by the White House. Either she did not have the cachet to move the president or she is complicit in it.

In the end, Manigault Newman's bond with Trump appeared to be one of kindred spirits instead of policy adviser.

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She has had a close friendship with Trump for more than a decade, dating back to when she became the breakout star in the first season of "The Apprentice".

She brought that confrontational persona to the political arena, fiercely defending Trump against accusations that he was racist and sexist. She was the highest-ranking African-American in the White House and a staunch defender of the president, telling PBS's Frontline before the 2016 presidential election that "every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump. I went into the Oval to talk with the president any time". "It bothered her, being a woman". He knew her shortcomings.

Newman "resigned yesterday to pursue other opportunities", Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary, said in a statement.

In recent months, Manigault Newman engaged in public spats with African American groups, including the Congressional Black Caucus, grass-roots activists and black journalists. After she resumed work with the administration, she gathered more adversaries who had labelled her a sellout.

"The president is very fond of Omarosa", Williams said.

"One of the things I asked of those people making those assertions, since they assert that I did it so publicly, is where are the pictures or videos?" said Manigault.

Manigault Newman last traveled with Trump to the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum in Jackson on Saturday. Trump did not attend the wedding.

Manigault Newman was then unceremoniously escorted from the West Wing.

"Angela, you know I have much love for you, but you know I don't delight in anyone's demise", said April Ryan, another regular CNN contributor who certainly seemed to be taking quite a bit of delight as she laughed along with Rye. "According to sources, Gen. Kelly said the president was already informed and he signed off", Ryan said in her report. She's in-your-face. She's the female Donald Trump.

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