Omarosa on 'Big Brother': US 'not going to be OK' under Trump

Omarosa on 'Big Brother': US 'not going to be OK' under Trump

Omarosa on 'Big Brother': US 'not going to be OK' under Trump

When housemate and TV personality Ross Matthews asked Newman why she took the White House director of communications role, she reasoned it was for the country - not for her former "The Apprentice" boss.

"I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him", said Newman, who was one of Trump's most prominent African-American supporters. She said she was haunted by his Tweets and concerned every single day about what he would put on social media next.

Omarosa Manigault-Newman is pivoting from the White House back to reality television, and she's doing it by throwing daggers at President Donald Trump and her old West Wing colleagues.

"Omarosa was sacked three times on 'The Apprentice, ' and this was the fourth time we let her go", he said. "It's not going to be OK".

The big roadblock that stands in the way of Celebrity Big Brother being a success story is that, no matter how it fares, there is very little chance of it coming back for another season anytime soon. Kelly gave her until January 20 to leave, but she didn't approve of those terms and attempted to negotiate. I felt like I was serving my country, not him. When asked whether Omarosa can turn her image around, Taran thinks she can if she plays well and does not address politics. "They were like keep her away, don't give her access".

Manigault did admit she "made choices" and had to live with them, though she said she would not vote for him again.

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Manigault also touched on Trump's incessant Twitter fingers, saying that she was "haunted by tweets everyday".

"There were a lot of things that I observed during the a year ago that I was very unhappy with, that I was very uncomfortable with", she said.

Tearing up at times and speaking in hushed tones, she dished about the White House with another contestant on the show, Ross Matthews - "Ross the Intern" from "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" - as the two lounged on couches.

The full episode airs Thursday at 8 p.m on CBS.

"My theory is that she doesn't want to say too much because she wants people to buy her supposed book that she's working on".

In December, Omarosa said that reports she was sacked and escorted from the White House after tripping alarms and trying to gain access to the Trump residence were "100 percent false".

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