Stephen Colbert Issues A Stark Warning To Omarosa About Life After Trump

Ann Santiago
February 10, 2018

"Don't say that. Because we are anxious, but I need you to say it's going to be OK", Mathews responded.

"Then all of the people around him attacked me".

The White House responded to Manigault-Newman's breakdown saying they didn't take her comments "seriously".

"It's comparing apples to oranges", she said. White House briefings clearing out a portion of time to deal with a Big Brother spinoff.

When Matthews asked for reassurance that things would work out, Manigault Newman couldn't provide it. It's the same thing. "I will stand firm by that 100 percent", Newman retorted. She's already started, turning on Trump. saying everyone should be anxious about the Prez, saying things in the W.H. are "so bad".

During President Donald Trump's first year as commander-in-chief, it seems that he has turned the Oval Office into his reality TV show "The Apprentice", slowly delivering his iconic "you're fired" line to his aides one by one.

Newman told Matthews she worked at the White House because she perceived it as a "call of duty".

In an interview on Good Morning America a day later Manigault Newman said she left of her own accord and wasn't fired.

Newman added she tried to be a person who spoke with Trump but was kept away.

The self-proclaimed legend knew the cards were stacked against her from the beginning and she quickly began working overtime to overcome this, masking her ruthlessly competitive nature by focusing exclusively on her social game.

Through tears, Manigault told Mathews, "It's not my circus, not my monkeys, I'd like to say not my problem but I can't say that because - like, it's bad". "Never in a million years, never".

This conversation caught the attention of White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah. "She had limited with the president while here". She has no contact now, ' the man claimed.

And reportedly, she was pressured-into-leaving-slash-quit because her nasty, entitled, power-hungry disposition was causing too much angst and turmoil within the White House walls. "Don't give her access, don't let her talk to him, '" Omarosa said that others in the White House would say. She denied that a dramatic confrontation with Kelly led to her departure.

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