White House takes dig at Omarosa after she makes negative Trump comments

White House takes dig at Omarosa after she makes negative Trump comments

A veteran of reality shows, Manigault appeared on the first season of NBC's The Apprentice with Trump, and then returned for Celebrity Apprentice, among others.

During the season premiere of "Celebrity Big Brother" Wednesday night, former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman did not hide her true feelings when it came to her recent stint in Washington.

"It's going to not be OK".

Her confession comes not too long after she warned America that things at the White House are "so bad" and that it's most probably "not going to be Okay" for the people. Viewers, however, get to.

Manigault-Newman described the situation inside the White House as "bad".

"Should we be anxious?" On the Thursday, February 8, episode, she clashed with Keshia Knight Pulliam over their allegiances to President Donald Trump and Bill Cosby. "She has no contact now", Shah added.

"If we become friends, you'll see how loyal I am, like maybe to a fault", Newman said according to CBS News before discussing her relationship with Trump. "It's not my circus, not my monkeys", replies Manigault Newman.

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And certainly I would go to him and 'Listen, this is why we're going to do that.' Just as I did with Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving .

"Don't say that. Because we are anxious, but I need you to say it's going to be OK", Mathews responded. "When you're on a reality show, whispering doesn't really work".

Former Director of Communications for the White House Public Liaison Office Omarosa Manigault listens during the daily press briefing at the White House, October 27, 2017 in Washington, DC.

As a member of the latest class of participants in Celebrity Big Brother, Omarosa was shown in a clip speaking about the political climate in the country. She told her co-stars and housemates when they asked why she ever agreed to it that she felt like it was her responsibility to serve under Trump.

"I felt like it was a call to duty, I felt like I was serving my country by serving him", Manigault said.

Manigault went on to reveal to another co-star that she lost "hundreds" of friends because of her connection to Trump for the last couple of years. Pulliam, who was cast as the character of the youngest Huxtable child on "The Cosby Show" at the age of five, went to the court to support Cosby on the very first day of his sexual assault allegations trial.

When Matthews asked for reassurance that things would work out, Manigault Newman couldn't provide it.

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