Most upsetting, when Ross asked her if we should all be anxious about the Trump administration, she nods yes.
"I felt like it was a call to duty", she said. "When accepting a political appointment, it was always about the country", Manigault Newman told her Big Brother housemate Matthews on Wednesday, explaining that Trump's controversial tweets "haunted" her.
With Trump at the helm, Omarosa told Matthews, America 'is going to not be okay. "Like, what is he gonna tweet next?" . The clip shows Omarosa and TV personality Ross Mathews having a heart-to-heart about what the heck's going on in the West Wing, where Omarosa spent nearly a year as the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison for the Trump administration. "All the people around him attacked me", she said, wiping away tears.
When Pulliam specifically asked her about the "hate the campaign kind of incited", Newman answered "when you're in the middle of a hurricane, it's hard to see the destruction on the outer bands". It is not. It is so bad, ' she replied.
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On Thursday, the reality series released a clip in which Omarosa confided in fellow contestant Ross Mathews about her time in the White House.
"God no. Never. In a million years, never", she responded.
The White House fired back at her comments on Thursday in a press briefing, saying she no longer has contact with Trump. "She had limited with the president while here".
On the one hand, Omarosa is known for being dramatic (that whole unauthorized wedding photos in the White House thing). Her comments to RuPaul's Drag Race judge and talk show funnyman Ross Mathews were illuminating, even panic-inducing. "She has no contact now".