Brandi Glanville asks pointed question of Omarosa on 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Brandi Glanville asks pointed question of Omarosa on 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Omarosa was sacked from her position as Trump's aide and White House Office of Public Liaison director of communications in December previous year.

The former White House staffer also revealed what it was like to work with the former House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

Ex-White House official Omarosa Manigault Newman explained why she pivoted from campaigning for Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump while appearing on a reality TV series - saying she left the Democrat candidate's organization after being "used and abused". "Brandi, that's terrible", Omarosa responds on Friday night's episode when housemate Brandi Glanville asks.

Manigault was asked in an earlier episode if she would vote for Trump in 2020. She joined the Big Brother show and has been talking about her experience at the White House.

"But you've never heard my name?"

Omarosa disputed the public perception that Melania is a reluctant companion along for the ride and said the first lady is more than capable of fulfilling the responsibilities of her office.

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But it ended in disappointment after a crash knocked her out of the Daytona 500 . "I'm just sad that it ended that way". Manning is set to lead in the field to green in the Toyota pace auto before the race.

Last week, she said people would be "begging" to have Trump back as president if Vice President Mike Pence became president.

"I felt like it was a call to duty, I felt like I was serving my country by serving him", Manigault Newman said. "What is he gonna tweet next?"

During Sunday night's Celebrity Big Brother, Ross Matthews grilled Omarosa Manigault about her feelings on Hillary Clinton.

"Should we be anxious?"

She nods: "No, it's not gonna be okay". Former Trump administration Director of Communications Omarosa Manigault Newman has been enjoying her share of notoriety amongst her fellow competitors in the Big Brother house, doling out salacious scuttlebutt now and again about the government's inner workings.

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