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On 'Big Brother,' Omarosa says the country won't be OK

On 'Big Brother,' Omarosa says the country won't be OK

"Omarosa was sacked three times on 'The Apprentice.' And this was the fourth time we let her go". She says people around Trump "attacked" her when she tried to stop him.

'Omarosa was sacked three times on "The Apprentice", and this is the fourth time we let her go, ' he said.

Earlier in the clip, Mathews tells her that he "never got" why she joined the White House.

Omarosa Manigault might have garnered some empathy from her housemates on Celebrity Big Brother, but her network neighbor Stephen Colbert appears to be pretty unmoved by the former Trump staffer's story.

McCain then slammed Omarosa, as well as the Trump administration for hiring her in the first place.

On Thursday, the reality series released a clip in which Omarosa confided in fellow contestant Ross Mathews about her time in the White House.

"It's not my circus, not my monkeys", Manigault-Newman says."I'd like to say not my problem, but I can't say that because it's bad". I felt that I was serving my country, not serving him, ' she said. "Everybody else has contracts with confidentiality clauses but it's just Omarosa, she's just happy to be here, she's not going to say bleep".




"I believe every single word 100 percent", Williams said of Omarosa's White House discussions on the show.

I get why it's tempting to take Manigault's remorse at face value. Her confession that she's terrified of what might happen and that "it's going to not be okay" plays into many Americans' very real fears about what the Trump administration will do when given the opportunity. Elizabeth Dole who held the post under President Ronald Reagan. When she proposes a welcome toast in the first episode, she admits in voiceover that her Cheshire cat smile is a facade.

Big Brother is revealing a Manigault who is happy to shift her personality to match whoever she's talking to.

"All right, sorry the guys in the studio are going to kill me", Lemon said, composing himself.

Manigault Newman compared her loyalty to the president to that of Knight Pulliam for Bill Cosby.

So maybe Manigault truly does regret her time in the White House and wants to turn over some shiny new leaf.

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