Former Trump adviser Omarosa Newman offers grim White House insights


Former Trump adviser Omarosa Newman offers grim White House insights

"I was haunted by tweets every single day", she said, adding, "Like what is he going to tweet next?" "You know, I'd like to say not my problem but I can't say that because it's bad".

Things took an interesting turn in the conversation when Omarosa described the happenings in the Trump White House as a "circus", suggesting that we should all be anxious about the country.

The White House on Thursday took a shot at former administration official Omarosa Manigault after a reporter asked about her curious comments on an upcoming episode of the CBS show "Celebrity Big Brother".

The former White House aide to President Donald Trump wasted no time in telling viewers that she's a "reality TV legend", and that she's always been the ultimate "Big Brother" superfan.

"Like what is he going to tweet next?" she recalled.

"I felt like it was a call to duty", she explains.

Tearing up, Omarosa answers, "I mean, I tried to be that person, but then other people around him attacked me". My own award, for Most Obnoxious, goes to Glanville, who told the camera that she felt this whole thing was beneath her, musing dourly that she might as well "start hooking on the side".

And Newman is not joking when she says so, either.

Manigault, who served as communications director for the Office of Public Liaison, departed the White House in December - and the exit was ugly.

As the season's first Head of Household, who has the power to put two house guests up for eviction, Elizabeth vowed to protect her ladies: "Sorry, guys, this is the season of the women", she said in a postgame interview.

This story contains details from Wednesday's episode of CBS's Celebrity Big Brother. I would swear that Marissa Winokur threw the HoH competition after a paltry three minutes, and host Julie Chen seemed to be effusing on autopilot, as though she still hadn't recovered from this past summer's regular-edition Big Brother yet.

On Fox, both The X-Files (0.9 adults) and 9-1-1 (1.7 adults) held their previous scores - the latter only narrowly missing the night's top honors to Big Brother.



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