Things 'are "bad" inside the White House, Ex-Trump aide Omarosa warns

Feb 09, 2018, 01:58
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Former White House aide Omarosa Newman, who dramatically resigned late a year ago, has offered a dire prediction for the United Staes under President Donald Trump saying the country is "going to not be OK".

Newman goes on to say that she was "haunted by tweets every single day".

When asked whether there's anyone in the administration that keeps POTUS in-check, Omarosa says she tried to be that person, but she was attacked and eventually ostracized by the President's closest allies. While it worked, and Omarosa actually had something nice to say about Shannon and her good "vibe", we all know its only a matter of time before she's wiping her very expensive heels on Shannon's back to get what she wants. Ugh.

Matthews asks Newman, "Should we be anxious?"

Matthews asked. Manigault Newman retorted with a slow nod, saying, "yes".

She succeeded. Within minutes of stepping inside, Omarosa dialed up the charm and hobnobbed with her fellow house guests, making her first order of business to "recruit some ladies" for an alliance and take down male competitors. "Like, what is he going to tweet next?" she said, in a clip uploaded to YouTube on Thursday. "When accepting a political appointment, it was always about the country". "Don't let her talk to him, '" she says, beginning to cry.

The fiery former star who was pushed out of the White House appeared in a preview of Thursday's "Celebrity Big Brother", warning all is not well in that other Big House at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

"It's not my circus, it's not my monkeys", Manigault said.

As if that wasn't enough, Shannon, who claims to be an avid Big Brother fan, later made a decision to share the one and only secret she had inside the house with Omarosa.

Tell us, HollywoodLifers - Do YOU think that Omarosa needs to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house ASAP?

When asked about the deactivation of her pass by the Secret Service, she claimed that her access was changed and restricted after she said she was resigning. "Celebrities, you better watch your back".

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