Omarosa Manigault Says Trump White House 'Is So Bad'

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In a preview for the episode airing Thursday night, Newman opened up to castmate Ross Mathews and told him she "felt like it was a call of duty" to work for Trump. "When accepting a political appointment, it was always about the country".

Manigault said her brief run in politics should help her navigate the "Celebrity Big Brother" house, USA Today reported.

Manigault Newman lamented that she tried to reason with President Donald Trump, but the people "around him" started to attack her. Matthews asked if anyone had the power to question Trump, but she deflected.

BTW: In case you missed the premiere, stream the star-studded full episode here and on CBS All Access. Things only got worse when the HGs talked about the new Jumanji film and Drunk Brandi said that The Rock is "a cheater", to which the other HGs immediately added "allegedly" and urged her to take back. From the moment Julie Chen announced Celebrity Big Brother during last season's finale, I think every fan had the same collective thought: This could either be so bad it's good or just plain 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. Mathews asked, and Omarosa nodded. However, she says, she was pushed out of his inner circle.

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In December, Omarosa said that reports she was sacked and escorted from the White House after tripping alarms and trying to gain access to the Trump residence were "100 percent false".

"I don't know. I'm not there", replies Omarosa.

Reality TV star turned political operative turned reality TV star Omarosa Manigault has issued a cryptic warning that things are "bad" inside the White House and the public should be anxious. And while her ball-gown performativeness was grating, her dramatic whispers of every sentence are far preferable to the usual Diary Room shouting.

As soon as the "Celebrity Big Brother" premiere finished on Wednesday (Feb. 7), CBS turned on the live feeds from the house. After all, he didn't even say a word to her until he was on the chopping block.

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