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Omarosa says she wants to write a tell-all on Trump

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman has compared leaving the administration of President Donald Trump to being ‘freed off of a plantation

On the newest episode of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ that aired on Saturday, Manigault-Newman discussed the end of her tenure as the Office of Public Liaison’s director of communications.

‘I’m emancipated. I feel like I just got freed off a plantation. Hallelujah. Thank you, Jesus,’ she said in a clip that was filmed on her sixth day in the house.

 

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman compared leaving the administration of President Donald Trump to being ‘freed off of a plantation on ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ (pictured)

Manigault-Newman discussed the end of her tenure as the Office of Public Liaison's director of communications and said that she was 'so loyal to the point where people are looking at me like something is wrong' before leaving the White House.

Manigault-Newman discussed the end of her tenure as the Office of Public Liaison’s director of communications and said that she was ‘so loyal to the point where people are looking at me like something is wrong’ before leaving the White House.

The former aide said that she was ‘so loyal to the point where people are looking at me like something is wrong’ before leaving the White House. 

Manigault-Newman also teased writing a tell-all book about her time in the Trump White House.

‘[Trump is] going to come after me with everything he has. Like, I’m going up against a kazillionaire,’ Manigault Newman said about pushback she’d get if she wrote a book, according to Vulture.

‘So I’ll probably end up in court for the next…but I have to tell my truth. I’m tired of being muted. All the stuff that I just put on a shelf somewhere out of loyalty. 

‘I’ve been defending somebody for so long, and I’m now I’m like: “Yo, you are a special kind of f****d up, and that special breed, they’re about to learn all about it”,’ she continued.

Manigault-Newman also teased writing a tell-all book about her time in the Trump White House and said that if she does Trump is 'going to come after me with everything he has' (Pictured, left to right: Manigualt- Newman with fellow 'Celebrity Big Brother' castmates Keshia Knight Pullman and Brandi Glanville, Februarty 2017)

Manigault-Newman also teased writing a tell-all book about her time in the Trump White House and said that if she does Trump is ‘going to come after me with everything he has’ (Pictured, left to right: Manigualt- Newman with fellow ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ castmates Keshia Knight Pullman and Brandi Glanville, Februarty 2017)

Manigault-Newman, 44, added that the White House has a designated Twitter and Facebook rep, though they are essentially powerless, as the President often tweets early in the morning (Pictured, Trump with Vice President Mike Pence and Manigault-Newman, March 2017)

Manigault-Newman, 44, added that the White House has a designated Twitter and Facebook rep, though they are essentially powerless, as the President often tweets early in the morning (Pictured, Trump with Vice President Mike Pence and Manigault-Newman, March 2017)

The White House announced in December that Manigualt-Newman had resigned from her position, but sources have said that she was ousted by Chief of Staff John Kelly and escorted out of the White House (Pictured, Manigualt-Newman and Trump, February 2017)

The White House announced in December that Manigualt-Newman had resigned from her position, but sources have said that she was ousted by Chief of Staff John Kelly and escorted out of the White House (Pictured, Manigualt-Newman and Trump, February 2017)

Fellow houseguest, actress Shannon Elizabeth, asked the former reality star why she left in January.

‘I was literally the only African American woman in the senior staff,’ she said. ‘I’m going to meetings with people who are ignoring me, or because I was black, people wouldn’t even talk to me. And it wasn’t just the black thing — it was the woman thing.’

Manigault-Newman, 44, added that the White House has a designated Twitter and Facebook rep, though they are essentially powerless, as the President often tweets early in the morning.

‘He’s up in his underwear or something at four in the morning. Who’s gonna monitor that? The bad tweets happen between four and six in the morning,’ she said. ‘Ain’t nobody up there but Melania (Trump). She walks around like this, ‘He can do whatever he wants.’ She ain’t saying nothing.’ 

The White House announced in December that Manigault-Newman had resigned from her position, but sources have said that she was ousted by Chief of Staff John Kelly and escorted out of the White House. 

She began starring on the reality show in February, and has been openly speaking about her time in the administration since then.

 



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