Staff Writer cityXtra Magazine
Omarosa Manigault-Newman opens up about the Trump White House in the latest episode of "Celebrity Big Brother," the most logical and yet ironic destination for the former Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison and "Apprentice" veteran. And it's not good.
In fact, in the below clip from the reality TV show, Omarosa tells Ross Mathews that he should be worried.
"I felt like it was a call to duty," she says, defending herself for going to work in the Trump administration. "I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him."
Omarosa, whose time in the White House was reportedly tumultuous, unceremoniously exited the Trump White House in December – although stayed on the books until January 20.
"It was always about the country," she says on the show.
But she also suggests she did not enjoy her time there.
"I was haunted by tweets every single day," Omarosa tells Matthews. "Like, what is he going to tweet next?"
She claims she tried to be the person to straighten Trump out, but "all of the people around him attacked me."
Reports state otherwise. In fact, chief of staff John Kelly, who himself is now under fire, reportedly had to stop Manigault-Newman "triggering" Trump to post ridiculous tweets.
On "Celebrity Big Brother" she tells Matthews she'd like to say Trump is not her problem but can't, because, "it's bad."
"Should we bet worried," Matthews asks.
Omarosa, wiping tears from her face, nods, and says, "it's not going to be OK. It's not. It's so bad."