Omarosa Manigault Newman: Former Apprentice star set to leave the White House

Frederick Owens
December 15, 2017

Omarosa vaguely referred to things she observed in the White House that she was troubled by that had affected "her people", and she said she looked forward to telling her "profound" story about her experiences.

Following the interview, Roberts said on air, "She says she has a story to tell and I'm sure she will be selling that story".

Some sources, including CNN White House correspondent April D. Ryan, reported that Newman was sacked by Kelly, who had allegedly "had it" with the former Apprentice contestant.

The US secret service, however, had clarified it was "not involved in the termination process of MS Manigault Newman or the escort off of the complex".

Omarosa said the story was "100 percent false", adding she said there would have been "pictures or videos" of any public confrontation with Kelly.

She elaborated that she had exclusive access to the president which created a rift between her and other White House members.

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True to form, former "Apprentice" star Omarosa is ending her time at the White House with a dose of drama.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday that Manigault Newman's resignation is effective January 20, one year after Trump's inauguration.

Her appearance at an event during the convention was described as confrontational and hectic as she aggressively insisted reporters "Ask me a question about me", while sidestepping inquiries about the administration.

The president also bid her farewell, tweeting: "Thank you Omarosa for your service!" From left are, Omarosa Manigault, Trump, and then-Housing and Urban Development Secretary-designate Ben Carson. Reports said she was sacked by Chief of Staff John Kelly, that she cursed when informed of this and that she wanted to speak to President Trump about it. "When I have a choice to tell my story, Michael, quite a story to tell".

White House correspondent April Ryan reported Wednesday that the former "Apprentice" contestant did not resign, but that she was sacked by Chief of Staff John Kelly and exploded into vulgarities upon hearing the news.

A source familiar with Manigault-Newman's departure told the Guardian that her refusal to defend the administration had always been a sticking point. "As the only African-American in this White House..."

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