Celebrity Big Brother Spoilers: Omarosa Calls Chuck Liddell Her Insurance Policy

Danny Woods
February 9, 2018

A former White House official told CNN after her resignation that many of Ms Newman's colleagues were "elated" by her departure.

Mathews reportedly approached Omarosa about whey she accepted the invitation to serve in President Trump's administration. "Don't let her talk to him, '" she says, beginning to cry.

Mathews, seemingly trying to pin Omarosa down on some form of accountability, pressed her further asking "Does anybody say what are you doing?" "I was haunted by tweets every single day, like what's he going to tweet next?" "It's not going to be okay".

Celebrity Big Brother airs on CBS Thursday, February 8, at 8 p.m. ET.

She could be seen at presidential photo ops, walking the corridors and occasionally in the White House briefing room, but the impact of her "Office of Public Liaison" was unclear.

"It was like, keep her away from him", she said. The White House said she "resigned" to "pursue other opportunities".

"I felt like I was serving my country, not serving (Trump)", she said.

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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.

Asked if the United States would be "OK" in the foreseeable future, Ms Newman said: "No, it's going to not be OK".

When housemate and TV personality Ross Matthews asked Newman why she took the White House director of communications role, she reasoned it was for the country - not for her former "The Apprentice" boss.

"It's not my circus, not my monkeys". Also, I already don't like this game's new wrinkle: One person will have the power to "re-cast", which is to say replace, the HoH victor.

Soon after her exit, she told ABC's "Good Morning America" that she saw plenty of things that "upset" her while serving the president. "I was the queen of the boardroom, now I'll be the queen of the "Big Brother" house".

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