Omarosa Breaks Down in Tears, Slams President Trump in Video Footage

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February 08, 2018Feb 08, 2018

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman made national headlines late last year; several media reports insisted that she was “physically dragged” off the premises after causing a scene with Chief of Staff John Kelly. To this day, stories still don't add up on whether she was forcefully fired by Kelly or put in her resignation.

Following the incident, Omarosa—a longtime friend of the President—appeared in an interview, where she assured that the rumors were false. In her interview, she also said she has a “profound story” to tell about her “unhappy” and “uncomfortable” experiences at the White House.

Her comments sparked curiosity, especially since Omarosa appeared to support the President despite some of their differences on certain political issues.

Recently, Omarosa made remarks against the White House again on an episode of “Celebrity Big Brother,” a reality television show. While talking with another one of the contestants—Ross Matthews, Omarosa broke down in tears and slammed President Trump.

“I felt like [my time at the White House] was a call of duty,” she said. “I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him.”

Omarosa continued, “I was haunted by tweets every single day—like what is he going to tweet next? I tried to be that person [who would ask him ‘What are you doing?’], and then all of the people around him attacked me.”

When Ross Matthews asked Omarosa if our country should be worried with him in office, she nodded her head “yes.”

“It’s bad,” she stated tearfully. “It’s not going to be okay. It’s not. It’s so bad.”

Watch Omarosa on “Celebrity Big Brother” below:

https://twitter.com/CBSBigBrother/status/961642770153619456

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