Omarosa Manigault-Newman parlayed her time on “The Apprentice” into a brief White House stint as an assistant and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison under Donald Trump, but their parting was less than amicable. Omarosa has participated in a few different reality shows since leaving the Trump administration, and every time she steps in front of a camera, she just happens to spill even more Trump tea.
In a TikTok from the Australian show “Big Brother VIP,” Omarosa makes several new and disquieting claims about her time in the White House. In particular, Omarosa points to a trip she organized to visit a Civil Rights Museum in Jackson, Mississippi that she says led to her being fired.
Omarosa says the trip didn’t “go well” because Trump was “fascinated” by a display devoted to the history of the Ku Klux Klan. “It didn’t go so well because he was fascinated with looking at the KKK garb,” she says in the clip from her latest realityTV appearance. “He was obsessed with the white supremacist kind of display.”
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She also said during the segment that Trump would seek her advice on subjects outside her purview, such as Pentagon activities and veterans affairs, which she said “she had no business advising him on.” Additionally, Omarosa alleged that Trump once told her he had decided to “bomb Syria” – national security information she told “Big Brother VIP” she did not have the classification level to know.
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Trump sued her, she won!
This ruling on Trump's gag orders could open the floodgates.
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“And so, I bounced. I said, ‘Donald, I’m out. You need to really talk to your advisers,'” Omarosa claims in the “Big Brother VIP” TikTok.