Stephen Colbert Ridicules Omarosa for Bashing Trump's Tweets on 'Celebrity Big Brother'

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"It's going to not be OK, it's not", she said when asked if Americans should be anxious about Trump. Manigault's comments even got a response from White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah, who insisted that she was sacked and had "limited contact with the President", anyway.

Manigault Newman says she was "haunted by tweets" every day and wondered what President Donald Trump was going to tweet next.

"Not very seriously", said spokesman Raj Shah, when asked about the White House reaction to the comments.

'It's bad, ' a choked-up Omarosa said. "So, she was lying when she came on the show, or she's lying now on 'Big Brother, ' I don't know which it is".

Omarosa also compared her loyalty to Trump as being about the same as Keshia Knight Pulliam standing by disgraced comedic legend Bill Cosby.

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'It was like, "Keep her away". Do not give her access. But after watching the first two episodes that aired on CBS this week, I have a feeling that even if Manigault can't see what's being said about her outside the house's walls, she knows full well that talking about her time in the White House will grab people's attention. "It's not", she told him. Manigault continued to bash the [Donald] Trump administration, which she was sacked from in early 2018, and added that she's anxious for the future; Whether that meant her own future or the future of the country remains unclear. "It's not my circus, not my monkeys", replies Manigault Newman.

'I felt like it was, like, a call to duty.

On Thursday night, only the show's second episode of the season, Manigault Newman (who is more commonly referred to by only her first name) wasted little time in spilling her concerns about the Trump White House in a series of emotional conversations with some of her celebrity housemates.

'Here in the Big Brother house there's people who want to stab you in the back, kind of similar to the White House, so it's "game on",' she said. She denied that a dramatic confrontation with Kelly led to her departure.

In the clip, posted on the Twitter page for "Celebrity Big Brother", she breaks down into tears while describing the goings on inside the West Wing.