TMZ is reporting that according to cast member Marissa Jaret Winoker, via the live feed, Omarosa's still not back in the house, and suggests she possibly drummed up an asthma attack so she could leave and get some rest at the hospital. I mean, I did, but I didn't, you know what I mean?
Reality star turned White House aide turned reality star Omarosa Manigault Newman made it known how she felt about her time in the administration.
That prompted Mathews to ask the "Apprentice" veteran if the country should be anxious, to which Manigault nodded her head to signify yes. If the houseguests want to get rid of her, they're going to have to nominate her. But when the live feed came back, Omarosa's housemates were discussing her injury, which led to a hospital trip.
Manigault Newman left the White House late a year ago under a cloud after her access pass to the White House complex was terminated by the Secret Service. She also starred in the first season of 's former NBC reality show "The Apprentice".
"I was haunted by tweets every single day".
"I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him", said Newman, who was one of Trump's most prominent African-American supporters. "Celebrities, you better watch your back", said Manigault Newman, who was named one of TV Guide's "60 Nastiest TV Villains of All Time" in 2013.
After the clip was shared online, and before the full episode aired, White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah weighed in Manigault Newman's comments with a mocking jab at her "Apprentice" failures. She says people around Trump "attacked" her when she tried to stop him.
"On Twitter, the White House automatically archives "tweets" from official White House accounts, and may capture "mentions" the White House claims.