Omarosa Just Called Mike Pence "Scary" On 'Celebrity Big Brother'

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She complained at the time that she wasn't given enough training and was just thrown into the fire.

The famous group spoke about recent government shutdowns and the possibility of a Trump impeachment, when Manigault turned the tables to talk about "scary" and "extreme" conservative Pence.

She says, "They completely flipped their vote on me a few days before so their word wasn't valuable".

She continued, "I am Christian, I love Jesus, but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things".

"The DACA piece came as a result of (Trump) wanting his wall", Manigault-Newman says. "I'm like, Jesus ain't sayin' that".

Morgan brushed that snark aside, saying Omarosa "gave me then, for four or five weeks, unrelenting five barrels of abuse, tirades, homophobic stuff, and really vicious, nasty stuff".

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She said she was surprised she bonded with Omarosa.

Starring on the current season of Celebrity Big Brother, Newman has been sharing her experience working for President Trump with the rest of her housemates, including Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath, Real Housewife Brandi Glanville, NBA player Metta World Peace, MMA Fighter Chuck Liddell, and comedian and TV personality Ross Matthews. "She is telling so many lies to so many different people". "She probably would have stayed longer on "#Celebrity Big Brother", but because of her own request, she was the second contestant to be evicted.

Omarosa sidled up to me at the New York Mercantile Exchange and said, quite seriously: 'Piers, do you want a showmance?' 'A what?' I replied.

Manigualt Newman argued that Pence is "scary", because he believes Jesus Christ instructs him to say certain things. Instead, the late-night comedian thinks Trump is watching Omarosa on "Celebrity Big Brother".

But according to former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, the idea that Pence-who is, conveniently, the only person in the administration Trump can't fire-would be an improvement is sorely misguided. Following the Apprentice villain's dramatic exit in early December, American Urban Radio Networks reporter April Ryan reported that Omarosa was physically dragged from the premises after getting the hook from Chief of Staff John Kelly, who was said to have been planning on firing her for months.

The very popular reality show Big Brother telecasts on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays on CBS at 8 p.m. ET.

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