Omarosa Compares Big Brother Co-Stars to White House

Omarosa Compares Big Brother Co-Stars to White House

Omarosa Compares Big Brother Co-Stars to White House

The reality TV star, turned White House aide, turned reality TV star, said her co-stars want to stab her in the back, but she learned to protect herself in Washington.

"She's gonna be OK", Tony Award-winning actress Winokur, 45, referring to Manigault-Newman, said to entertainment reporter Ross Mathews.

The network said Newman temporarily left the house and "received medical treatment" for the attack, which "will be addressed during Sunday's episode". "If I were watching a reality show and that happened", Winokur said, "I'd be like, wait, the little fat girl who hasn't played anything yet, who fell off the statue in 10 seconds. and then won that round". I put her [Manigault Newman] in the hospital! "She's gonna be OK".

Omarosa helped with Trump's presidential campaign and he made her one of his aides after being elected. Asked by Matthews if the nation should be anxious, she nodded yes, adding tearfully, "It's not going to be OK. Never. Not in a million years, never".

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Newman joined the show, which premiered earlier this week, after leaving the White House in December.

Omarosa, hired by President Donald Trump as an adviser after the two previously worked together on NBC's "The Apprentice", was from her White House position. "When accepting a political appointment, it was always about the country", Manigault Newman told her Big Brother housemate Matthews on Wednesday, explaining that Trump's controversial tweets "haunted" her.

The show provides the ultimate crossover between reality TV and life in the West Wing, as cameras set up throughout the Big Brother house provide a 24/7 livestream from inside, broadcasting any of Manigault Newman's comments across the country.

White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah responded with a reversal of the administration's previous statement of resignation.

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