This week, it was all about the possibility of a President Mike Pence: "As bad as Trump is, you'd be anxious about Pence", she said. But if that involves trashing the administration she just got fired from, have at it. He's a numbers guy.
"I'm Christian, I love Jesus, but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things", she said to her housemates. Politico previously reported that Manigault Newman had also ruffled Kelly's feathers when she brought people from her bridal party to the White House for a wedding photo shoot. "I've seen the plan".
I can honestly say I've never been spoken to in my life like the disgusting, foul-mouthed, homophobic way Omarosa spat at me throughout the weeks of filming. That's all I'm saying. Medical emergency or not, Omarosa is certainly making a lot of headlines with her time in the reality series. However, she added that "nobody talks about" how "aggressive" President Barack Obama's administration was about deportation. He reminded viewers that she is a "world-class reality TV villain", and said he doesn't know whether it's all a game or not, which is a fair point. "Who doesn't want to hang around and gossip with the woman willing to spill all the political tea on her former boss, who just so happens to be the leader of the free world?"
Monday's live Celebrity Big Brother had more twists, turns, double crosses and backstabs than you could even keep up with, but when it came down to who would get eliminated from the game, Keshia Knight Pulliam ended up making a very convincing case for herself to get sent home. I'm like, Jesus didn't say that.
Having been tossed out of the White House, Omarosa is "already behaving exactly how I could have predicted she would behave; she is squealing like a canary", Morgan said, mixing his wildlife, and "taking down" the White House personnel for the amusement of Celebrity Big Brother viewers, and in service of landing a book deal. The movements left the reality-star-turned-White-House-aide-turned-reality-star unable to breathe, as her asthma was exacerbated. A former White House official told CBS News at the time Newman had been a problem since before the inauguration. But on Monday night's episode of Celebrity Big Brother, Manigault Newman (who is more commonly referred to by only her first name) also went out of her way to warn her co-stars about what she described as the "scary" prospect of the vice president ascending to the nation's highest office if Trump is impeached.
Celebrity Big Brother airs Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Global.