- Reality TV star Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former aide to President Donald Trump, returned to the set of "Celebrity Big Brother" on Saturday after she suffered an asthma attack Friday night, CBS News reported. Winokur said, "Omarosa had everything to lose".
Back at her reality roots on "Big Brother: Celebrity Edition", the 44-year-old was quick to wax poetic when asked about being Assistant to the President and Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison. The live feeds actually went down and then when it came back on, she wasn't there at all.
The news follows Omarosa's tearful breakdown recounting her time working for President Trump on Thursday's episode.
Winokur said to Matthews, "Ross, all I'm going to say is, this is hilarious that you and I knocked out those people". She is also great for drama.
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"I was haunted by tweets every single day", she whined to Matthews. She said she thought she could be "that person" who would stop from tweeting, but said she was kept away from the president.
"Mr. Trump made a commitment to improving the lives of African Americans in this country", Manigault-Newman said.
Things took an interesting turn in the conversation when Omarosa described the happenings in the Trump White House as a "circus", suggesting that we should all be anxious about the country.
The White House has insisted up until this point that the former "Apprentice" show and former White House aide resigned, but earlier this week White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah suggested that might not be the case. "She has no contact now". She has no contact now'. Odds are, the White House will not comment on this particular CBB matter. I mean, I did, but I didn't, you know what I mean?