Omarosa Says That Trump’s Inauguration Size “Was Not The Biggest,” & “The White House I Worked In Was Troubling”

Oh, and nowwwwwwww you’re singing like a canary? And better yet, STEVIE WONDER COULD’VE TOLD US THIS!

Now that Omarosa Manigault Newman‘s time is up at The White House and Celebrity Big Brother *yawn*, the controversial television personality is making the television rounds spilling all that she can about her time serving in Donald Trump‘s Administration.

During her first late-night appearance since leaving CBB, Omarosa discussed White House Communications Director Hope Hicks resigning from her position on Wednesday.

“You worked for her you know what the lies were?” Stephen Colbert inquired on his show.

“I suspect the first one would be about crowd size but I don’t want to go into it,” Manigault Newman teased. “I got to see the inauguration of Clinton, of Bush, of Obama and when we got to the Trump inauguration they said this is the largest crowd size. I said, ‘Man I’ve been to a lot of inaugurations, this wasn’t the biggest.’ I didn’t want to be the one to break it to him. I didn’t want to be that person.”

Omarosa was also pressed about her assertion on CBB that the country will not be OK under Trump’s Presidency.

“We’ll have to wait and see,” she said vaguely. “I think working for the White House was a little crazier.”

“Look Donald Trump was my friend for 15 years,” Manigault Newman explained. “He was my friend and watching him in this position has caused me to be excited sometimes and sometimes be very, very concerned.”

“I think if you woke up and your best friend was president tomorrow you’d have that same range of emotions,” she added.

Omarosa also addressed her comment on CBB that leaving The White House was like getting “freed off the plantation.”

“The White House that I worked in at the Trump administration, it was troubling. And it was very difficult. My analogy of it being a plantation: an ecosystem of people who feel oppressed is pretty clear,” she told Colbert. “When you aren’t allowed to do the job you were brought to do. To help be a change agent, to be a liaison for communities that need it, that’s where that oppression comes from.”

“And that’s what that analogy meant Stephen if they were an African-American woman,” she added. “I was speaking for myself, I can’t speak for everyone in the White House. I was speaking for how I felt being the only African-American advisor to President Donald Trump.”


How can we make her go away…..permanently?

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