Omarosa talks Trump on ‘Star Big Sibling’: ‘I was haunted by tweets each day’

Former White House assistant Omarosa Manigault Newman went into CBS’s “Star Big Bro” house. Some contestants were not too delighted she was taking part on the program. (Amber Ferguson/The Washington Post)

“It’s so bad.” That’s Omarosa Manigault Newman’s take on the Trump administration.If you thought Omarosa(she’s back to just one name now )was made with the White Home after presumably being accompanied from the building in December, you certainly thought very wrong. The former staffer will be eating in restaurants on her time at the table as long as everybody’s hungry for information. Case in point:” Celebrity Big Sibling. “The competitors program premiered

Wednesday on CBS with a lot of So Extremely Omarosa minutes to dive into, but it’s a freshly released bit of Thursday’s episode that has everybody talking. The clip reveals Omarosa and TV character Ross Mathews having a heart-to-heart about what the heck’s going on in the West Wing, where Omarosa spent practically a year as the director of interactions for the Workplace of Public Liaison for the Trump administration.”From the outside, can I tell you as a citizen, as a resident, I never

got it, why you went to the White House with him, “Mathews, a red carpet reporter, said in his best serious interviewer voice.” I seemed like it was a call to task,”Omarosa addressed, currently on the brink of tears.” I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him. It was always about the nation. Like, I was haunted by tweets each and every single day, like what is he going to tweet next? “Mathews, like the remainder of the world, wondered aloud if

anybody states to the president, “What are you doing?””I mean, I aimed to be that individual and then all the individuals around him attacked me. It was like keep her away, do not provide her access, don’t let her speak to him,”Omarosa said, now in full-on cry mode.”And it resembles Ivanka’s there, Jared’s there …” So does anybody have the power to rein in the president?”I do not know, I’m not there,”

she stated.”It’s not my circus, not my monkeys. I ‘d like to state not my issue, but I can’t state that due to the fact that it’s bad.” “It’s so bad,” Omarosa concluded in this very unique episode of” Celebrity Big Bro”

that White Home press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders might need to see since that’s where we are now.While Wednesday’s premiere episode was less significant, the previous White Home aide’s existence in a house of”celeb “candidates– who all have no clue who they’ll be spending 24/7 with up until the very minute they get tossed in the fishbowl together– was still notable.Broadway and Tony Acclaimed actress Marissa Jaret Winokur let out an “oh my God” when Omarosa strutted across the stage throughout the opening show.And Mathews, the future recipient of her confidences, didn’t pull any punches.”I cannot do toxicity and negativity,”he said after describing that the previous”Apprentice”villain was the one well-known face he didn’t want to see inside the house.” Oh my Omarosa.”Now we understand that by the next night, the pair got cozy enough for a tete-a-tete on President Trump.It was clear from the start that the previous truth star hadn’t let the White Home change her. This was still the usual Omarosa with the authoritative alto of a boss and the bravado of a bulldog, but none of the real lead to back up any of that huge talk. She’s been fired by Trump an overall of three times now, and nobody ever rather found out how she spent her busy days at 1600 Penn. But does any of that matter? “I’m extraordinary in whatever that I do,”Omarosa stated in all seriousness throughout her introductory reel, set down atop an executive desk and dressed up in a fuchsia ballgown. In her own mind, she was” a reality-TV legend, “a Washington insider.” The one thing that I gained from politics is you need to know how to see your very own back, and in some circumstances you got ta view your front, too,”she said. Omarosa would later on reveal her strategy: build trust and a”strong social video game “amongst her fellow house guests.In the very first episode, she managed to rally the female participants– including her roomie,”American Pie”starlet Shannon Elizabeth– around a common cause: beating the men.( Omarosa even managed to randomly win safety from the first eviction by just standing on the number five. It’s a “Big Brother “thing.)And if the excerpt from Thursday’s episode is any sign, the “strong social game “is winning over allies like the affable Mathews.Maybe Omarosa actually is the reality-show legend she declares to be.