Stephen Colbert Issues A Stark Warning To Omarosa About Life After Trump

Omarosa Manigault Newman, who has followed up her stint at the White House with a new gig as a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother, said she was "haunted by [President Donald Trump's] tweets every single day".

Perhaps most notably, Omarosa had a vague, but extremely negative, take on what she witnessed in the White House during her time with the administration, telling TV personality Ross Mathews: "No, it's not going to be okay, it's not". @paulreidcbs: What is the White House's reaction to comments made by @OMAROSA on Celebrity Big Brother? Her confession that she's terrified of what might happen and that "it's going to not be okay" plays into many Americans' very real fears about what the Trump administration will do when given the opportunity. "She has no contact now", spokesman Raj Shah says.

"It's not my circus, not my monkeys", Manigault-Newman says."I'd like to say not my problem, but I can't say that because it's bad". So if she was "terrified" then why is she talking about it on "Celebrity Big Brother" on a microphone if you're terrified.

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"If we become friends, you'll see how loyal I am, like maybe to a fault", the former White House staffer told Elizabeth. As it appears, a lot of people were calling her tears phony, stating that she was playing to the cameras to make compelling television.

On Tuesday night's episode, Mathews continued asking about Omarosa's former boss, including whether she would vote for him again. Newman had also asked to meet Trump after finding out that she no longer held her position at the White House.

Somehow, all of this isn't the only dirt Manigault has kicked up in her few days in the Big Brother house.

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After the Cosby Show alum, 38, questioned the political aide for supporting Trump, 71, during his 2016 presidential campaign, Manigault called out Pulliam for publicly defending her TV dad Cosby, 80, who has been accused of sexual assault by dozens of women. "It was like, 'Keep her away, don't give her access, don't let her talk to him.' It's like, Ivanka's there, Jared's there".

Part two of "Celebrity Big Brother's" premiere airs Thursday at 8 p.m. on CBS. However, she lost her title when "The Cosby Show" star Keshia Knight Pulliam won the first-ever Right to Recast.

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