Omorosa Spills Even More White House Secrets on 'Big Brother'

Peter Castro
February 15, 2018

On Monday's episode, Manigault-Newman told her fellow houseguests that people should be more afraid of Vice President Mike Pence than President Donald Trump.

"As bad as Trump is, you'd be anxious about Pence", she said to a group, including E! correspondent Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur, the star of Broadway's "Hairspray".

She also warned critics of Trump against impeachment, because it would lead to the "extreme" Pence, an evangelical Christian, becoming president. Further cautioning, "We would be begging for days of Trump back if Pence became President, that's all I'm saying".

Newman didn't shy away from expressing her opinions on other government issues either, including criticism of the Trump administration's handling of illegal immigration.

"I just assumed you were because". This was in reference to Omarosa, 44, who left the house briefly to go to the hospital after having an "asthma attack" on Friday, February 9, following an HOH competition.

"If we are going to apply that logic and judgment to Rob Porter, where was that judgment about having Omarosa with her own office in the West Wing?"

So, who got the boot on "Celebrity Big Brother" during their second live eviction of the season? "I don't know what to say".

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He said Manigault propositioned that they have a "showmance" together, because "everyone on the Apprentice has sex together so we could do that and then sell it and make loads of money".

In response, White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah said during a press briefing, "Omarosa was sacked three times on the Apprentice and this was the fourth time we let her go".

After taking a breath, Omarosa responded, first starting out by defending her decision to take the gig at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. before going in on the former The Cosby Show star.

"Can I just say this, as bad as you all think Trump is, you'd be anxious about Pence". I mean, Christmas went back in after a broken foot. Piers claimed that he's not gay and "she hadn't heard that about me".

According to The Washington Post, Manigault warned her fellow Big Brother cast members on the February 11 episode about Vice President Mike Pence.

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