Angela Rye On Omarosa's Resignation From The White House: "Good Riddance"

Elias Hubbard
December 15, 2017

While just a regular ol' Trump supporter appearing on cable news to burnish her former boss's credentials, Manigault calls out Holder, a Fox News contributor and critic of Trump, for having "big boobs".

She reportedly voiced support for Barack Obama in 2012 and Donald Trump's rival Hillary Clinton in 2014, before predicting Mr Trump would take out the presidency in 2016.

April Ryan at AURN reports Manigault "signed a negotiated resignation letter" after White House Chief of Staff John Kelly told her it was time to go.

April Ryan shared details of Omarosa Manigault being fired from her duties at the White House.

"I'm not delighting in her demise, I wish her the best, but aw", Rye said as she screamed again. Multiple news outlets have reported, however, that she was sacked by Chief of Staff John Kelly and had to be removed from the grounds.

Armstrong Williams, a conservative media personality and business owner, claims to have spoken to Manigault Newman Wednesday morning.

The Secret Service said it "was not involved was not involved in the termination process of Ms Manigault Newman or the escort off of the complex".

Accustomed to the spotlight, Omarosa Manigault Newman appeared on national television Thursday to push back against reports that she was sacked from her job as a Trump assistant and director of communications for a White House office that deals with constituent groups.

Manigault Newman was married once before to Aaron Stallworth.

Omarosa first became associated with Donald Trump back in 2004, when she was a contestant on his reality TV series "The Apprentice".

One of Kelly's priorities since taking over for Reince Priebus has been to strictly control who gets to see the President and how Trump gets information. But according to a White House official, the Manigault Newman has had no access to Trump for months and is considered to be a non-stop problem in the West Wing.

Sanders insisted at her briefing Thursday that the White House team is diverse "across the board".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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