When Omarosa Manigault first appeared on The Apprentice back in 2004, she probably never thought that she would end up working for Donald Trump while he was President of the United States. However, as Trump’s director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison, that’s exactly what happened. Now Omarosa Manigault responds to criticism from Good Morning America host Robin Roberts of her impending departure from the White House.
Omarosa announced her departure on Wednesday, December 13th. Her resignation will be official on January 20, 2018. In an interview with Good Morning America Host Michael Strahan, Omarosa said she wanted to tell her story, to which host Robin Roberts retorted: “She said she has a story to tell and I’m sure she’ll be selling that story. She will. Bye, Felicia.”
The insinuation that Omarosa would be trying to capitalize on her experiences was probably insulting enough, but the addition of “Bye Felicia,” a famous dismissal of disliked or unwanted people, went too far in Omarosa’s opinion. Omarosa Manigault responds to the remark by saying “That was petty.” She continued saying, “It’s a black women civil war.”
Omarosa Manigault resigned the position because, in her own words, “there were a lot of things I observed over the past year that I was very unhappy with, that I was uncomfortable with.” Omarosa did not expand on what those factors were, as she is still serving in her position until early next year.
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