Omarosa Manigault Newman says country is not going to be OK on 'Big Brother'
She said she would never again vote for Trump, whom she met as a contestant on his TV show "The Apprentice."
Omarosa Manigault Newman is starting to tell her story, as promised. And the former White House aide's story is: America is not going to be fine under President Donald Trump.
"No," a tearful Manigault Newman, who left her White House job in December, said to her "Celebrity Big Brother" co-star Ross Mathews when he asked if the country will be OK.
"It's going to not be OK. It's not. So bad," she added, speaking in the conspiratorial whisper that cast members use to keep competitors in the "Big Brother" house from overhearing them. Viewers, however, get to.