White House hits back at Omarosa

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Newman first became famous in 2004 starring with Trump on NBC's "The Apprentice".

In the clip, Manigault Newman says she was "haunted by tweets every single day", and wondered, "what is he going to tweet next?"

In the preview clip released by CBS, the former Apprentice contestant opens up to Ross Matthews about what was going through her mind during her time working in politics.

"Don't say that. Ugh because we are anxious but I need you to say "no, it's going to be ok", he told her.

A similar statement came out in a PBS Frontline documentary. "It's not" Newman said. "It's everyone who has ever doubted Donald, who disagreed, who ever challenged him". The latest "HOH recasting" twist could either flip the power to the men or hand it over to another woman.

White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah dismissed Manigault-Newman's comments at a news briefing Thursday.

Matthews urged her to say it would be OK but Omarosa wouldn't. "She has no contact now".

Wednesday night's premiere episode ended up generating overall a solid 1.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic on Wednesday night, which makes us feel at least reasonably confident that it will be able to keep up some momentum during the Olympics.

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Quoting sources, Ryan reported that Kelly said, "This is not like going to the principal's office" and told Omarosa that Trump had signed off on the decision.

Newman also told Matthews that she "tried to be that person" who would talk sense into Trump and try to steer him from bad decisions. "I'm like, 'Don't you want to tease something to the viewers?' I'm hoping she does", Chen told The Hollywood Reporter. "And then all of the people around him attacked me", she said. John Kelly and I sat down in the Situation Room, which is a very secure, very quiet room in the White house and we had a very candid conversation...

The cast participates in different challenges, and at regular intervals, the housemates nominate their peers to be evicted from the house.

"Walking through that front door is Omarosa", Matthews complained to the camera.

"The White House is the most secure place in the world. I can't do toxicity or negativity".

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'I felt like it was, like, a call to duty.