'Celebrity Big Brother': Omarosa Slams Vice President Mike Pence, Dubs Him 'Scary'


Mark, who felt the need to remind us that she is reality TV's biggest villain - and can't be trusted. "I'm like, "Jesus ain't saying that"...

Morgan says in his column that he laughed and told Manigault that she was a "deluded woman" and must be joking, to which she allegedly said: "What are you?".

"Everyone who is wishing for a Pence may want to reconsider their life".

Omarosa then threw some slightly more specific shade at Vice-President Mike Pence: "We would be begging for days of Trump back if Pence became president".

It looks like Omarosa Manigault is causing more political controversy on Celebrity Big Brother. And I'm like, Jesus ain't saying that. Yet, while she proudly admits her Christianity, part of her concern about the vice president is his reliance on Jesus for political advising.

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Maybe the White House is anxious about Omarosa using her Celebrity Big Brother platform to dish about the White House, but Carlson's guest, Piers Morgan, judged it "absolutely ridiculous that we're even having to discuss Omarosa".

Omarosa has taken to publicly slamming the Trump White House ever since her departure via her appearances on "Celebrity Big Brother". "I was haunted by tweets every single day, like what is he going to tweet next?" she says. "I mean, [season 19's] Christmas went back in after a broken foot", Chen told Entertainment Weekly in an interview published on Tuesday, February 13.

"I was really excited to be able to meet someone who I had such a very different perspective of and get to know her heart and get to see a very different side of her", she reflected.

In a clip from Monday night's episode, Newman and Matthews are joined by more of their housemates when the discussion turns to what Newman saw on the inside of the White House. A former White House official told CBS News at the time Newman had been a problem since before the inauguration. But don't get me wrong - the Obama administration was aggressive about deportation, too. Is it her story?

All of this would be far more believable if Manigault said any of it while employed by Trump. Is it the real story?'