On 'Big Brother,' Omarosa says the country won't be OK

The White House blasted former aide Omarosa Manigault after she commented on her time in the White House during an upcoming episode of the CBS reality show "Celebrity Big Brother". "When accepting a political appointment, it was always about the country", Manigault Newman told her Big Brother housemate Matthews on Wednesday, explaining that Trump's controversial tweets "haunted" her.

She also told Mathews, a fellow TV personality, that she was "haunted by tweets every single day" in the White House, "like what is he going to tweet next?" "What is he gonna tweet next?" She says she wanted to stop him, but "all the people around him attacked me", blocking her access.

Matthews then asked the ultimate question, "Should we be anxious?" and Manigault nodded. She adds, in a whisper: "It's so bad".

The episode, where the former "Apprentice" contestant recounted working for Trump, aired Thursday night on CBS.

"All right, sorry the guys in the studio are going to kill me", Lemon said, composing himself.

In a clip from tonight's episode, fellow Big Brother contestant Ross Mathews asks Manigault-Newman, "Should we be anxious?" and says he needs her to tell him things are going to be OK.

Big Brother Ratings have plummeted in recent years
CHANNEL 5Big Brother Ratings have plummeted in recent years

Manigault, 44, was fighting back tears in her dramatic telling of what went down during her time in the White House. "It's comparing apples to oranges", she replied.

Then, in a freakish twist of events, she became an assistant to President Trump and director of communications for the office of public liaison!

Omarosa made her reality TV debut on the first season of NBC's "The Apprentice", in 2004, starring Donald Trump before he was elected president.

If you recall, she was the communications director for the Office of Public Liaison under PresidentDonald Trump, until December when she was allegedly fired.

"God no. Never. In a million years, never", she responded. "She has no contact now".

People noted her words now stood in stark contrast to during the election, when Trump's critics would be forced to bow down to him.

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She said that she's going to enjoy her time in the "Big Brother" house away from "cable news, from Twitter, from newspapers, from the press".

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