Manigault Newman says country will “not be OK” under Trump.
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Omarosa Manigault Newman once predicted that "every critic, every detractor will have to bow down to President Trump".Starring in another reality TV show after resigning from the West Wing, Manigault Newman unleashed one criticism after another of her longtime friend Donald Trump and former White House colleagues, testing the widely held view that few people are ever really exiled from Trump's orbit.She compared leaving the White House to being freed from a plantation, a reference to her onetime status as the only black member of the White House senior staff.If that wasn't enough, she said the country will not be OK under Trump, and teased that she may tell everything in a book.Trump, who called Manigault Newman a "good person" after she left the White House, referred to her as "the worst" in a speech at a press dinner where the president traditionally jabs at friends and foes alike.The White House dismisses Manigault Newman as someone Trump has now fired four times: thrice from "The Apprentice" and once from the White House last December.Bannon is the former White House chief strategist whom Trump publicly broke with after a book about Trump's first year in office quoted Bannon criticizing some of Trump's adult children.
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