Thursday, December 14, 2017

White House to Omarosa: 'You're fired', again, as villainous reality star tries to storm Donald Trump and is thrown out.

The villainous reality TV star and now White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman (43) just got abruptly fired by Donald Trump. Again.

The pot-stirrer, infamous for whipping up a torrent of conflict and infighting in those around her wherever she goes, was dramatically thrown out of the White House in Washington D.C. and banned from the premises, although the White House is trying to put a nicer spin on it saying Omarosa has "resigned".

The truth is however that Omarosa - who rose to fame on the American version of The Apprentice in 2004 where she got fired by Donald Trump and again in the later Celebrity Apprentice and All-Star Celebrity Apprentice seasons - was dumped by the White House.

The ruthless Omarosa reportedly flew into a fit of rage - screaming and cursing in a tirade as she tried to make her way to Donald Trump himself to try and plead her case, just like she did in the TV show.

That's when things got physical and Omarosa was unceremoniously removed from the White House's West Wing and her access card cancelled.

While White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters on Wednesday that Omarosa has "resigned" and will be gone by 20 January 2018 to "pursue other opportunities", Omarosa was actually fired by Donald Trump's chief of staff, John Kelly.

The Daily News reports that according to sources, Omarosa "threw a tantrum in the White House and demanded she be allowed to speak with the president" on Tuesday.

"General Kelly didn't allow her to speak to him. That’s why she was cursing and threatening. Omarosa was then unceremoniously escorted from the West Wing. It got physical and she had to be removed".

White House reporter April Ryan who work for America's Urban Radio Networks, reported that Omarosa "acted very vulgar and cursed a lot and said she helped elect Donald Trump". General Kelly said "no, you did not".

General Kelly told Omarosa that "this was not like going to the principal's office".

According to The Wall Street Journal, a White House official said that Omarosa was "physically dragged and escorted off the campus".

Another White House official told The Daily Beast that the shocking incident "was actually the closest thing to reality TV I'd experienced since getting here".

According to insiders, Omarosa has been another one of the larger-than-life personalities inside the White House causing chaos as they all battled for supremacy, Apprentice-style, feeding Donald Trump gossip about each other, jockeying for position and telling Donald Trump bad news that would inflame situations and infuriate him.

Donald Trump appointed Omarosa as the director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison, although insiders say they were never sure what Omarosa in this PR post actually did or were responsible for and helped to create the same toxic and hostile environment inside the White House as she did on The Apprentice.

In August Omarosa made herself the focus of a chaotic National Association of Black Journalists Convention in New Orleans where things quickly got confrontational as the aggressive Omarosa refused to answer questions about the Trump administration and told journalists to "ask me a question about me".

Then there was her jaw-dropping, unannounced 39-person "bridal party" and extended lavish photo shoot at the White House that shocked White House security and caught everyone off guard.

America's Secret Service in a statement confirmed that Omarosa has effectively been banned from the White House and that it "deactivated the individual’s pass which grants access to the complex".