Omarosa Out at the White House

By Chris Ariens 

Former three-time Apprentice contestant Omarosa Manigault is leaving her role as director of communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison.

Manigualt, who has a broadcast journalism degree, came to fame in the mid-2000s with her appearances on the NBC reality show which was hosted by Donald Trump.

American Urban Network’s White House correspondent April Ryan, who has had her own run-ins with Manigualt, has been tweeting about her departure:

Last month, it was revealed that Manigault brought members of her 39-person bridal party to the White House for a photo shoot.

CNN’s Jim Acosta, who also confirmed the news on twitter, has talked about covering the West Wing as “bad reality television.”

“It’s not even like we’re covering a White House anymore, with Kellyanne Conway and Omarosa in the briefing room off to the side of Sean refusing to be on camera,” Acosta said in June. “It’s like we’re covering just bad reality television.”