Omarosa accused the White House of "backstabbing" her on "Celebrity Big Brother"

Omarosa accused the White House of

It's Black History Month; Carter G. Woodson did go to the mat to get Negro History Week, that was eventually turned into Black History Month, for us to talk about Omarosa on her apology tour and her attempt to salvage her reputation on a reality television show.

After the clip was shared online, and before the full episode aired, White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah weighed in Manigault Newman's comments with a mocking jab at her "Apprentice" failures. "She's going to be okay".

"Omarosa had everything to lose, I mean, I put her in the hospital", said Marissa to Ross.

Newman appeared with Trump on the reality show "The Apprentice" in 2004, and joined his administration when he became president as communications director for the Office of Public Liaison. "She has no contact now", he said. Like, I was haunted by tweets every single day. Late Friday night, a medical crisis unfolded during the Head of Household Competition that led to her being hospitalized.

Oh, and of course we should point out that there were all sorts of stupid conspiracy theories in the house that she was off somewhere sleeping to gain an advantage during the Power of Veto Competition, as though anyone is able to actually sleep all that well there.

She also expressed concern for the future of the country, telling another contestant, "No, it's not going to be OK". "They were like keep her away, don't give her access". "It's not my circus, not my monkeys". She was among Trump's most prominent African-American supporters during the 2016 election.

Manigault was one of the biggest stars in the cast brought in for the Big Brother spinoff's first season.

"No, it's gonna not be OK", she said. It premieres at 8 p.m.