This is not 'The Apprentice', this is not a reality show. The American people need true leadership, not a reality TV host, which Donald Trump is reverting to. — Omarosa Manigault Newman, former communications director of the White House Office of Public Liaison
This is not 'The Apprentice', this is not a reality show. The American people need true leadership, not a reality TV host, which Donald Trump is reverting to. — Omarosa Manigault Newman, former communications director of the White House Office of Public Liaison
Former Trump aid Omarosa said that she thinks he's 'going through a psychotic episode' over his election loss
  • In an interview with MSNBC's Alex Witt on Saturday, former Trump aid Omarosa Manigault Newman said that she thinks he's "going through a psychotic episode" over his election loss.
  • "I think that he has come to terms with his loss, but his arrogance, his ego will not allow him to accept that he is not going to be president come January."
  • She also said that she "feels bad" for anyone left in the Trump administration because he's "going to turn to anyone and blame everyone for his loss except for himself."
Manigault Newman, who was also a contestant on Trump's reality TV series "The Apprentice," added that his actions since the election remind her of the show because he's "trying to produce a moment" to change the results.

"But this is not 'The Apprentice', this is not a reality show," she said. "The American people need true leadership, not a reality TV host, which Donald Trump is reverting to.".

... Manigault Newman spent a year in Trump's White House from 2017 to 2018 and wrote a book about her experience called "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House" that was published in 2018..

She has been an outspoken critic of Trump since leaving the White House, including calling him a "racist" who is "trying to undermine our democracy" in an interview with The Hill after the release of her book.