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" Was sacked three times on 'The Apprentice.' This was the fourth time we let her go", he said, referring to the reality TV show hosted by.

Late Show host Stephen Colbert also weighed in, sarcastically responding to her admission of being haunted by Trump's tweets by saying "Out here it's been the Trumpityville horror". "It just goes to show how stupid they are, or maybe they didn't think anything much of hiring her", Williams said.

Asked if there's anyone left at the White House who has the power to intervene, she shrugged.

Former reality TV star and White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman says she would never again vote for President Donald Trump.

McCain then slammed Omarosa, as well as the Trump administration for hiring her in the first place.

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Later in the show, when speaking to Matthews, Manigault Newman said that working in the White House was "100 percent" worse than being on reality TV. "I was thinking about what it would be like for a staffer in the White House watching this, and everyone on the Trump campaign was so sanctimonious about, 'There are no swamp creatures; Everyone who's worked in D.C. politics, there are no swamp creatures around, '" she said. Manigault's comments even got a response from White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah, who insisted that she was sacked and had "limited contact with the President", anyway. "It's not. It's so bad", she says. "I felt like I was serving my country, not serving was always about the country". Manigault made a name for herself as a cutthroat competitor, so it's incredibly jarring to see her open up with such horrified vulnerability.

But nearly everything Manigault has done on Big Brother outside that moment with Matthews - which, again, he got as much out of as she did - tells a very different story. She tearfully confessed to Matthews about being "haunted" by the President's daily tweets and claimed his inner circle kept her as far away from Trump as they could. When she proposes a welcome toast in the first episode, she admits in voiceover that her Cheshire cat smile is a facade.

Manigault Newman compared her loyalty to the president to that of Knight Pulliam for Bill Cosby.

She was reportedly escorted off the White House grounds after her resignation came into effect on January 20.

But more likely, she is exactly who she says she is: "a reality TV legend" who plays to win.