Omarosa Manigault Newman has seen the other side of President Donald Trump and she has made it known that she no longer stands by Trump.
After asking questions about her stint in the White House during Thursday night’s episode, Ross Matthews asked Manigault Newman, if she would vote for Trump again.
“God no,” she said. “Never in a million years, never.”
Earlier in the conversation, Manigault Newman told Matthews, a comedian and television personality, that the “personal toll” she paid by supporting Trump “was pretty significant.”
“I see pain when people talk to me about it, about how afraid they are,” she continued. “I made choices, I just have to live with them.”
When asked why she went to the White House with Trump by Ross, who called his probing of Manigault Newman in a confessional “investigative journalism” for the greater good, she said it was because she felt “it was a call to duty.”
“I felt like I was serving my country by serving him,” Manigault Newman said. “It was always about the country. Like, I was haunted by tweets every single day. What is he gonna tweet next?”
“Does anybody say to him, ‘What are you doing?’ ” Matthews asked.
“I mean, I tried to be that person, and then all of the people around him attacked me,” she said, breaking down into tears and claiming she got iced out by the administration.
“Who has that power to say what’s going on?” Matthews asked.
“I don’t know. I’m not there. It’s not my circus, not my monkeys,” she said. “I’d like to say not my problem but I can’t say that because, it’s bad.”
“Should we be worried?” Matthews asked, begging her to tell him everything will “be okay” because it’s what we want to hear.
She nodded: “No, it’s not gonna be okay. It’s not. So bad.”