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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Nigeria’s Omarosa Manigault Resigns From President Trump's Administration

Ms. Omarosa Manigault Newman, one of President Donald Trump’s most prominent African American supporters, is to leave the administration next month.




White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Manigault Newman’s resignation is effective 20 January, one year since Trump’s inauguration.


A source familiar with Omarosa’s departure said that her refusal to defend the administration had long been a sticking point. Omarosa “went dark after Charlottesville” and “checked out”, the source said, alluding to the moment in August when Trump denounced violence “on many sides” surrounding a rally which united white supremacists and neo-Nazis in a show of strength. 










Omarosa also was unwilling to talk about Trump’s civil rights record in the wake of his visit to the opening of a new museum in Mississippi on Saturday, nor was she willing to defend his support for Roy Moore in Alabama – a candidate who claimed America was last great during the era of slavery.


Her refusal to be a public advocate for the White House as its most prominent African American woman culminated on Tuesday night in a meeting with chief of staff John Kelly and several lawyers in the White House Situation Room that the source said ended with her departure from the administration.


The US Secret Service used its Twitter account to deny that they were involved in “physically removing” Omarosa from the White House complex. The statements did not deny that she was escorted off the complex, but said the only role performed by Secret Service personnel was to deactivate her pass.


Manigault Newman’s departure comes at the start of what’s expected to be a round of departures heading into the new year.

Trump tweeted his thanks for her service on Wednesday evening.



From the Guardian

15 comments:

  1. It can't be easy for her being black and publicly supporting his reforms. I'm sure Trump understands...

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  2. That's the best decision for her. All the best to her moving forward.

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  3. Please how is Omarosa Nigerian? She isn't.

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    1. I don't know where they got that information from.

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  4. I wonder how she survived all the backlash.

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  5. Good to know she as taking a step forward to be at d right place.
    In life whatever u no comfortable with ,it better to let go .

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  6. She was dragged out!
    Passive employee.

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  7. She didnt resign she was fired

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  8. Oh my 64Mil Monthly gone. She must have a good reason for stepping down sha.

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  9. Who told you she is Nigerian?

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  10. Lol. Omarosa don turn Nigerian from Stella village. Smh

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  11. I have gone through this lady's wikipedia page, there is nothing there that links her to nigeria.even her parents names don't sound nigerian. Please we dash her back to americans.

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  12. SURPRISED SHE STAYED THIS LONG

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  13. Is she really from Nigeria? Anyways she's receiving serious shade infact the whole forest is been thrown at her for her sack/resignation. Angela Rhy laugh on CNN when talking about her exit from white house is hilarious 😂.

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  14. Sacked and walked out not resigned.

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