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Omarosa found 'Big Brother' house a 'great reprieve' after working for Trump

Omarosa found 'Big Brother' house a 'great reprieve' after working for Trump

Asked if everything will be OK under Trump, Omarosa said "we'll have to wait and see".

Colbert then asked for further context for her comment about leaving the White House feeling like she'd been "freed from a plantation". "And so fans of the show I knew would appreciate that I knew all the inner workings and that I was being true to the essence and spirit of Big Brother", she said.

"It was part of a bigger discussion", Manigault told Colbert. Pictured: Manigault listens as Martin Luther King III speaks to the media after meeting with the President-elect at Trump Tower in New York City on January 16, 2017. "You worked in the Office of Communications, let's communicate how big the crowd was".

Omarosa went on to say that it was a dream to be involved in the show, because she was a huge fan.

Watch "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" weekdays at 11:30 p.m. on Global. "Simple as that. Perhaps BB can release the unedited footage".

"I'm obsessed with Omarosa's time in the White House with Trump". "The transgender ban, for instance, was announced on Twitter".

To start, Newman wanted to clarify - the storylines that have circulated regarding her exit from the White House have sounded more like reality television than the actual reality television show she was on. "For someone who is in communications like Hope [Hicks] and myself, that's not a thing you want to find out at five in the morning about something that will impact so many people's lives".

Manigault analogized her relationship with Trump to that of a "friend", saying that after 15 years of friendship she was excited to see him in the role of president and also "concerned".

When we got to the Trump inauguration and they said this is the largest crowd size, I was like, man, I've been to a lot of inaugurations.this wasn't the biggest crowd size.

"If my best friend was president, I would feel better", Colbert quipped in response. "The people wanna know!"

Colbert also ran through a lengthy list of the President's numerous attacks and missteps to get Manigault-Newman's take on Trump's behavior.

"If my best friend was president tomorrow, I'd feel better because she is way smarter than I am", answered Colbert. It was very hard, and my analogy of it being a plantation meaning an ecosystem where people feel oppressed is pretty clear - when you aren't allowed to do the job that you were brought to do.

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