April Ryan shared details of Omarosa Manigault being fired from her duties at the White House. Ryan shared the info on her Twitter account and during a recent interview with CNN.
The White House, through Sarah Huckabee Sanders, issued a statement claiming that Manigault resigned and her last day would be Jan. 20, 2018.
However, Ryan said that White House chief of staff, Gen. John Kelly, was upset with Manigualt’s behavior. “He [Kelly] was tired of all the drama,” Ryan said of Manigualt. She said that Manigault and Kelly got into an argument after she was fired.
Manigault demanded to see President Trump days ago, but Kelly wouldn’t allow it. Manigault began cursing and yelling at Kelly and attempted to go into the residence where Trump resides in the White House. Kelly eventually called Secret Service and had her removed from the premises.
Throughout her tenure at the White House, it was reported that Manigault created drama. She knew how to push Trump’s buttons to make him upset. And after her marriage, she allegedly invited her wedding guests to the White House for a photo shoot without getting security clearance.
But there were also reports that Manigault was upset with Trump over his racist antics. She was upset with his reactions to the racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia and contemplated leaving.
Manigault stayed, but drama continued to follow her.
This is the second time Manigault has been fired by Trump. She was also ousted on “Celebrity Apprentice.”