Omarosa Attacks Pence: “He thinks Jesus tells him to say things.”
Omarsoa continues criticism against Trump Adminstration
Trump’s former aid, Omarosa Manigault, a reality TV star who was fired from the White House, recently revealed the Vice President believes he talks to Christ. The reality star is currently on Celebrity Big Brother. She was talking about immigration and impeachment when she dropped her bombshell.
Omarosa Attacks Pence: “He thinks Jesus tells him to say things.” [/tweetthis]
Omarosa is the former White House director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison and personal adviser to the president. The reality star warned of a gloomier future should pence get the presents seat. She described him as an extremist. She put forward scenarios where the vice president always attributed his actions to Jesus.
The past couple of weeks have seen the former aid entertain viewers and her fellow housemates by sharing her experiences during days the President went on his famous twitter rants. Although her stint at the White House came to an end in December 2017, the former white house employee says that those experiences still haunt her to date.
Omarosa Manigault made her debut in television space by playing as an apprentice on President Trump’s show, The Apprentice. Her bombshell surprised the American public as both the President and his Deputy had received backlash from comments Trump made during his campaign. Trump had joked that Pence wanted to hang all gay people.
The reality star also took her time on the recent episode to debate the group on president Trump’s immigration policy. She issued a warning against the administration’s crackdown on illegal immigration. She disclosed in her former capacity at the white house had allowed her to see the presidents plans. Manigault claims those plans are close to being implemented and they will be aggressive.
A few people have attacked Omarosa’s comments as she is an ordained minister. They term her views as mockery as she questions Pence’s religious beliefs.