Omarosa Manigault doesn’t appreciate Robin Roberts‘ “petty” response to the news that she’d left the White House.
Roberts didn’t make any secret of the fact that she was glad to see Omarosa go. The beloved anchor threw a “Bye Felicia” line out on Good Morning America on Thursday that summed up the mood of most people watching the drama unfold.
Manigault Newman had gone on “GMA” to give her side of her Tuesday night exit from the White House — rejecting reports that she had to be dragged out kicking and screaming after being fired by the chief of staff John Kelly.
She said she was the one who resigned, after seeing things in the administration that made her “very uncomfortable.”
But Roberts wasn’t buying it.
“She says she has a story to tell and I’m sure she will be selling that story. Yeah. Bye, Felicia,” the host said.
— UPROXX (@UPROXX) December 14, 2017
This morning, Omarosa appeared on Good Morning America with Michael Strahan to tell her side of the story. She claimed she wasn’t fired but instead resigned. She also claimed she wasn’t forcibly escorted from the White House, refuting April Ryan’s reporting. Omarosa said Ryan is the only one reporting that she was fired, and blamed it on a personal vendetta.
Omarosa brought up the fact that the Secret Service tweeted out a message asserting that they did not escort her off the grounds. However, the Secret Service did not say that a different group, like perhaps the police, didn’t remove Omarosa from the grounds.
But she had more to say after the recent attack on her made by The ABC host!
Speaking to Inside Edition, Omarosa said “That was petty. It’s a black woman civil war.”
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