The video inspired a rare moment of unity, as both conservatives and liberals alike took to Twitter to figuratively roll their eyes. Additionally, most people appeared to think this was entirely too predictable.
I guess everyone really is replaceable, and now it's just a waiting game to see who of the Trump administration bites the dust next. "She has no contact now". So far, on Celebrity Big Brother, Omarosa seems more focused on sharing her feelings, especially with regard to her former employer. "You don't drink the cool-aid for a candidate in this way - Which, by the way, I drink cool-aids for candidates all the time", she began. On Thursday, Anderson Cooper also lampooned her consistent whispering during a CNN panel full of people who seemed similarly amused by her dramatic delivery, while his network-mate Don Lemon had trouble containing his own laughter. But even given Manigault's roots in reality television as Donald Trump's righthand "I'm not here to make friends" Apprentice competitor, it's still jarring to see her on this show.
"It's just been so incredibly hard to shoulder what I shouldered for those two years because I was so loyal to a person", she said.
The photo, which honestly looks like a scene from a low-budget action movie, shows five former Trump aides, all of whom are no longer employed by the White House.
"I felt like it was a call to duty", she said. "It's not", she told him.
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And from the outside, can I tell you as a voter and a citizen, I never got it, why you went to the White House with him. The cast includes "Cosby Show" actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath, reality star Brandi Glanville, former MMA fighter Chuck Liddell, model Ariadna Gutierrez, actress Shannon Elizabeth, former National Basketball Association player Metta World Peace and Broadway star Marissa Jaret Winokur.