Democrats are waging a “black woman civil war” against Trump aide Omarosa, the Assistant to the President claims.
White House Public Liason Director Omarosa Manigault Newman, better known by her first name, called attacks from black women such as Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts and CNN analyst April Ryan “petty.”
“It’s a black woman civil war,” Omarosa told Inside Edition.
A false report circulated by Ryan Wednesday claimed Omarosa became violent and combative when told she was fired by the Trump administration.
The former Apprentice star refuted Ryan’s report in an interview with ABC News, saying Ryan was settling a “personal vendetta” against her.
“The assertion that I would do that in front of 600 guests at a Christmas party and no one has reported that except for one individual who has a personal vendetta against me, and I have to tell you… completely false reporting.”
“No one else has reported what she’s reporting and this is the one person who has attacked me for the last year and so you know this is personal,” she continued.
The White House, as well as the Secret Service both confirmed no such incident took place.
Following colleague Michael Strahan’s interview with Omarosa, Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts also made a snide remark toward Omarosa Thursday.
“She says she has a story to tell and I’m sure she will be selling that story. Yeah. Bye Felicia,” Roberts stated.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders addressed Omarosa’s departure in a statement Wednesday, saying she had resigned and would leave her position on January 20.