While many Black folks have looked at Donald Trump’s presidency with the angriest of side eyes, one Republican leader in Florida was still holding out hope for the change promised to African-Americans. There’s just one impediment, he said: Omarosa Manigault.
Omarosa Manigault tied the knot with Florida pastor John Allen Newman at the Trump International Hotel in Washington on Saturday.
Omarosa Manigault abruptly left a meeting of the National Newspaper Publishing Association after getting into an exchange with a reporter about an alleged promise of an interview with President Trump.
The two women, who were longtime friends, are weighing the status of their relationship after a series of emails led to a tense verbal altercation.
"The Apprentice" alum was harassed and heckled during a pre-birthday shopping trip at a Nordstrom outside of Washington, D.C.
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