‘If Trump loses, he’ll make li

US President Donald Trump and former White House aide Donald Trump
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‘If Trump loses, he’ll make life very difficult,’ says former aide

Omarosa Manigault-Newman had been on the campaign trail with Donald Trump in 2016. She was subsequently appointed to the White House to reach out to black colleges and universities and work on racial disparities in the military justice system

‘If Trump loses, he’ll make li

US President Donald Trump and former White House aide Donald Trump
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Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a woman who was once considered one of President Donald Trump’s trusted friends and associates, has thrown her weight behind former vice president, Joe Biden.

In an interview with Extra, Manigault-Newman predicted Biden would win the 3 November election.

“I certainly believe that Biden-Harris will win on Tuesday,” she said.

“But yes, he is going to make life very, very difficult for us in the event that he does lose. It’s going to be a tumultuous transition — trust me”

Manigault-Newman’s relationship with Trump dates back to 2003, when she became a breakthrough star in his hit reality television series The Apprentice.

She further expressed support for Biden’s running mate, Kamala Harris, whose pick for vice president is considered pioneering. If elected, she would be the first African American vice president.

“For me it’s a very special moment… to see her go through this journey and end up where she is is pretty remarkable. But it’s also very inspiring for me as a young politico who has seen how different it is to navigate those troubled waters,”

Former White House Staffer, Omarosa Manigault-Newman

Omarosa Manigault-Newman: Trump is ‘unhinged’

Manigault-Newman also talked about Trump’s wife, First Lady Melania , claiming she will likely divorce him after finishing his term in office.

“What I’ve observed over the last 17 years … Sometimes they like each other and other times she’s repulsed by him,” she said.

Having served a little over a year in the White House between 2017 and 2018, Manigault-Newman was the first senior Trump staffer to write an explosive tell-all book about her controversial appointment.

She served as the assistant to the president and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison but was fired by then chief of staff, General John Kelly, who himself has a strained relationship with Trump.

In her book Unhinged, Omarosa is nothing short of scathing in her account of the ongoings of the White House. She made bombshell claims, including that his mental health was deteriorating and that Trump’s vice president Mike Pence (along with his team) were simply biding their time until Trump is impeached or resigns.