There are many things about Omarosa Manigault that are befuddling. Like, say, why she enters every interview as if she’s Sensational Queen Sherri and everyone else is Miss Elizabeth or Sweet Sapphire.
hitched her wagon to another older man got hitched at Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
There is an old African proverb that has been passed down from the ancestors through generations of black people that goes like this: “Never trust anyone who lets people put their feet on the couch.”
“Conflict and controversy seem to follow Omarosa Manigault, who stirred up plenty of both as a reality-TV star and a longtime associate of President Trump,” Paul Farhi reported Monday for the Washington Post.
It looks as though Omarosa Manigault is throwing her weight around in the office and becoming a bully just like President Colt 45. According to the Washington Post, April Ryan, a White House reporter with American Urban Radio, says that Manigault physically intimidated her outside the Oval Office last week.
Hold up, hold up, hold up. It seems that the White House has slipped a little news past us while we’ve all been focused on IHOP’s offer of “All You Can Eat” pancakes, which has been extended until Feb. 12. Omarosa Manigault—yes, she of reality-star fame—will serve as part of the presidential delegation to the Republic…
Can’t a sellout shop in peace? Well, if you’re Omarosa Manigault, the incoming White House director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison, no ... no, you can’t ... without being called a whore.
In a so-called listening session last week to kick off Black History Month, some African Americans surrounded President Donald Trump at the White House, including former Apprentice contestant Omarosa Manigault and GOP political commentator Paris Dennard.
Perhaps after the now infamous Frederick Douglass debacle kicking off Black History Month, President Donald Trump wants to make it right with the blacks.
President Donald Trump was surrounded by all his blacks on Wednesday. That’s right; Omarosa Manigault and Ben Carson were there to hear Trump shout out Frederick Douglass like he was a new artist coming out on Trump Records, during what I believe was supposed to constitute some form of Black History Month appreciation.
African Americans seem to be the belle of the ball this election season, and so Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made his call to a mostly black Detroit congregation Saturday.
The entire congregation of a historically black church in Charlotte, N.C., supports Donald Trump for president over his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.
There is a little-known technique in some areas of psychology called “puppet therapy,” whereby patients use dolls or puppets to express emotions and points of view that they are uncomfortable saying themselves. The puppet becomes a de facto voice for people to vent their feelings freely and release their true thoughts…