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However, she’s not saving all the juicy details for the book. “What he does is, tweet something controversial and the news will distract and spin...
In the montage, she revealed that she expects to be locked in a legal battle with the president over her claims. He’s going to come after me with everything he has. Donald will tweet something, insult somebody’s face and the press will be on that for three days and we push through sixteen unfunded mandates and nobody would notice,” she said.
Trump served as one of the show's executive producers.
In 2013, she returned to NBC for "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice." She said that she's going to enjoy her time in the "Big Brother" house away from "cable news, from Twitter, from newspapers, from the press." But what she won't be able to avoid will be the cameras at every turn on the show, which has a live stream for viewers 24/7.
It wasn’t just the black thing, it was the woman thing.” The Trump White House has fought back against Omarosa, with administration officials saying they didn't take her claims seriously.In a revealing clip released by CBS, while talking on "Big Brother: Celebrity Edition," Omarosa claims that she was shunned by White House officials because she is a black woman.She also spoke out about a potential tell-all book and what she really thinks of Trump's tweeting.But The Donald is not one to back down from a challenge.Don’t expect these bachelors to be the usual band of romantic wimps and brainless him-bos seen in traditional dating shows. If the “sneak peak” trailer (below) is any indication of what the show will be it doesn’t look good, however, that is just this man’s opinion. It may be compelling and “must watch TV.” The show is scheduled to debut on TV One, June 17th at PM.