- After Omarosa Manigault Newman was dramatically fired from her White House position on Tuesday, the former "Apprentice" villain reportedly attempted to enter the White House residence.
- Newman, who is reportedly close with President Donald Trump but disliked by others in the White House, was escorted from the White House grounds by Secret Service.
- The former reality TV star protested her dismissal, reportedly using vulgar language with chief of staff John Kelly, who fired her.
After Omarosa Manigault Newman was dramatically fired from her White House position on Tuesday by chief of staff John Kelly, the former "Apprentice" villain reportedly attempted to enter the White House residence to speak with President Donald Trump, only to be escorted from the grounds by Secret Service agents.
Newman, a former Trump campaign adviser who has served since January as the director of communications for the White House's Office of Public Liaison, was upset by the news of her firing, according to American Urban Radio Networks reporter April Ryan.
Newman reportedly protested her dismissal, bringing up her efforts to recruit black voters to support Trump during the election and her relationships with historically black colleges and universities. FULL STORY HERE
"During that altercation with General Kelly, Omarosa said that she had brought the black vote to President Trump," Ryan said in a Wednesday radio report. "General Kelly said, 'No, that is not the case.'"