As if that wasn't enough, Shannon, who claims to be an avid Big Brother fan, later chose to share the one and only secret she had inside the house with Omarosa.
Omarosa help in his presidential campaign and Trump made her one of his aides.
In December, some reports said she was sacked and forcibly removed from the White House grounds.
"I felt like it was like a call of duty". "When accepting a political appointment, it was always about the country". Mathews then said he had hoped to get her reassurance, to which she replied: "No, it's going to not be OK".
The Trump administration issued a rebuttal to Newman's comments during the White House press briefing on Thursday (8 February).
Newman also told Matthews that she "tried to be that person" who would talk sense into Trump and try to steer him from bad decisions.
In a sneak peek of Thursday's episode, which is part two of the mini season's three-day premiere, Manigault spilled some of her White House secrets to Mathews.
"It's not my circus, not my monkeys", she tells Matthews.More news: Military parade in N. Korea on eve of Olympics
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"It is a profound story", she told Good Morning America. "And then all of the people around him attacked me", she said.
"It's bad", she says, wiping away tears.
Every season for the past, I don't know, five years has featured a bold woman attempting to form a women's alliance, only to be foiled by the incessant bulldozing of men.
Ross takes a moment before asking, "Should we be anxious?" Each week, someone will be voted out of the house, with the last remaining houseguest receiving a grand prize.
"As a voter, a citizen, I never got it, why you went to the White House with him", says Matthews, a comedian an TV personality.
"I am the queen of the boardroom, and now I am the queen of the "Big Brother" house", she claimed.