E! announced the cast of House of Villains on Tuesday.
In the promo video, The Apprentice alumnus Omarosa Manigault Newman alludes to Donald Trump’s indictment related to classified documents.
“Listen boo, I worked in politics,” Newman says. “Unlike some people, I know how to handle secret documents.”
Who is Omarosa Manigault Newman?
Omarosa Manigault Newman, commonly known as Omarosa, is an American television personality, political aide, and author. She gained widespread recognition through her appearances on reality TV shows and her brief tenure in the Trump administration. Born on February 15, 1974, in Youngstown, Ohio, Omarosa first rose to fame as a contestant on the first season of Donald Trump’s reality show “The Apprentice” in 2004.
Omarosa’s appearances on “The Apprentice” and subsequent spin-offs helped establish her as a polarizing and controversial figure. She became known for her confrontational personality and willingness to engage in conflicts with fellow contestants. This reputation led to her being invited back for multiple seasons of the show.
In 2016, Omarosa entered the political arena when she became a prominent supporter of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. After Trump’s victory, she was appointed to the White House Office of Public Liaison, where she worked on outreach to African-American communities. However, her time in the administration was short-lived, and she left her position in December 2017. Her departure was accompanied by reports of internal conflicts and tensions.
Omarosa’s time in the Trump administration led to the publication of her book, “Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White House,” in 2018. The book presented a critical perspective on her experiences in the administration and generated significant media attention.