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December 15, 2017



DAILYKENN.com -- Talk about "bite the hand that feeds you..."


Omarosa — the until-recently staff member serving Donald Trump — has declared a "black woman civil war."

The blackish woman who befriended Trump while appearing on his reality TV shows is apparently miffed after losing her job at the White House. 

From Fox News ►

Omarosa calls Robin Roberts 'petty,' declares 'black woman civil war

Ousted White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman has declared a “black woman civil war” on Robin Roberts — calling the “Good Morning America” co-host “petty” for dissing her after an interview Thursday morning.

Roberts fired the first shot when she snarked, “Bye, Felicia,” following the segment with the “Apprentice” star — a quote from the 1995 film “Friday” that has become a popular dismissive put-down.

“That was petty,” Manigault Newman responded to “Inside Edition” when asked about Roberts’ remark. “It’s a black woman civil war.”

Manigault Newman had gone on “GMA” to give her side of her Tuesday night exit from the White House — rejecting reports that she had to be dragged out kicking and screaming after being fired by chief of staff John Kelly.

She said she was the one who resigned, after seeing things in the administration that made her “very uncomfortable.”

But Roberts wasn’t buying it.

“She says she has a story to tell and I’m sure she will be selling that story. Yeah. Bye, Felicia,” the host said.


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