Omarosa returns to 'Celebrity Big Brother' after being treated for asthma attack

Omarosa says she'd never vote for Trump again; White House responds harshly

Omarosa says she'd never vote for Trump again; White House responds harshly

Greg Gutfeld and the panel on "The Greg Gutfeld Show" reacted to the reemergence of former "Apprentice" contestant Omarosa Manigault-Newman to the public eye.

"I couldn't breathe", Omarosa says in the diary room.

Reality-show personality Omarosa Manigault-Newman was scheduled to appear on Sunday's episode of "Celebrity Big Brother" after having suffered an asthma attack that reportedly required hospitalization. Asked by Matthews if the nation should be anxious, she nodded yes, adding tearfully, "It's not going to be OK".

Manigault Newman rose to prominence after appearing on the first season of Trump's reality-TV show The Apprentice in 2004.

Omarosa went to the hospital last week after a dizzying bowling competition on "Celebrity Big Brother". and the game seemed pretty intense on TV. "She had limited with the president while here". "God no. Never. In a million years, never".

Manigault was formerly the White House Office of Public Liaison, until she left the position amid controversy late past year.

"Omarosa was sacked three times on The Apprentice, and this was the fourth time we let her go", deputy White House press secretary Raj Shah said in response to Manigault Newman's statements.

Some reports indicate she was sacked and had to be dragged kicking and screaming from the White House.

She says she'll be happy to be away from cable news and Twitter in the "Big Brother" house.

"It's bad enough I've got to talk about her in my month, and then you compare her to me", he said.

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