Omarosa latest White House staffer to go

Omarosa Manigault Newman and President Trump in better days

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"Manigault-Newman also was unwilling to talk about Trump's civil rights record in the wake of his visit to the opening of a new museum in MS on Saturday and her refusal to be a public advocate for the White House as its most prominent African American woman culminated on Tuesday night in a meeting with chief of staff John Kelly and several lawyers in the White House Situation Room that the source said ended with her departure from the administration", The Guardian adds.

Kelly, the retired Marine general who had made it his mission to tighten White House operations and streamline how Trump gets information, has told aides that he wanted to curtail the number of White House officials with ill-defined positions and responsibilities. She says he learned of her departure by watching the news. "[Chief of Staff] John Kelly and I had a very straightforward discussion about concerns that I had, issues that I raised and, as a result, I resigned", she said.

"I resigned, and I didn't do that in the residence as being reported", Omarosa said in an interview on "Good Morning America".

Following the interview, Roberts said on air, "She says she has a story to tell and I'm sure she will be selling that story".

Connors went on to say that the black leaders in the GOP were asked for a list of names for people of color who could work in the administration, but those people never got a call from the White House.

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FILE - In this February 1, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting on African American History Month in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington.

Omarosa vaguely referred to things she observed in the White House that she was troubled by that had affected "her people", and she said she looked forward to telling her "profound" story about her experiences.

She elaborated that she had exclusive access to the president which created a rift between her and other White House members. "I wish you continued success". "I have seen things that made me uncomfortable, upset me... and affected my community and my people".

"That was petty", Manigault told Inside Edition. It is a black woman civil war'.

"People have always been unsure what she did at the White House", a former Trump administration official told CNN.

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