Omarosa made an appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher Friday night. And she unloaded on several people in the White House including Ivanka and Jared Kushner.
On Friday night Omarosa Manigault Newman made an appearance on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. And it was really something.
Omarosa admitted in the interview with Maher that she never should’ve made the comments about “bowing down” to Trump at the beginning of his term. She called her comments “stupid” and “the height of campaign hyperbole.”
“You, of all people know about saying that one dumb thing,” Omarosa responded slyly, referring to Maher’s trouble in the past.
“You know you’re not the first person to try that exact joke,” Maher snarked.
When he asked her about John Kelly and Trump, Omarosa said, “They’re both very old, cantankerous, insane guys that are serving the purpose of enabling each other.”
“Kelly was this war hero and is now reduced to getting Trump diet cokes and keeping people out of the oval office,” Omarosa said of the man who fired her.
“It’s sad to see his reputation reduced to what he’s doing now,” she added.
At the end of the interview Maher asked Omarosa about Jared Kushner and Ivanka. Omarosa seemed thrilled to throw some dirt at Trump’s family. If the interview had gone on a little longer there’s no telling what she would’ve said.
“We call them White House Ken and Barbie” Omarosa told Maher.
When Maher asked her if Jared is smart, Omarosa shook her head no and said, “He is that guy in the room who thinks he’s the smartest guy in the room; he has absolutely no idea of what is going on. He doesn’t know how stupid he sounds when he’s talking at those meetings.”
When Maher asked her if Trump is really hot for his own daughter Omarosa quickly pointed out that Trump “would pat her on the behind” in the White House.
“He would kiss her on the lips; he would rub her for a very long period of time. It was awkward,” she added.
Ivanka “just loved…being Daddy’s Little Girl,” Omarosa said. “And always saying, ‘My Daddy’ and correcting herself – ‘My father’” – while feigning an accent.