Omarosa Manigault Newman may be banned from appearing on CNN.
Amid the former White House aide's exhaustive promotional tour for her tell-all book, "Unhinged," sources close to the network are alleging that not only did they pass on an interview with her, but producers have been actively looking to book guests that will have negative things to say about her.
"Don Lemon was offered one of the first cable interviews and passed," an insider told Page Six.
While Omarosa has appeared on MSNBC and several other networks to discuss her book and her time in Trump's White House, she has yet to appear on CNN. She was reportedly scheduled to appear on "State of the Union" with Jake Tapper, but the network cancelled her appearance at the last minute.
Insiders say that it's part of CNN's effort to paint Omarosa in a bad light.
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"They only wanted to book guests with nothing positive to say about her," a source told Page Six. "They were specifically looking for people who would provide a more negative slant when discussing Omarosa."
Omarosa's press tour has garnered countless headlines over the past several weeks, as more and more allegations from "Unhinged" come to light, including that the former "Apprentice" contestant has numerous secret recordings of the president and staffers like John Kelly.
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