If things inside the White House are as bad as she says, Omarosa ought to be testifying about this in a serious manner, in more serious precincts than a cheesy reality show.
Cody and Jessica were triumphant in the season finale of "The Amazing Race," but Ken Tucker wonders if the show can sustain itself like "Big Brother" and "Survivor" in today's world.
On "Celebrity Big Brother," Omarosa Manigault revealed that if you want peanuts on Air Force One, it'll cost you a lot more than peanuts.
On "Celebrity Big Brother," Omarosa said that one White House employee, Anthony Scaramucci, certainly kept things interesting.
On "Celebrity Big Brother," former Trump staffer Omarosa had nothing but good things to say about Hillary Clinton.
Omarosa told her liberal housemates on 'Celebrity Big Brother' that "we would be begging for the days of Trump back if Pence became president."
Omarosa is nominated for eviction after suffering an asthma attack, and happily gives Head of Household Ross Mathews a rough time.
Ross Mathews wanted her to say "Everything is going to be okay." To which Omarosa replied, "No, it's not going to be okay. It's not."
Shockingly, the legendarily unpleasant Omarosa turned out to be the most polite and amused of the new entrants into the "Celebrity Big Brother" household. Brandi Glanville? Not so much.