“I am Black, female, and Donald Trump is my friend,” Manigault asserted in . He judges them on their ability to do the job.” After proclaiming Trump Organization employs more women than its competitors, Manigault defended the 70-year-old’s racist rhetoric, some of which included backing increased stop-and-frisk usage to reduce violence in Black neighborhoods.“I never observed any of the behaviors attributed to him. The former “Apprentice” contestant cited her personal success and experience on the reality show as the reason why he is not racist.Black courting, African American dating is significantly different than some of the other cultural dating norms.And the great thing about our show being on TV One is that we can do it without ‘explaining’ the dynamics between black men and black women."Trump has named her his 'director of African-American Outreach.' You might know her from Trump’s reality TV show, .
Manigault was one of nine additions to Trump's executive committee on Thursday.
Theresa." (To clarify, Manigault's mother's name is Theresa.)"Ms. "More importantly, our community — you know, I grew up Youngstown, Ohio, just 40 minutes down the road — economically we're suffering. I went to my family reunion this weekend, and I know family members who are still unemployed, who are still looking for jobs.
Theresa 'Omarosa' Manigault pic is like this (because) I’m looking at her sideways," Lee captioned the photo. Looking for ways to fill their gas tank and fill prescriptions for their family.
He has given me a personal directive that with the 4,000 jobs we need to fill, he wants his administration to be the most diverse in history." She also praised Trump as being "open-minded ...
he does not judge people on their gender or race." Manigault also noted his compassion, citing two instances — following the 2011 shooting of her brother and the fatal heart attack that claimed the life of her fiance, actor Michael Clarke Duncan, in 2012 — in which Trump called her to extend his deep sympathies.