She went on to break her silence about what she went through as Trump's Director of Communications. "She has no contact now". Whether for her politics or her general habit of sh- stirring, there are a lot of reasons the 10 other Celebrity Big Brotherhouseguests might not have been thrilled at her involvement in the season. "I " d like to say, 'Not my problem, ' but I can't say that because it's bad".
Meanwhile, the White House has tried to distance itself from Omarosa since her new reality TV stint began. The broadcast then cut to a clip from a scene of Omarosa discussing the Trump administration on Celebrity Big Brother with fellow contestant, Ross Matthews, 38.
On the one hand, Omarosa is known for being dramatic (that whole unauthorized wedding photos in the White House thing). For Newman Manigault, it was a sense of patriotic duty, not serving Trump. "I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him ... it was always about the country". She told her co-stars and housemates when they asked why she ever agreed to it that she felt like it was her responsibility to serve under Trump. "It's not", she told him.
In her confessional interviews, Manigault is all scheming smirks as she says that she's "very competitive" but knows that she needs to build "a very strong social game" if she's got any shot at winning a game in which the players have to evict someone every week.
Washington was going to be a laughingstock when they lose Cousins for nothing after paying him $43 million the last two years. ET every day! The Redskins, with Robert Griffin III on the roster and with uncertainty over Cousins' future, wanted to wait.
The report pushes for greater government intervention, but an Axios source said a recent version took a more neutral stance. The senior administration official told USA TODAY that the reported memo is an old one, but its stated strategy is correct.
Salah's electric pace has frightened Premier League defenders this season, even the most seasoned of pros have been put to shame. Salah is only 25, and has become the main man under Jurgen Klopp following Philippe Coutinho's £142m move to Barcelona .
The intimate ceremony was followed by a reception in the backyard of the Scream Queens actor's Beverly Hills home. The couple tied the knot on Saturday at the Little Brown Church in Studio City, California, reports People .
Kakuma refugee camp hosts around 186,600 refugees and asylum-seekers, the majority of whom, around 106,000, are from South Sudan. Companies and entities seeking a license to export defense materials to South Sudan will be denied under the new restrictions.
Hamas - which has controlled the Gaza Strip for more than a decade - had already been on the U.S. terror blacklist since 1997. Haniyeh responded to that announcement with a call for a "comprehensive, popular intifadah" to confront Israel and the US.
Not much was said as officers from the LAPD moved the body of Mark Salling , 35, from where it was found on January 30. Salling is the second member of the Glee cast to pass away, co-star Cory Monteith died of a drug overdose in 2013.
He was unable to clarify if any injuries are life-threatening, but added there are no more people on the train . Smith and his friend walked to the crash site and saw passengers of all ages beginning to exit the train .
The Cobb County Police Department says they inadvertently sent a robocall about this alert to residents Friday night. If you receive a message or email containing child pornography, police recommend immediately deleting it.
Over the weekend, Volkswagen apologised for the misconduct and lack of judgment of some individuals, calling the trials a mistake. But the Stuttgart-based Zeitung revealed that research conducted at the University of Aachen also involved human volunteers.
Pence in Japan to boost pressure on North Korea
But South Korea has been flexible with these rules as it accommodates the North Koreans to the Pyeongchang Games. Now South Korean officials are debating if they can even fuel the ship for the North Koreans .
Latest iOS beta shows how battery health settings will work
In January, Apple it would allow users to use a new UI tool to turn off the power management feature that slows down old iPhones . According to the Wall Street Journal , Apple is in talks with Goldman Sachs to offer easy loans to people buying Apple products.
Powell Sworn In As New Fed Chief
But he said he and the other Fed officials will "remain vigilant and we are prepared to respond to evolving risks". Economists widely expect the Fed to hike interest rates three times this year, with the first coming in March.
Julian Assange arrest warrant still valid, judge rules
Earlier on Tuesday senior district judge Emma Arbuthnot ruled that Mr Assange's warrant for breaching bail conditions still stood. Swedish prosecutors were investigating allegations of sexual assault and rape made by two women in 2010.
Wall Street retreats from record levels as Apple weighs
According to Bespoke Investment Group the S&P 500 could end its record streak without consecutive declines of 0.5 per cent. The index closed down 362.59 points at 26,076.89 in NY , with the broader S&P 500 index falling 31.10 points to 2,822.43.
SpaceX sets Falcon Heavy launch date
This makes it 45% more expensive than the Falcon 9, a rocket that has been traditionally used by SpaceX for most of its missions. Described as the world's most powerful rocket built to date, the Falcon Heavy stands at 229 feet and measures 40 feet wide.