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Now that Manigault has joined the cast of CBS's Celebrity Big Brother - which has aired two of its three premiere episodes as of February 9 - the former White House adviser has swapped one dysfunctional house of horrors for another. She opened up about her time in the White House, possibly in an effort to prove that she really isn't down with Trump anymore.

Check out Colbert's reaction in the clip above. The woman revealed that she would never vote for the president again!

In response, the White House reminded reporters at the daily briefing that Manigault Newman was sacked three times on "The Apprentice" - and once by the White House. "It just goes to show how stupid they are, or maybe they didn't think anything much of hiring her", Williams said.

Her confession comes not too long after she warned America that things at the White House are "so bad" and that it's most probably "not going to be Okay" for the people. "I would like to say not my problem, but I can't say that because it's bad". As Variety reported, Manigault tried to compare her allegiance to Trump to Pulliam's unwavering defense of Cosby.

"When you're in the middle of the hurricane, it's hard to see the destruction on the outer bands, if you understand what I'm saying", Newman responds.

"Should we be anxious?"

"All of the people around him attacked me", she said. "That's the same thing with me and Mr. Trump", Manigault said.

"It was a call to duty", she says. Whether for her politics or her general habit of sh- stirring, there are a lot of reasons the 10 other Celebrity Big Brother houseguests might not have been thrilled at her involvement in the season.

The reality star first met now-president Donald Trump when she appeared on his show "The Apprentice" in 2004, making additional appearances during the program's seventh and thirteenth seasons.

"It was like, keep her away from him", she said. "She has no contact now", spokesman Raj Shah says. The cast includes "Cosby Show" actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, Sugar Ray singer Mark McGrath, reality star Brandi Glanville, former MMA fighter Chuck Liddell, model Ariadna Gutierrez, actress Shannon Elizabeth, former National Basketball Association player Metta World Peace and Broadway star Marissa Jaret Winokur.