The former contestant on 'The Apprentice' is expected to be hired by the President-elect, the Associated Press reported, with a focus working on public engagement.
Twelve years after being fired by Donald Trump, Omarosa Manigault has been hired by him.
The former contestant on The Apprentice is expected to be hired by the President-elect, the Associated Press reported, with a focus working on public engagement.
Manigault joined the Trump campaign last July as director of African-American outreach. In December she joined Trump’s transition team executive committee.
In the first season of Trump’s former job as a reality show host, Manigault made an impression with a particularly relentless stay on the show and a memorable firing. She later appeared on Celebrity Apprentice in 2008.
Outside of reality TV, Manigault worked for former Vice President Al Gore’s staff in the ’90s and also pursued a Doctor of Ministry degree the United Theological Seminary. Manigault once worked as the vice-chairman for the National Diversity Coalition for Trump and was a CNN pundit.