"I felt like it was a call to duty, I felt like I was serving my country by serving him", Manigault said. She maintained that she was not fired by the administration, but that she resigned to Chief of Staff John Kelly in the situation room.
"Omarosa had everything to lose..."
She responded, "Honey, I tried to be that person and then all of the people around him attacked me".
Manigault Newman continued, "It's not my circus".
On Thursday's episode, she was asked whether she would vote for Trump in 2020.
Mathews and Winokur said that Manigault had been hospitalized, but suggested the health scare was not serious.
Manigault Newman joined the show, which premiered earlier this week, after leaving the White House in December.
The Trump-aide turned Trump-hater compared her relationship with the president to that of housemate Keshia Knight Pulliam - who played the lovable Rudy on the hit family sitcom "The Cosby Show" - with Bill Cosby. "She has no contact now".
There was much buzz around Omarosa's exit from the White House, as many disputed whether or not the ex-aide was physically removed from the premises, escorted away, or left on her own terms. "Celebrities, you better watch your back", said Manigault Newman, who was named one of TV Guide's "60 Nastiest TV Villains of All Time" in 2013. I mean, I did, but I didn't, you know what I mean?
Oh, and of course we should point out that there were all sorts of stupid conspiracy theories in the house that she was off somewhere sleeping to gain an advantage during the Power of Veto Competition, as though anyone is able to actually sleep all that well there.