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Look at my career, the wealth and exposure that I’ve had: It’s very difficult to make the argument that Donald Trump doesn’t like black people and black women,” she wrote.The former reality star, who is the Trump campaign's director of African American outreach, is now working for Trump in a “national engagement role” on his presidential transition team, and said the 70-year-old businessman wants his administration to be “the most diverse in history,” including the LGBT community.She currently teaches in the Executive Education Program and in the Executive MBA Program at Howard University School of Business and is a surrogate for the Donald Trump Presidential Campaign. Her father, Jack Thomas Manigault, Sr., was a descendent of the Isoko tribe in Delta State, Nigeria, and her mother is Theresa Marie Manigault (nee, Walker). Her older brother, Jack Thomas Manigault, Jr., was murdered in 2011, and she has an older half-brother through her mother. She has an older sister, Gladys Louise Manigault. After graduating from The Rayen School in Youngstown, she earned a bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism in 1996 at Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio.
As for racism, the 42-year-old denied ever seeing any signs that Trump or his family discriminates, pointing out that the businessman had invested in her career, openly called her his “favorite contestant” and even backed her dating show spinoff, The Ultimate Merger, which featured an African American cast and was on black network TV One.“Truly, I am living the American Dream because of Donald Trump.
Omarosa (born Omarose Onee Manigault, February 5, 1974) is an American reality game show and reality show personality. She was a contestant on the first season of Donald Trump's original American version of The Apprentice. She later returned for the TV series sequel, Celebrity Apprentice, and the All-Stars edition of the show.
TV Guide included her in their 2013 list of The 60 Nastiest Villains of All Time..
He judges them on their ability to do the job,” she wrote of the real estate mogul.
Addressing claims of sexism, Manigault said Trump’s companies have more female executives than his competition and pays them more, and pointed out his daughter Ivanka Trump “is about to take over the company.” During the campaign, a leaked 2005 Access Hollywood video surfaced in which the Republican could be heard bragging to journalist Billy Bush about grabbing women by the genitals.