Transcript for Omarosa Manigault talks about her resignation
Next tonight here, the latest white house staffer to depart, omarosa, a former contestant on "The apprentice," fired on that show three times. This time, she says she wasn't fired, but that she resigned during a conversation during the chief of staff in the situation room. Here's ABC's Deborah Roberts, one-on-one. Reporter: ABC news sources say she was fired, escorted out of the white house. But today omarosa Manigault Newman telling me a very different story. So, you're saying you resigned. You weren't fired? This was a conversation that I had with general Kelly, one on one, in the situation room. Reporter: In the situation room? Well, you know, yes. That's the most secure, private place to have a conversation like this. Reporter: Was it a tense conversation? Absolutely. I talked to him about some concerns that I had about issues -- about one very urgent issue and pressing issue that would affect the president. And so -- Reporter: An urgent and pressing issue that would affect the president in a dangerous way? In a big way. Reporter: So, what is that urgent issue? She declines to say. Reporters pressing president trump. Did omarosa share her concerns with you president trump? I like omarosa. Omarosa's a good person. Thank you all very much. Reporter: Their connection deep. Every critic. Every detractor will have to bow down to president trump. Reporter: Omarosa became the highest ranking black senior staffer. At times, it was very lonely, because a majority of them were white men who had their own agendas. If I were not in the room, then who would raise the issue? Who will fight for us? Reporter: So, who will fill that void? That's a question that you'll have to ask president trump and general Kelly. And Deborah with us now. Amid all these reports of growing tension within the west wing between omarosa and some of her colleagues at the white house, she told you late today that she's prepared to tell all at some point in the future? Reporter: When the time is right, David. She says she's going to share a lot about her experiences, the good and the bad. And talk about her frustrations. Like her boss, the president, she's pretty good at keeping us in suspension. All right, Deborah Roberts tonight.
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