Omarosa Manigault talks White House exit

"The View" co-hosts discuss Manigault's comments on "Good Morning America."
4:45 | 12/14/17

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And that suit. Yes, he is. Fantastic. The white house has claimed another victim -- My god. Omarosa is the latest member of the administration to exit, and there are rumors that she was escorted out after making a scene. She told her side of it to "Gma" this morning. Take a look. I resigned and I didn't do that in the residence as being reported. John Kelly and I sat down in the situation room which is a very secure, very quiet room in the white house, and we had a very candid conversation. But when I have a chance to tell my story, Michael, quite a story to tell, as the only African-American woman in this white house, as a senior staff and assistant to the president, I have seen things that have made me uncomfortable, that have upset me, that have affected me deeply and emotionally, that has affected me community and my people. And when I can tell my story, it is a profound story that I know the world will want to hear. Oh yeah. The world is waiting. Well, if her job was outreach, why was there still only one African-American woman? Because she's really -- truth be told she's really a pariah in the African-American community. Why is that? Why is that, is she a pariah. You know, I think she's a pariah because she's always sort of been the villain and her job as the director of outreach in the African-American community was almost a slap in the face to the African-American community. I think the folks agree with me on that. But I know that she says that she was in the situation room, but April Ryan has been reporting otherwise. April Ryan said that general Kelly kicked her out with high drama, and omarosa offered vulgarities and curse words as she was escorted out of the building and off campus and that she tried to get back in and break into the personal residence. Sounds like housewives. April Ryan is reporting. That's just what she's reporting. Which omarosa objected to. She said it wasn't true. She did deny it but you are reporting what a white house correspondent said. What's fascinating to me about the trump white house in general, traditionally in politics when you're staffing for a principal one of the main things you want are people that are not going to be seen and heard and fade into the background. That's what great campaigns and great presidents do. I like working with people who don't want to do book deals, that don't want to guest co-host "The view." If you want to be in media, be in media. This new trend, I feel like everybody in the white house wants to continue on the president's legacy of reality television and continue to be famous and write books of such bad nature. There's a turnover rate that a find insane. Reince Priebus, shortest serves staff, Michael Flynn, James Comey, SHAWN spicy. And this turnover rate doesn't help the white house. Trump always said I'm going to have the best people. If these are the best, who are the worst? I think anyone can get on board with the idea of distinguishing if you want a public career versus you're trying to do politics, don't shop from the lot at the apprentice. That's where omarosa made her name. Who is Obama's chief of staff? Who was his bad man? Who is my father's chief of staff? You don't know these names off the top of your head for a reason because the people are truly dedicated to being in public service or truly dedicated to the white house or any other form of public service or elected office shouldn't want in television the way this white house seems to want. She said you'll hear my story so I guess that means a book is coming, a tell-all book. Well look, you said some stuff here that -- you know, wasn't very nice but, you know, that happens. And you mentioned that we would all be bowing down -- She did say that. I don't know if we have that clip but you can look it up. She did say it. And so, you know, I hope you find something to do, O. I do, I do. And I hope that you find your people because maybe they're looking for you. The ones who are not checking in on you. She's been so nasty to so many women and so many women of color, so many women of color,

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