Omarosa unleashed her own fire and fury at President Trump and his administration inside the "Celebrity Big Brother" house, and has a warning to all Americans: "IT'S NOT GONNA BE OK."
Omarosa was having a (seemingly genuine) heart-to-heart with Ross Matthews after he questioned her about working for Donald Trump.
The former "Apprentice" star says working in the White House was only about serving the country, and not about serving Trump. She says she was "haunted by his tweets every single day."
When Matthews presses her on the future of our country with Trump at the helm, Omarosa sobs and laments that "It's not gonna be ok," and that "It's so bad."
Omarosa and Matthews join Chuck Liddell, Brandi Glanville, Mark McGrath and Shannon Elizabeth on the first U.S. season of "Celebrity Big Brother."