UPDATE: The White House has formally responded to Omarosa's claims, with WH deputy press secretary Raj Shah admitting during the Thursday, Feb. 8 daily press briefing that the administration took her remarks "not very seriously." "Omarosa was fired three times on 'The Apprentice,' and this is the fourth time we let her go," her told reporters. "She had limited contact with the president while here. She has no contact now."
If you were hoping that the inclusion of Omarosa in the Big Brother: Celebrity Edition house meant that she'd spill secrets about her time serving in President Donald Trump's White House, this is the clip for you.
CBS has released a preview of tonight's new episode, only the second episode of the season, and in it, the former Apprentice contestant has a stunning chat with Ross Mathews about what exactly was going through her mind during her brief tenure in national politics.
Despite his expressed trepidation over sharing the Big Brother experience with Omarosa, Mathews joins the polarizing woman in the yard, where he lets her know that, as a voter, he didn't understand why she went to the White House with Trump.