Once Repeatedly Fired Omarosa Manigault Has A Thick Chance To Join Trump White House Administration

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Once Repeatedly Fired Omarosa Manigault Has A Thick Chance To Join Trump White House Administration

Omarosa Manigault, the head of the African American, outreach may be on the verge for a seat in the White House. For the forty-two-year-old Trump advocate, she had many rumors on her for the position being the valuable asset and passionate vocal supporter during the elections.

Caption: President Trump and Omarosa both poses for the camera as the two shows their dedication for their country, taken on January 4th, 2017. 

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Even after having a huge responsibility for Trump’s African American Outreach, she is expected to join the president in White House. According to sources, she is to take over public relations, a job Omarosa is well known for, as she already speaks to the public about important everyday issues. 

If she were to be in her new position, she would be speaking to a larger audience and regards more to severe issues rather than only African American. As she says on PBS Frontline documentary about the presidential campaign

'Every critic, every detractor, will have to bow down to President Trump,'

As Trump is expected to take over the White House on January 20th of 2017, Omarosa is also to join Trump White House with her expectation is one of the imperative figures as public relations, fingers crossed. Leaving her previous job being the African American outreach director/head.

.@OMAROSA: "[President-elect @realDonaldTrump] is a winner, that's what makes him special. He likes to win, he knows how to win." pic.twitter.com/jq6La6bgLN

— Fox News (@FoxNews) January 1, 2017

Omarosa has had it rough to get the post she has now. She was first in the limelight starring in the first series of Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice” in 2004 and being “fired” by Trump from the show early, on the first season. She later returned in the” Celebrity Apprentice” in 2008.

On July 2016 she was named the Head of the African American Outreach for Donald Trump’s Campaign and soon in December 2016 she was appointed one of the nine members of President-elect Donald Trump's transition team. 

Now as she may be positioned to be in the public relations and no news on when she is to take her place, but there are still high stakes on Omarosa being hired for the job.