Here's why Omarosa was sacked from the White House

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Morgan showing his disapproval of her said he "wouldn't believe Omarosa if she said the sky was blue, even if I was looking at it and it was blue" and is of the opinion that she should not have been in the White House in the first place. "'How are your kids going to feel when they wake up and discover their dad's a f**king f*gg*t?'"

Piers Morgan has claimed that former White House staffer Omarosa once called him a "f**king faggot". In a clip from "Big Brother", Omarosa said, "As bad as you think Trump is, you would be anxious about Pence". What's the matter with you? Still, McCain - a vocal Republican - admitted that she'd rather have Pence as president than Donald Trump.

As a world-renowned journalist, Morgan has happened upon multiple "vile" human beings, including "dictators and terrorists and sex abusers and wicked con men", but Omarosa is "relentlessly loathsome".

White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah responded to her jab with an attack of his own.

Morgan said he was motivated to air out his accusations now after Omarosa served the Trump administration for a year. "He's extreme. I'm Christian, I love Jesus, but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things".

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"I was aghast when she joined Trump's campaign team in July 2016 as the "director of African-American outreach.' I haven't met an African-American in the whole country who would ever like to be 'reached out" to by Omarosa". "So everybody that's wishing for impeachment might want to reconsider their life", Manigault-Newman told the others.

Pence is known for his anti-LGBT evangelical views.

Omarosa with Donald and Melania Trump in 2004.

Morgan also accused the BBC of discrimination, saying that he was simply "highlighting BBC gender equality hypocrisy". In spite of her alleged conflicted feelings about working for Trump, Manigault-Newman insisted she "felt like I was serving my country, not serving [Trump]".

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