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When Omarosa Manigault was cast on the first season of Donald Trump’s reality show “Celebrity Apprentice,” it seemed an unusual fit.

“I adore you,” Trump told her in a 2013 episode of “All-Star Celebrity Apprentice,” a subsequent spin-off that convened “Celebrity Apprentice” contestants from previous seasons. You helped make ‘The Apprentice.’ You helped to make me a star.” A moment later, Trump “fired” her, the third time he’d done so on national television. Now, Trump has cast Manigault in another unlikely role, as an adviser in his White House — a twist that would seem implausible even on reality TV.

With the Oc brawl and other incidents in between seasons of Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise being reported almost on a daily to weekly basis, I can’t help but begin to wonder if I should start tagging these reports as spoilers. After reporting this weekend about the Real Housewives of Orange County fight between Tamra Barney and Jeana Keough, I knew it wouldn’t be long before another cast would try to up the ante.

Just imagine sitting down and watching these events transpire without the previous knowledge of what’s to come? I also would be a bit richer if I had of betted on the New Jersey cast being the contenders for the Real Housewives Gone Wild crown.

He judges them on their ability to do the job,” she wrote of the real estate mogul.

Addressing claims of sexism, Manigault said Trump’s companies have more female executives than his competition and pays them more, and pointed out his daughter Ivanka Trump “is about to take over the company.” During the campaign, a leaked 2005 Access Hollywood video surfaced in which the Republican could be heard bragging to journalist Billy Bush about grabbing women by the genitals.

“He spoke very openly at the convention about his desire that there be equality for LGBT people, for all people.

These are things that have come out of his own mouth,” Manigault wrote.

Omarosa Manigault has penned a passionate essay defending her former Apprentice boss, Donald Trump, against allegations of racism and sexism, and revealing how the president-elect was there for her after her brother’s murder and the sudden death of her then-fiancé, actor Michael Clarke Duncan.“I’m black, female, and Donald Trump is my friend,” the former reality star wrote in The Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday, December 6.