7 Facts About Omarosa

1. In 2013, Omarosa told business woman and former reality star Bethenny Frankel that white women can be "mediocre" and succeed, whereas black women have to be "exceptional.

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2. In 2000, Omarosa married Aaron Stallworth and separated in 2005.

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3. In the segment, Omarosa said that she was brought to the decision after traveling to West Africa, where she found herself alone in an orphanage with a little girl dying of AIDS.

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4. In August 2009, Omarosa enrolled at the United Theological Seminary in Ohio to pursue a Doctor of Ministry degree.

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5. In 2000, Omarosa married Aaron Stallworth and changed her last name to Manigault-Stallworth.

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6. In February 2018, Omarosa publicly criticized the Trump administration on the reality television program Celebrity Big Brother, and stated that she would not vote for Trump again.

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7. In August 2017, Omarosa was on a panel about losing loved ones to violence at the National Association of Black Journalists convention in New Orleans.

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