Omarosa Is Reportedly The Most ‘Despised’ Employee In White House, Has ZERO Work Effort And Is A Show-Off
Omarosa Manigault, who currently serves as assistant to the president and communications director for the Office of Public Liaison, is not very popular with her White House peers.
According to an exclusive report in The Daily Beast, Omarosa has quickly become the most “despised” person in President Donald Trump’s administration.
From The Daily Beast:
Colleagues regularly complain about Manigault’s behavior and work ethic. She frequently derails internal meetings with irrelevant or counterproductive interjections and she’s earned a reputation for attempting to micromanage White House communications operations.
Omarosa’s abrasive and disruptive style has landed her in the crosshairs of newly-anointed Chief of Staff John Kelly, who has sought to iron out the massive wrinkles in Trump’s White House by purging problematic staffers and insulating Trump from drama.
Another great tidbit:
White House officials say that during meetings that include Manigault, aides will often take out their smartphones and start messaging each other saying they wished she would stop talking or leave the room entirely.
Omarosa is also known for bragging. One such incident took place in April when the communications staff met to strategize ways to respond to an emerging story about whether White House and administration officials had signed an ethics pledge imposed by an executive order, and whether any had received waivers from provisions of that pledge.
Manigault attended the meeting, the Republican official said. But instead of helping to plot strategy, she bragged about the waiver her personal attorney was going to secure for her.
“What, you all don’t have your own lawyers looking into all of this, too?” Manigault asked her colleagues at one point, according to the official, who described the aside as counterproductive.
But despite some success in shaping up a White House that has been on a crash course since January 20, John Kelly has been unable to oust Omarosa, who speaks regularly with the president by phone, “even in the middle of the night.”