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Report: Omarosa Manigault Escorted From WH by Secret Service

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Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault (Chris Pizzello/AP)

By    |   Wednesday, 13 December 2017 03:33 PM

An angry and cursing Omarosa Manigault tried to get into the residence of President Donald Trump on Tuesday night and had to be removed from the White House by the Secret Service, according to April Ryan of the American Urban Radio Networks (AURN).

Manigault wanted to talk to Trump after chief of staff John Kelly reportedly told her "it was time for her to go [Tuesday] night," Ryan reported.

Further, Kelly told Manigault the president already was aware and had signed off on her firing, April Ryan reported.

"This is not like going to the principal's office," Kelly reportedly told Manigault, according to Ryan.

Ryan also reported Manigault had previously signed a negotiated resignation letter stating her last day was going to be Jan. 20. Unclear from Ryan's reporting is why Kelly terminated Manigault weeks ahead of schedule.

Also unclear is whether Manigault will return to finish out her negotiated exit.

The Secret Service issued two tweets denying that it was involved in escorting her out.

Manigault, the former "Apprentice" contestant, made $180,000 annually in her role as director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison.

During her argument with Kelly, Manigault took credit for delivering the black vote to Trump in the 2016 election, according to Ryan, to which Kelly reportedly said:

"No, that is not the case," Ryan reported.

The president, in a tweet Wednesday night, wished "continued success" to the former "Apprentice" reality show star to whom he once announced, "You're fired."

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Omarosa Manigault, angry and cursing, had to be removed from the White House by the Secret Service after trying to get into the residence of President Donald Trump on Tuesday night, April Ryan of the American Urban Radio Networks (AURN) reports.
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