Things Got Messy Between Omarosa Manigault And Joy Behar On 'The View'

Amos Herrera
January 28, 2017

The women on the panel had some tough questions for her regarding some of his decisions and what her role is really about in the White House. Sunny Hostin came to the defense of her colleague immediately, invoking the Michelle Obama quote, "When they go low, we go high!"

To the treatment she received on the show, Manigault said, "I now work for the country and I take my job very seriously" after calling for a compromise of ideas. "No one uses me", Omarosa said. "What I will say is the American people can listen to me right now and right here". She then quickly pivoted to address her soon-to-be husband in the audience instead of answering Behar's pointed question, and earned a round of applause from the crowd about their love.

Manigault and Joy Behar exchanged blows over her support of Trump, as Behar repeated attempted to interrupt Manigault's long-winded monologues to interject on issues like racism, the "grab 'em by the p-y" remark and the fact that Trump was a reality show star. "When I see these families in Chicago, 700 or 800 families, had to go through what my family went through, I had to sit in the courtroom with the man that murdered my brother. You all know him as the president, I know him as a friend".

"You all can keep throwing things at me, I am not going to really fall for that", Omarosa said. "That's why I made it ..."

"I'd like to continue to talk about the election because it amuses me", she added.

"Joy, I know that it's got to be really, really hard after the a year ago and a half of all the things that you said about Donald to see him sitting in the Oval Office". She spoke of how well they got along, despite him being a Democrat and her being a Republican.

"He brings me such joy", she said in Behar's direction.

"I know it does", Omarosa responded. "I think what's more important right now..."

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