BREAKING: Trump Staffer Leaves White House & Leaks Humiliating Mike Pence Secret


Omarosa Manigault has been making her comeback on a new reality show, Celebrity Big Brother. She is a woman scorned by the White House, and she has been getting even in a big way. Now, she has warned the public about a “scary” VP Mike Pence.

The reality show star had this to say about the vice president, POLITICO reported:

‘Can I just say this? As bad as y’all think Trump is, you would be worried about Pence. We would be begging for days of Trump back if Pence became President, that’s all I’m saying. He’s extreme.’

Omarosa often goes by her first name and starred on NBC’s reality show, The Apprentice, before following Trump to the White House reality show. While there, she worked as the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison. Unfortunately, she was reportedly removed kicking and screaming from that job.

POLITICO reported that White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah said:

‘Omarosa was fired three times on The Apprentice and this was the fourth time we let her go. She had limited contact with the president while here. She has no contact now.’

Manigault said that Pence believes Jesus Christ tells him to say certain things:

‘I’m Christian, I love Jesus but he thinks Jesus tells him to say things — I’m like, “Jesus didn’t say that.” Scary.’

Pence explained how he got into the ultra-conservative religion after being a lifelong Catholic. He even considered becoming a priest, and looking back said he was “an evangelical Catholic.” According to The New York Times, he said:

‘I began to meet young men and women who talked about having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. That had not been a part of my experience.’

Patricia Bailey worked with at a law firm in the mid-1980s. The New York Times reported that she said:

‘He was part of a movement of people, I’ll call it, who had grown up Catholic and still loved many things about the Catholic Church, but also really loved the concept of having a very personal relationship with Christ.’

Pence met his wife, Karen, in the evangelical Protestant faith movement. Another attorney who worked with Pence said:

‘She’s been very much a part of his faith journey. He would refer to his wife as the prayer warrior of the family.’

His mother’s priest, Father Davis, spoke about how Pence’s religious move affected his mother:

‘You could see Nancy just shake her head about it. She was disappointed. She had hoped he could find his way back to the church.’

Pence voted for Democratic President Jimmy Carter in 1980, but as his religious views were changing, so were his politics. He stood with the Republican’s opposition to abortion and gay rights. In March 2016, Pence said:

‘“I sign this law with a prayer that God would continue to bless these precious children, mothers and families.’

Indiana political columnist, Brian Howey, once described Pence as:

“Pence doesn’t simply wear his faith on his sleeve, he wears the entire Jesus jersey.’

When Pence moved to Congress, he refused to attend any event where alcohol was served, if his wife could not come. Once, he said:

‘Christ Jesus came to save sinners, among whom I am foremost of all.’

Yet, during the 2016 presidential campaign, he had no trouble calling Hillary Clinton “corrupt Hillary.”  He gave a commencement speech at his alma mater in 2008 and said:

‘There was one other person I met during my years here who changed my life more than all the friends and family combined (Jesus). Thirty years ago this spring, I embraced the truth.’



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