"I was haunted by tweets every single day, like what is he going to tweet next?" she said.
When asked whether there's anyone in the administration that keeps POTUS in-check, Omarosa says she tried to be that person, but she was attacked and eventually ostracized by the President's closest allies.
"It's so bad", she says, wiping away tears.
Ross takes a moment before asking, "Should we be anxious?"
Here's hoping the rest of the season brings more details about Manigault-Newman's dramatic ouster, which may or may not have included security staff physically removing her from the White House.
The former "Apprentice" star says working in the White House was only about serving the country, and not about serving Trump. "Like, what is he going to tweet next?" she said, in a clip uploaded to YouTube on Thursday.
"There's a lot of people that want to stab me in the back, kind of similar to the White House", she said.
Mathews, seemingly trying to pin Omarosa down on some form of accountability, pressed her further asking "Does anybody say what are you doing?"
"No, it's gonna not be OK", she says.
"I'm exceptional in everything that I do and aspire to do", the confidant Manigault-Newman said.
Ms Newman said on Wednesday's debut episode of Celebrity Big Brother that the feuding in in-fighting on the reality show was not unlike the White House. "I'm not there. It's not my circus, not my monkeys". "Don't say that, because we are anxious but I need you to say, 'no it's going to be okay'".
Newman appeared with Trump on the reality show "The Apprentice" in 2004, and joined his administration when he became president as communications director for the Office of Public Liaison.
If you are a Big Brother fan then you are in luck because the series is going to be airing four times a week and CBS All Access subscribers are able to watch security camera-style 24-hour access of the houseguests. Omarosa admits that she might have made the mistake of pledging her loyalty to the other women too soon, but now it's too late.