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Secret Service Deactivates Omarosa’s White House Access A Month Before Her Last Day Of Work

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Secret Service Deactivates Omarosa’s White House Access A Month Before Her Last Day Of Work




The Secret Service confirmed on Wednesday that former Trump aide Omarosa Manigault’s ID pass, which grants access to the White House complex, has already been deactivated even though her last day is set for January 20.

CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett reported that the former “Apprentice” reality star was escorted from the White House on Tuesday night after she protested the terms of her firing from Chief of Staff John Kelly.

Omarosa attempted to renegotiate the terms of her departure but Kelly refused.

She reportedly appealed her firing to Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter, but she also did not help.

Omarosa attempted to make her way to the White House residence to appeal her case directly to the president, but she tripped the security alarms.

Kelly became angry and had her escorted from the building, reports CBS News.




“Reporting regarding Secret Service personnel physically removing Omarosa Manigault Newman from the @WhiteHouse complex is incorrect,” the Secret Service wrote on Twitter.

“The Secret Service was not involved in the termination process of Ms Manigault Newman or the escort off of the complex,” the agency wrote in an second tweet. “Our only involvement in this matter was to deactivate the individual’s pass which grants access to the complex.”

The tweets came hours after American Urban Radio Network’s April Ryan reported that Omarosa was escorted from the White House grounds shouting vulgarities after being told of her termination.

President Trump thanked her for her service late Wednesday.




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