Former 'Apprentice' Star Omarosa Manigault-Newman Refuses To Address Questions About Trump During Police Brutality Panel
The former reality TV star, who now works for the Trump administration, was at the National Association of Black Journalists convention to discuss police violence. It didn't go well.
Omarosa Manigault refused to speak about Donald Trump at a panel on police brutality this weekend.
She is so deserving of this recognition.
I’m black and I’m a reporter. Those are two things that generally don’t mix.
"I am not sure what else you could call it,” says Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon.
I thank you for leaving a blueprint and legacy that we all can follow proudly on the importance of work ethic, setting goals, how to be a great journalist and more importantly how to be a great human being.
It's expected to be the largest gathering of journalists of color since 2008.