Omarosa Got Married

April 9, 2017 / Posted by:

One of president Donald Trump’s more unstable shorts sniffers got hitched this week. People reports that crazed former reality television entrepreneur and current White House staff member (*aghast*) Omarosa Manigault married Jacksonville, Florida pastor John Allen Newman at the (natch) Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C., yesterday. Above is a (but one of many) picture she posted to her Twitter with the caption: “Just Married!”

John proposed to Omarosa in front of his congregation in Florida in July 2016 after they dated for a year. She was previously engaged to actor Michael Clarke Duncan, who died of a heart attack in September of 2012 (we can assume that Michael’s family weren’t invited to the wedding).

The bride shopped for her dress with TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress host Randy Fenoli at Kleinfeld Bridal in NYC. He obviously has a nightmarish experience after he gave this Stockholm Syndrome-soaked quote to People.

“She was so nice to me! And I said, ‘You are so nice,’ and she goes, ‘Randy, don’t give it away,’” Fenoli told PEOPLE Now about working with Manigault for her big day.

Omarosa works as a communications official for president Trump. Her job function looks like it boils down to acting as a liaison for the black community to a president who once assumed a black reporter knew every other black person in Washington D.C. because she was black. Good luck with that, O.

Omarosa’s most recent claim to fame was allegedly verbally and physically intimidating reporter April Ryan during a confrontation in the White House. Omarosa supposedly told her that the Trump people keep “dossiers of negative information” on the reporters that they don’t like. Judging by Omarosa’s past behavior on television, I wouldn’t be surprised if she kept dossiers on her mom, the gardener, her wedding florist, certain members of Pastor Newman’s congregation whose hats she disapproves of, and so on.

Pic: Twitter

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