Omarosa left the White House in a storm of drama after Chief of Staff John Kelly sat down with her and told her that her time was up.
Some reports indicated that Manigault Newman's exit was amicable.
As a follow up to the resignation news, Robin Roberts couldn't help but shade Omarosa's departure, commenting 'Bye, Felicia!'
Omarosa Manigault speaks to attendees at President Trump's press conference with members of the GOP on the passage of legislation to roll back the Affordable Care Act in the Rose Garden of the White House, May 4, 2017.
Now, can't you just hear DMX roaring in the background while this is going on: "Y'all gone make me lose my mind up in here, up in here".
Newman, along with Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson, were the only black voices among more than 30 Cabinet secretaries and senior staff members around President Donald Trump.
During Omarosa's first interview after her White House resignation/firing was announced Wednesday, the three-time "Apprentice" contestant told "GMA's" Michael Strahan Thursday that she has "quite a story to tell" when the time is right.
We are very curious to hear her side of the story as well!
The news of her departure had CNN Contributor Angela Rye jumping for glee during her appearance with Brooke Baldwin yesterday.
"She says she has a story to tell and I'm sure she will be selling that story". The White House did not respond to a request for comment on these findings.
As for outreach efforts to minorities, Sanders noted that there are voices, including Carson's, who play a role, but that Trump has also relied on some outside the White House.
Since her stint as a contestant on the first season of Trump's former reality TV show, "The Apprentice", in 2004, Manigault Newman has enjoyed a close relationship with the NY businessman, even after he uttered his "You're fired" catchphrase and booted her from the program.