Omarosa claims Bill Clinton had 'a whole line of women' in White House

‘It wasn’t just Monica’: Omarosa claims Bill Clinton had ‘a whole line of women’ in the White House in bombshell Big Brother VIP trailer

Omarosa Manigault Newman has made bombshell claims about former president Bill Clinton in the latest trailer for Australian reality show Big Brother VIP.

The former political aide and TV personality, who was ousted from Trump’s White House in late 2017, was questioned by her fellow housemates about her time working for the Clinton administration early in her career.

Omarosa, 47, asserted that Clinton, 75, had slept with multiple women during his two terms as President of the United States – not just intern Monica Lewinsky.

‘It wasn’t just Monica’: Former political aide Omarosa Manigault Newman has made bombshell claims about ex-president Bill Clinton in the latest trailer for reality show Big Brother VIP

‘It wasn’t just Monica,’ she said, adding: ‘There was a whole line of women.’ 

Omarosa was referring to Ms Lewinsky, who infamously had a sexual relationship with Clinton between 1995 and 1997. 

The scandal led to Clinton’s impeachment by the House of Representatives the following year.

Claims: Omarosa asserts Clinton (pictured in 1999) had ‘a whole line of women’ in the White House during his two terms as President of the United States – not just intern Monica Lewinsky

He was charged with lying under oath and obstruction of justice for the Lewinsky scandal and a separate sexual harassment case.

Clinton was eventually acquitted on both counts after both charges failed to receive the necessary two thirds majority vote needed for conviction and removal from office.

A young Omarosa worked in the office of Clinton’s Vice President at the time, Al Gore, as a ‘scheduling correspondent’.

Affair: Clinton infamously had a sexual relationship with Ms Lewinsky (left) between 1995 and 1997. The scandal led to his impeachment by the House of Representatives the following year

She was soon moved to the White House personal office and then the Commerce Department after that, where she held two different positions. 

She was reportedly regarded as ‘disruptive’ and was at one point asked to leave ‘as quickly as possible’.

Omarosa became a reality TV personality after her first stint in the White House, appearing on shows like The Apprentice and The Ultimate Merger, then returned to politics in late 2016 when she joined Donald Trump’s presidential transition team. 

White House aide: Omarosa began her political career in the Clinton administration. She is better known, however, for working for Donald Trump’s administration in 2017

She became an assistant to Trump during his term in office and was also the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison.

Omarosa – once arguably Trump’s most prominent African-American supporter – was  unceremoniously fired in December 2017 after reportedly being caught abusing the White House car service. 

She has since publicly criticised the Trump administration numerous times. 

Forced out: Omarosa, once arguably Trump’s (left) most prominent African-American supporter, was fired in December 2017 after being caught abusing the White House car service

Omarosa is not the only controversial U.S. political figure set to appear on Big Brother VIP.

Caitlin Jenner, who ran as a Republican candidate in the 2021 California recall election, will also make an appearance.

In the same trailer, Omarosa states that Jenner will ‘win points with Donald Trump’ if she takes her out of the competition because Trump will be watching the show. 

Big Brother VIP is set to air on Seven and 7Plus in November

Locking horns: Omarosa is not the only controversial U.S. political figure set to appear on Big Brother VIP. Caitlin Jenner (pictured), who ran as a Republican candidate in the 2021 California recall election, will also make an appearance

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