April Ryan: WH officials texted me ‘Mission accomplished!’ after Omarosa’s dramatic firing
Omarosa Manigault is out of the White House, and according to American Urban Radio Networks reporter April Ryan, it was not a pretty exit.
“Omarosa did not resign. She was even escorted out of he building and off campus,” Ryan reported on Wednesday, citing multiple sources.
“She was very upset and said she wanted to speak to the president. According to sources, Gen. Kelly said the president was already informed and he signed off,” Ryan said.
But when Omarosa tried to see Trump anyway, shouting profanities and insisting that she helped get Trump elected by bringing “the Black vote,” Ryan said that Chief of Staff John Kelly “had it and got rid of her.”
“He was tired of all the drama,” Ryan told Wolf Blitzer on CNN of Kelly’s decision to get rid of Omarosa.
Ryan also said that Kelly was tired of Omarosa pointing out articles and other news pieces that would “turn the president’s mood.”
According to Ryan, Omarosa tried to go to the residence to talk to Trump and was stopped by security. When Kelly was alerted by security as to what was going on, Ryan said, he ordered her to be escorted out by security.
“This is not a place for things like that,” Ryan said. “We have never seen anything like that. There is decorum.”
While the White House disputes that account, Ryan insisted that the drama was there.
Okay the White House still contends Omarosa signed a resignation letter,” Ryan tweeted. “But Gen Kelly Kicked her out will high drama with the Minister offering vulgarities and curse words as she was escorted out of the building and off campus.”
It certainly seems like people in the White House are happy to see Omarosa go. Ryan reported that people there didn’t know what she did and were getting tired of her drama.
“One high-ranking Republican who text messaged me said that he got word from someone in the White House who said ‘Mission Accomplished’,” Ryan said on CNN.
“She did not have warm feelings with everyone there,” Ryan said.