Omarosa Manigault has her first new job since leaving the White House.
According to TMZ, Omarosa will be joining the likes of Diddy, Jay Leno, and Magic Johnson working for the American Program Bureau. She will reportedly be asking $50,000 per speech.
The bureau’s founder, Robert P. Walker, told TMZ that they wanted to book 10 appearances for Omarosa over the next three months.
“Since it’s Black History Month and Women’s History Month, I’m sure Omarosa will be in high demand, as she has always been,” Walker said.
Omarosa and the White House
Sure, it’s Black History Month and Women’s History Month, but we all know what people really want to hear from Omarosa.
She was Donald Trump’s Director of Communications for the White House Office of Public Liaison before her recent stormy exit, and since that time, she’s already promised that she has plenty of stories to tell.
The time is ripe for those stories, too, with Michael Wolff’s tell-all Fire and Fury book selling fast and provoking controversy everywhere.
And Omarosa may have the receipts to spill, too. She allegedly may have secretly recorded White House conversations. That is according to a source (who is definitely, absolutely, not Omarosa) who spilled the beans to the New York Daily News.
These sources also say that Omarosa has had meetings with high profile lawyers, including Lisa Bloom and Monique Pressley, the respective former counsels for Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby.
Omarosa, who has known the president for some time since her stint on the Apprentice, could reportedly make up to $10 million for a book deal about her time in the White House.
She was only one of two African Americans hired to work closely in senior roles with Trump and has expressed her “frustration” with often-times being the only person of color in the room.
But beyond dropping a few hints that are mostly just teasers for a book deal, Omarosa hasn’t revealed anything.
Let’s just hope this job doesn’t end with rumors of her being escorted out by security.