Former White House Communications director Anthony Scaramucci will join the cast of the CBS reality show "Celebrity Big Brother" in 2019. Omarosa Manigault Newman, who worked in the White House until December 2017, made it as far as the Season 1 finale of Celebrity Edition in 2018, just a few months after she was unceremoniously fired from her government role.
The former hedge fund executive lasted 11 days at the White House before being fired by President Trump in July 2017 after he gave a profanity-laced interview in which he trashed members of the administration. She told her housemates that the situation at the White House was "going to not be OK", said she was "haunted" by Trump's tweets every day, and compared her departure to being freed from a plantation. "I will refrain in this arena but not give up the passionate fight for Donald Trump's agenda".
Graham urging Trump to reopen government for a few weeks
The White House has been laying the groundwork for an emergency declaration, feared by members of both parties. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., a leader of the conservative House Freedom Caucus who speaks to Trump frequently.
Scaramucci has continued to be a consistent presence on cable news since then, coming on to talk about the President.
The financier and political consultant is set to compete alongside several other notable figures, including actor Joey Lawrence, former WWE wrestler Natalie Eva Marie, comedian Tom Green, singer Kandi Burruss and former Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte.
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The Pentagon complied with the National Security Council's request to develop options for striking Iran, the officials said. The three mortars, however, landed in an open lot and nobody was harmed in the attack.
The cast of Big Brother: Celebrity Edition's second season has been revealed by CBS, and there's a little something for everyone in this wild - and we mean truly wild - mix of upcoming houseguests. Simpson houseguest Kato Kaelin and Dina Lohan when the show's second season premieres on January 21.
The 12 of them will be competing for the show's $250,000 prize, which will be awarded when the season finale airs on February 13.
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The two lawmakers have since criticized the USCIS for delaying the delivery of the report for more than a year. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) approved thousands of child bride requests between 2007 and 2017.
Julie Chen Moonves will return as host of the show.