Omarosa steamrolls the ladies of ‘The View’ before delivering Joy Behar a brutal parting shot

If Joy Behar thought she was going to get the best of Omarosa Manigault then she ought to have done her homework on the former Apprentice contestant who was listed on TV Guides 2013 list of “The 60 Nastiest TV Villains of All Time.”

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Manigault, who is now an assistant to the president, appeared on the ABC talk show on Friday and wasn’t about to be ambushed by Behar, or the liberal panel’s barrage of questions.

“I know it’s got to be really hard for you, after the last year and half [and] all the things you said about him, to see him as the president,” Manigault said to Behar “You have decided to continue to hit him, and hit him, and hit him.”

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Omarosa touted the accomplishments the Trump administration has seen in its first week but Behar and Sunny Hostin continued to hammer her with questions about her boss.

“Y’all can keep throwing things at me. I’m not going to fall for that,” she said.

Manigault explained that the Trump administration was not going to look into the past but to putting “America first.” But Behar jumped in and interrupted her.

“Can we see his tax returns do you think?” Behar asked.

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Manigault ignored the question and began talking about her fiance in the audience.

But Behar continued talking about Trump’s taxes.

“He brings me such joy, Joy,” Manigault said before hitting her with a brutal zinger.

“And I hope that you one day, you could find that kind of joy, Joy, in your life.”

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Joy was clearly livid, and looked a little dazed. It might be a while, if ever, before Omarosa is invited back.

The beginning part of the segment can be watched below:

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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