A Donald Trump supporter may have just found a new way to send a heated political discussion completely off the rails.
Former “Apprentice” star and Trump supporter, Omarosa Manigault, visited Fox News Business on Monday to discuss the Republican presidential frontrunner.
Manigault, known for her fiery temper and cut-throat demeanor, did not disappoint when she made a comment about Fox contributor Tamara Holder’s “big boobs.”
The panel discussion, led by Maria Bartiromo, was debating Trump’s campaign tactic of politicizing 9/11.
Clearly, the women were not politically aligned and the train wreck started off with Bartiromo being scolded by Manigualt for mispronouncing her name.
“Let’s face it Ahmarosa, nobody thinks that George W. Bush is at fault,” Bartiromo said.
“My name is Ohmarosa. Ohmarosa,” Manigault shot back.
That prompted Holder to sarcastically correct Manigault on her name when she was addressed. That didn’t sit well with Maingault.
“It’s the same difference. You want to come on with big boobs, then you deal with the pronunciation of your name. Look. Donald Trump stands firm on what his position is, about us going into Iraq …” Manigault said.
In disbelief, Bartiromo interrupted and repeatedly asked Manigault why she brought up Holder’s boobs.
Amongst a lot of bantering and laughing, Manigault excused her comment by saying things were getting personal, and she had misspoke.
“I’m sorry, I should have called you a ‘boob.’ I should have called you a ‘boob.’ But let’s focus back on Donald Trump,” Manigault said.
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