On this weekend’s episode of Keeping Up With the Real Apprentices of The White HouseOmarosa Manigault – who prefers you call her just, ‘Omarosa’, despite her official government position – got married to Florida pastor John Allen Newman in the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Last week, if you recall, there was some drama centered around financial disclosure forms released in which it was revealed that Omarosa received an estimated $25,000 in merchandise from Kleinfeld Bridal for an appearance on the TLC show Say Yes To The Dress. This week, she clapped back at the haters who cited possible “ethics” violations by wearing the dress to her wedding.

She even posted a picture of her in the dress, laughing at a hater off-screen to Twitter, the official website of The White House.

Omarosa was joined by her White House co-star – and counselor to President Donald Trump  – Kellyanne Conway.

The failing Washington Post – one of the most hated characters in this season of White House – reported that 150 people attended Omarosa’s wedding including Trump Organization executive Lynne PattonReal Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks (maybe a cross-over episode in the works?!?), YouTube Trump supporters Diamond and Silk, and District socialite Paul Wharton.

Originally, the wedding was to be held in Jacksonville, Fla., but was relocated after security concerns forced the move to a different swamp.

Toward the end of the episode, while the couple was taking their vows, Omarosa felt hers needed some real White House flair. Rather than say “take this man for richer or for poorer,” like a peasant might say, Omarosa said, “for richer or for richer.”

Omarosa first got her start on reality television when she appeared on the first season of The Apprentice. Even though she was fired after week nine, her villainous behavior brought her notoriety and she was eventually cast in the first season of The Celebrity Apprentice.

She first appeared on White House during its spin-off in the fall of 2016, Keeping Up with the Real Apprentices of The White House: In Transition. On In Transition, Omarosa served as the Director for African-American Outreach. Although still a cast member on this season of White House, her new position is Director of Communications for the Office of Public Liaison.

President The Donald did not appear on Omarosa’s wedding episode. He instead was meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla. Maybe on next week’s episode, Omarosa will confront him about his lack of attendance.

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