It’s sheltered to state Robin Roberts isn’t excessively vexed about Omarosa Manigault Newman’s takeoff from the White House.
Roberts, co-host of ABC’s “Great Morning America,” had two cheeky separating words for Newman, the disputable unscripted television star who left her position in President Donald Trump’s White House: “Bye Felicia.”
Newman showed up on “Great Morning America” Thursday to deny reports that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly terminated her from her activity as executive of interchanges for the Public Liaison Office.
Newman said amid the meeting that she had “seen things” amid her opportunity in the White House that made her “awkward and “profoundly” influenced her. She said she planned to advise her “significant story” when the time is correct.
Roberts crushed in a burrow at Newman before moving onto the following feature, proposing the “Disciple” star would
“She said she has a story to tell,” Roberts said. “And I’m sure she’ll be selling that story. … Bye Felicia.”
The internet lit up with love for Roberts’ diss.