"Omarosa was sacked three times on 'The Apprentice, ' and this was the fourth time we let her go", he said. "I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him", Omaroasa said.
Manigault said she "tried" to help keep Trump in check, only to be "attacked" by other aides.
Ross nods, appearing to now understand the untraditional appointment, but he appears to grow more concerned when Omarosa describes how she was "tortured" by the administration's tweets on a daily basis. "It's not going to be okay".
For more of Omarosa's candid conversation with Mathews, watch Celebrity Big Brother on Thursday night at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS.
Ross takes a moment before asking, "Should we be anxious?"
"Does anybody say to him, 'What are you doing?'" Matthews asked.
I also appreciate the comic relief from James Maslow, who's the person no one knows and all seem to treat about the same as if he was a cardboard cutout, which I suppose is not far from the reality.
She said that she's going to enjoy her time in the "Big Brother" house away from "cable news, from Twitter, from newspapers, from the press". "I'm not there. It's not my circus, not my monkeys".
"It's not going to be OK", she said.
When asked by co-star and TV comedian Ross Mathews if she was concerned for the USA under Mr Trump's leadership, she tearfully replied: "I'd like to say it's not my problem, but I can't say that because it's bad". "I'd like to say not my problem but I can't say that because it's bad".
"John Kelly and I had a very straightforward discussion about concerns that I had, issues that I raised and, as a result, I resigned", she said. I'll stick with Celebrity Big Brother through this week's episodes, but if Omarosa doesn't start being obnoxious, I'm outta there.