Forget about fake news because, on tonight's all-new episode of Celebrity Big Brother, TV personality-turned-government aide Omarosa keeps it 100 when she confides in fellow CBB Houseguest Ross Mathews about her eye-opening time in the White House.
Watch the video above to see the entire conversation.
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While lounging in the backyard, Ross gently approaches the topic of why exactly Omarosa accepted the invitation to serve in the president's administration, to which she responded by saying, "I felt like it was a call to duty. I felt like I was serving my country."
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.
When asked whether there's anyone in the administration that keeps POTUS in-check, Omarosa says she tried to be that person, but she was attacked and eventually ostracized by the President's closest allies.
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"I'd like to say, 'It's not my circus, not my monkeys," says Omarosa, while wiping tears from her eyes. "I'd like to say, 'Not my problem,' but I can't say that because... it's bad."
Ross takes a moment before asking, "Should we be worried?"
Omarosa nods, which causes Ross to beg for some kind of reassurance that maybe there's still hope for positive change, but she can't offer any words of encouragement.
"It's not going to be okay," Omarosa says, looking down at the couch, still shaking her head. "It's not. It's so bad."
Don't miss the next all-new episode of Celebrity Big Brother tonight at 8/7c on CBS and CBS All Access.