Omarosa says “I am a bit confused as to why I’m the villain,” blames editing.

Omarosa says “I am a bit confused as to why I’m the villain,” blames editing.
This Thursday, we face our first post-Omarosa episode of The Apprentice. Although she’s now famous for being the villain, she tells TV Guide, “I am a bit confused as to why I’m the villain when these women have physically attacked me, called my character into question, called me everything but a child of God. [Laughs].” Omarosa blames editing: “All they showed was me grimacing and frowning. You have to acknowledge editing… I will say one thing: [The Apprentice] is reality TV, but unfortunately it’s not my reality.” Among other things, she says the “pot calling the kettle black” incident “was editing…I mean, come on. I’m an educated woman; I know what that saying means.”

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