When a helpless Mathews asked Omarosa who in the White House could temper Trump and save the country, she looked down and replied "I don't know".
Asked if the USA would be "OK" in the foreseeable future, Ms Newman said: "No, it's going to not be OK".
"Does anybody say to him, 'What are you doing?'" Matthews asked.
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.
She also had a terrifying message for the country: "It's not going to be okay".
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She said Americans should be anxious.
"It's not my circus, it's not my monkeys", Manigault said.
The trick with a celebrity version of Big Brother is to force the famous faces out of their pampered comfort zones - you want them to show you that they're totally immersed in the full, grotty Big Brother experience.
"I would say it's surprising", executive producer Allison Grodner told Entertainment Weekly of the other guests' reaction to the former member of the Trump administration living among them.
Raj Shah was fielding questions in place of Sarah Huckabee Sanders Thursday and got asked about Omarosa besmirching the rep of the White House on "Celebrity Big Brother" the night before.
In December, some reports said she was sacked and forcibly removed from the White House grounds.
As if that wasn't enough, Shannon, who claims to be an avid Big Brother fan, later made a decision to share the one and only secret she had inside the house with Omarosa.