She was fired three times by TV personality Donald Trump from The Apprentice. Now she's out from her job as an aide to President Trump. The White House said Omarosa Manigault Newman — who usually went by just Omarosa — resigned Tuesday. Newman, 43, a former Democrat, parlayed her role as the arch-villain contestant on Trump's reality show into a job as the top-ranking African American inside the Trump White House. Her duties included outreach to historically black colleges and examining racial disparities in the military justice system. She leaves now "to pursue other opportunities."
Poll shows Americans agree: Time for sexual misconduct to stop
Americans don't see eye to eye on most things, but they do seem to agree that sexual harassment on the job must stop. A USA TODAY/Suffolk poll shows men and women — Republicans and Democrats — say sexual misconduct is a major issue that needs real solutions. Fewer than one in five said too much was being made of the furor that has rattled Hollywood, politics, the news media and more. That doesn't mean we're close to an answer. A significant group — one in three women and one in four men — said they weren't sure whom to believe when an accusation is made. And one-third of the women surveyed said they had to deal with unwanted sexual advances on the job.
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