Omarosa Manigault-Newman met her match when she tangled with Clay Cane, host of Sirius XM Urban View Radio on Thursday. Cane is an award-winning journalist and author who is best known as director and creator of the documentary Holler If You Hear Me: Black and Gay in the Church.
Omarosa was invited on Cane's show to pitch her book about her time in the White House as one of President Trump's trusted advisors.
Things quickly went south when the interview erupted into a shouting match between Cane and Omarosa, who filmed the shouting match with her cell phone.
Omarosa tells Cane "Do I have permission to talk? You are screaming, you're out of control. You have lost control of yourself."
Cane Demanded to know why Omarosa worked for Trump for nearly 2 years if she believed he was a racist.
"You were in that White House with a racist president. That's gutter!"
Omarosa's team urged her to get up and walk out, but she continued to yell over Cane. "I'm going to post this [cellphone video] so people can see how disrespectful you are," she told Cane.
Cane replied by aligning himself with "All the Black folks in media you've attacked."
Cane ended the interview by telling Omarosa she didn't have permission to upload video of him to the Internet. She responded by saying, "I’m posting it, b---h."
After the interview, Cane took to Twitter.com to tell his side of the story:
"In trying to interview Omarosa, she insulted my hair, called me ignorant, gutter and a bitch. She clearly picked up Trump’s habits," he tweeted.
YouTube snatched down all videos of the tense interview in response to multiple copyright infringement notifications.
Cane posted a clip from the interview on his Twitter account.
In trying to interview Omarosa, she insulted my hair, called me ignorant, gutter and a bitch. She clearly picked up Trump's habits... pic.twitter.com/nO5T1iklNM
— Clay (@claycane) September 12, 2018