The Daily Beast reported that Omarosa Manigault Newman was physically removed from White House after being fired. Omarosa's [VIDEO] role at the White House is officially ending on January 20, 2018. "Omarosa Manigault Newman resigned yesterday to pursue other opportunities," White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in an announcement.

According to The Daily Beast, trouble started when she demanded to see President Trump after being fired. Omarosa felt her close history with President Trump warranted a face to face meeting. Omarosa Manigault first met Trump on his reality show "The Apprentice." Chief of Staff John Kelly is additionally claimed to have said to Omarosa that President Trump was aware of her dismissal.

The Secret Service issued a statement stating any claims of Omarosa being physically removed are false.

Omarosa battled with John Kelly

Omarosa Manigault Newman was hired as communications director for the office of public liaison after Donald Trump became president. No one was sure what her daily job activities entailed. Kelly was especially annoyed with the way Omarosa would bypass his authority and give Trump information that would upset him. She would come into meetings uninvited and try to take over. She also raised ire last April by bringing her 39-person bridal party into the White House without prior approval.

People at the White House are apparently happy to see her go.

Nevertheless, President Trump tweeted his support to Omarosa.

No longer close to Trump

It appeared that Omarosa Manigault became upset that she no longer had the president’s ear. Her access to President Trump had been severely limited. She believes she helped Donald Trump get the black vote. That statement is questionable. Omarosa’s [VIDEO] relationship with the black community has always been uneasy.

Her appearance at the National Association of Black Journalists' annual convention in New Orléans, was widely ridiculed when she refused to talk about the controversies surrounding Trump. She got into a heated exchange with panel host, journalist, Ed Gordon.

Many feel Omarosa may have begun planning her exit from the White House after President Trump’s visit to Charlottesville. Some felt his comments after the rally veered towards support for the white supremacists. The racially charged rally ignited several days of violent protests. Omarosa was silent on President Trump's response to the protest. As an African-American woman, his comments may have offended her.