She never knew what President Donald Trump might say next on Twitter. She wanted to be a calming influence, but other staffers in the White House tried to keep her away from him. She persevered because she felt it was her "call to duty" to be there.

On Thursday night's episode of "Celebrity Big Brother," a tearful Omarosa Manigault Newman opens up to another contestant about her time at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - and presents a not-all-flattering portrait of the president she served.

"I was haunted by tweets every single day, like what is he going to tweet next?" Manigault Newman tells television personality Ross Matthews in a clip teased on social media by the official account of the long-running CBS reality show.