Andy Cohen Takes a ‘HARD PASS’ on Omarosa for ‘Real Housewives’

“Real Housewives of Dallas” star D’Andra Simmons suggested that the former White House aide would be “an amazing” cast member

It doesn’t look like Omarosa Manigault Newman will be joining the “Real Housewives” franchise anytime soon.

After “Real Housewives of Dallas” star D’Andra Simmons suggested to TMZ that the former White House aide would be “an amazing” cast member on the Bravo series, executive producer Andy Cohen weighed in on Twitter to kick the idea to the curb.

“Love D’Andra but that’s a HARD PASS,” Cohen said of the idea of Manigault Newman joining the show.

“She can scrap with the best of them,” Simmons had said to TMZ.

The former “Apprentice” contestant has been making headlines this week for blasting Donald Trump and leaking tapes that she secretly recorded while working in the White House. This morning, Manigault Newman told “CBS This Morning” that she had no choice but to tape conversations in order to protect herself.

“I’m the kind of person who covers her own back. In Trump World, everyone lies. Everyone says one thing one day and they change their story the next day,” she said. “I wanted to have this type of documentation so that in the event I found myself in this position where, as you said, they’re questioning my credibility.”

Trump later called her a “dog” and praised White House chief of staff John Kelly for firing her, further stoking the news cycle.

Despite Cohen’s pass, Manigault Newman is no stranger to reality television. She appeared on three seasons of Trump’s “The Apprentice” and a season of the dating show “The Ultimate Merger.”

See Cohen’s tweet below.