Piers Morgan Burns Former ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Foe Omarosa Over White House Exit

Reality TV contestant-turned-White House employee had previously called the British media personality “obsessed” and “really creepy”

Last Updated: December 13, 2017 @ 1:08 PM

Omarosa Manigault is leaving the White House — and her fellow “Celebrity Apprentice” alum Piers Morgan seems more than happy to hand Manigault her hat on the way out.

On Wednesday, following news that Manigault is departing Donald Trump’s White House in January, Morgan roasted Manigault via Twitter with a four-year-old Twitter exchange between Morgan and former “Celebrity Apprentice” host Trump.

In the exchange, dated March 10, 2013, Trump assessed, “Omarosa always promises and delivers high drama…”

To which Morgan replied, “And always gets fired…”

“This aged rather well…,” Morgan added in Wednesday’s tweet.

“Apprentice” alum Manigault competed on, and was fired from, the 6th celebrity edition of “Apprentice,” which aired in 2013 and featured Morgan as a guest judge.

Following her ouster from the reality show, Manigault had some choice words regarding Morgan, telling “Today” that he is “obsessed” and “really creepy.”

“I have never seen a judge stalk a contestant the way (Morgan) stalked me this season,” Manigault said. “Look how he is, it’s not make-believe. He is obsessed. It’s really creepy.”

Morgan’s tweet aside, Manigault ‘s impending departure from the White House has been characterized as a resignation, with White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders telling BuzzFeed in a statement, “We wish her the best in future endeavors and are grateful for her service.”

Clearly, such distinctions haven’t stopped Morgan from having fun at Manigault ‘s expense. In addition to dredging up the 2013 tweet, Morgan also commented on a tweet from CNN analyst April D. Ryan, which cited sources as saying that Manigault was canned because she was “very vulgar.”

“Omarosa was vulgar & cursed a lot? Nooooo, I’m shocked!” Morgan responded to Ryan’s tweet.