Get well soon, Omarosa.
Donald Trump's right-hand lady has sadly been hospitalized after suffering a leg injury, TMZ reported on Friday, Feb. 3.
According to the news outlet, Omarosa — who is the Director of Communications for the Office of the Public Liaison and allegedly the Assistant to the President — was rushed from the White House to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland in a government vehicle.
Omarosa and Donald in 2013. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
The 42-year-old — she appeared on the first season of The Apprentice in 2004 — was already placed in a boot last month, but it's still unknown if this new injury involves any broken bones, or is related to her prior ailment.
Omarosa's health scare comes shortly after she revealed her exciting engagement news!
The TV star and her fiancé, John Allen Newman— who previously met while Omarosa was teaching at Harvard University — announced their plans to tie the knot in late July 2016. This will be Omarosa's second marriage as she was previously hitched to Aaron Stallworth from 2000 until 2005.
During the POTUS' campaign, Omarosa made headlines for being named the director of African American Outreach. The two remained close following her success on his reality show 12 years ago.
In December 2016, it was reported Donald, 70, will continue his previous exec position on the long-running NBC series in addition to his number one duty of head of office.
“Mr. Trump has a big stake in the show and conceived of it with Mark Burnett,” his spokesperson said. A source close to Donald also told People, “He does not have any current or ongoing obligations to the production — it’s just a title to honor that he was a major creator of the show and takes a share of the profits.”
Donald was host of The Apprentice (which later became The Celebrity Apprentice) for the first 14 seasons of the series beginning in 2004. He gave up his hosting job in 2015 so he could run in the Presidential election.