In these current times in American history, watching the news can be a daunting task filled with endless debates that turn into screaming matches between opposing parties. However, when CNN's Symone Sanders was recently asked to discuss Omarosa Manigault-Newman's new gig on CBS's Celebrity Big Brother, she reminded us all that watching the news can be a hilariously good time.
While appearing on CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, Sanders was asked about the reality star's recent episode of Big Brother, where she claimed to be mortified by what she witnesses in the White House. Instead of jumping right into the topic, Sanders came up with the ultimate reason as to why they should not be talking about Omarosa's reality show drama.
"Don, it’s Black History Month. We gotta talk about Omarosa?” Sanders asked.
"Carter G. Woodson did not go to the mat to get Negro History Week that eventually turned into Black History Month for us to talk about Omarosa on her apology tour and her attempt to salvage her reputation on a reality television show. Not during Black History Month, Don," she added.