Sherri Shepherd says Omarosa's black card should be revoked: 'She sold her soul'
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On Tuesday, Omarosa Manigualt-Newman released a tape in which Katrina Pierson and another staffer discuss Donald Trump's past use of the n-word.

President Donald Trump caused further controversy when he called the reality TV star a "dog" on Twitter.

Omarosa appears to have tapes to back some of the assertions in her new book, leading some Trump critics to (reluctantly) welcome her to the Trump resistance. Others are not as forgiving of Omarosa's past support of Trump.

Actress and comedian Sherri Shepherd is clear about where she stands on the issue. Interviewed by TMZ, Shepherd says Omarosa messed up and there's no going back.

"Omarosa she's like in that no man's land ... she's been let go by Trump and black people don't want her. Maybe she can go be First Lady of her church, since she sold her soul."