Omarosa is Out!

Red Sox Apprentice

Omarosa is Out!

Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth

(Boston Globe Staff Photo / David Kamerman 2004)

Original Apprentice Castoff Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth Gets Voted Out By The Nation

Red Sox Apprentice: The always scheming and repeatedly obnoxious Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth was dismissed from the field of 15 Red Sox GM finalists today. In a first for the selection process, the crack Red Sox marketing department allowed Red Sox Nation to dismiss a candidate via the BDD elimination poll, where Omarosa was overwhelmingly selected (22.6 percent of the vote) as the candidate to no longer be considered to follow in Theo Epstein's footsteps.

Red Sox CEO Larry Lucchino was not available to the media for comment, but issued a statement regarding The Nation's decision: “I applaud Red Sox Nation in its decision to say buh-bye to Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth. Frankly, she made my skin crawl, and like Donald Trump, I found her repulsive. She did however show great enthusiasm throughout the interview process and impressed John, Tom and I with a vivid example of her scouting prowess, which included her grand plan of recruiting fellow Surreal Life 5 cast member Jose Canseco to replace the soon-to-be-traded Manny Ramirez as our left fielder, a plan we are still considering. We wish Omarosa all the best in her too-many-to-list-here future endeavors."

Manigault-Stallworth, visibly upset after losing yet another high profile competition, had a few words for Lucchino when she exited Fenway Park last night. "I told Mr. Lucchino I thought it was ridiculous that he allowed these idiot fans to vote me out of the process," said an annoyed Omorosa. "I found the Red Sox management to be very disorganized and unprofessional in all my dealings with them. In addition, I have a terrible headache because I was hit in the head with a piece of cement that fell from the scaffolding behind home plate during a tour of the stadium. They can expect to hear from my lawyers and doctors on their negligence. And I'm telling Jose (Canseco) to stay away from these people, too."

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