Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman said she worked at the White House because she saw it as a “call of duty." In this photo, Manigault attends a nomination announcement at the East Room of the White House in Washington, D.C., Oct. 12, 2017. Alex Wong/Getty Images

Former White House aide and reality show star Omarosa Manigault Newman said Thursday she wouldn’t vote for President Donald Trump again “in a million years,” on the television show “Celebrity Big Brother.”

Newman said it was difficult for her to separate her long-term loyalty to Trump when she worked for him at the White House, which cost her many friends.

Newman said, “If we become friends, you'll see how loyal I am, like maybe to a fault,” CBS News reported. “It's just been so incredibly hard to shoulder what I shouldered for those two years because I was so loyal to a person. … And I didn't realize that by being loyal to him, it was going mean I was going to lose 100 other friends.”

The report further stated Newman compared her and Trump’s relationship with that of “Celebrity Big Brother” co-contestant Keisha Knight Pulliam’s relationship with comedian Bill Cosby. Pulliam, who was cast as the character of the youngest Huxtable child on “The Cosby Show” at the age of five, went to the court to support Cosby on the very first day of his sexual assault allegations trial.

However, on hearing this comparison, Pulliam tried to differentiate between the two because Trump was “running a whole country of people.”

Newman said, “We helped Cosby out – his impact on the black community is just as significant. … I mean people looked up to the Cosbys. It's the same thing. I will stand up to that 100 percent.”

When Pulliam asked Newman about the “hate the campaign kind of incited,” she replied, “When you're in the middle of a hurricane, it's hard to see the destruction on the outer bands."

The report then stated Newman told another “Celebrity Big Brother” contestant, Ross Matthews, that working in the White House was “100 percent” worse than being on a reality show as the former “wasn’t a game show.”

Newman told Matthews she worked at the White House because she perceived it as a “call of duty. … I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him [Trump].”

“I was haunted by tweets every single day, like what is he going to do?" Newman added.

Newman added she tried to be a person who spoke with Trump but was kept away. She also said she was unaware as to who was advising the president on different matters.

“It's not my circus, not my monkeys – I'd like to say not my problem, but it's bad,” Newman said.

On being asked if she would vote for Trump again, Newman said, “God no. Never. Not in a million years, never."

Deputy White House press secretary Raj Shah responded to Newman’s comments, saying the White House wasn’t taking her claims “very seriously.”

Shah added, “Omarosa [Newman] was fired three times on 'The Apprentice' and this was the fourth time we let her go. She had limited contact with the president while here. She has no contact now."

The report said a former White House official informed CBS News that Newman created problems even before Trump was inaugurated as the president. Regardless of the fact that many people tried to stop her from being hired, Newman had personal access to Trump, the official said.

According to reports, Newman reportedly threw a tantrum at the White House in December after she was fired by Chief of Staff John Kelly. Newman had also asked to meet Trump after finding out that she no longer held her position at the White House.

An anonymous source said, “General Kelly didn't allow her [Newman] to speak to him [Trump]. … That’s why she was cursing and threatening.”

The source also stated that Newman was escorted out of the West Wing of the White House. “It got physical and she [Newman] had to be removed.”