Omarosa Manigault — who infamously said detractors would all “bow down” to President Trump — can be a little dismissive as well.

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In denying that she’s leaving her White House job to join Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta, Manigault was said to be “too busy running the country.”

That’s what Andy Cohen, executive producer of the show, said in a tweet.

“Posting a photo of daytime talk show host Wendy Williams tweeting about the casting rumor, Manigault wrote: ‘No truth to this rumor. Thxs Mrs. Newman,’” said the New York Daily News.

Manigault, the former “Apprentice” star who is Trump’s director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison, may have started the casting gossip after cast member Phaedra Parks was spotted at Manigault’s wedding to pastor John Allen Newman.

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