Celebrity Apprentice star Brandi Glanville recently opened up about her time on the show and her former boss, Donald Trump.
In the February 10 interview, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star revealed what Trump was like off-camera, and dished on her co-star, Kenya Moore.
“[Trump is] actually very, very kind. When the cameras are not rolling, he always gives everyone compliments and makes sure everyone feels good about what they did for the task. It’s not like, ‘Oh, you suck, you’re fired.’ He’s like, ‘By the way, you did a great job.’ I think he’s a lot kinder than people give credit for.”
When asked if she’d give Moore a job recommendation, the Celebrity Apprentice star said, “I don’t think she works… She doesn’t work.”
Instead, she’d warn Moore’s future employers, “Make sure you get her coffee asap in the morning, and carry her bags for her if she does work for you.”
Prior to her time on Celebrity Apprentice, Glanville feuded with Moore, and after the show, things haven’t changed between them.
“There’s a way you treat people and a way you don’t.”
Also during the interview, Glanville revealed which of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars she’d fire if given the chance.
“I guess I’d fire Eileen, just because I don’t think she brings anything to the table. I mean, as much as I dislike a lot of the other women, I feel like they’re good TV. Eileen is just kind of like, ‘Yawn.'”
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Glanville opened up about her time on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during a new interview on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered.
Speaking to Mary Jo Eustace on her Podcast, Glanville revealed the following, via Reality Tea:
“It has it’s ups and downs. It has definitely been a great platform for me – to have my books out there and other things that I’m doing – my wine, my app. So it has its pluses. but there’s also minuses. They only show a certain side of me because they can’t see me with my kids, they can’t see me doing business meetings. They only see me socializing with women who I probably wouldn’t normally socialize with. These women can be intimidating and judgmental and they don’t always show everything that happens. So, you don’t know. You think you had a great season and then you’re watching it and….”
Celebrity Apprentice airs on Monday nights at 8 p.m. on NBC.
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