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Friday, March 5, 2004
So Long to A Survivor and a Trump-in-Training

It was an emotionally charged night on two of america's most watched TV shows.

On "The Apprentice," after weeks of bickering with her fellow apprentices, and complaining about a questionably serious head injury, 30 year-old Omarosa was finally dumped by Trump. Her response? "Oh, come on. Bring it on, baby!"

Still the bright and confident businesswoman who worked in the Clinton-Gore White House, Omarosa today told "Extra" that she resented being portrayed as a well, a word that rhymes with "witch."

"I think that word is so replusive," Omorosa told us. "Every strong woman from Martha Stewart, to Oprah Winfrey to Hillary Clinton are labeled that name."

Omarosa maintains she sustained a concussion and head trauma after she was hit by falling debris as the apprentices renovated an apartment. Is she planning to sue the show?

"I'm not gonna be a baby and whine about it," Omorosa maintains. "I'm a tough woman. I survived it..."
On "Survivor: All-Stars, a brush with naked Richard Hatch was too much for Sue Hawk -- "I was violated, humiliated, dehumanized," she said on the show -- so she took herself out of the game and went home.

"Feeling Richard naked next to you is not a good feeling. That's all," said Sue.

Reunited on the CBS "Early Show" today, Hawke and Hatch agreed to bury the hatchet but will Sue actually sue, as she suggested on last nights episode?

"For the record there's no lawsuit," Sue stated. "(Im) not suing anybody over what occurred between Rich and I."

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