The reality-TV star, who went on to serve as an aide to the Trump administration, made headlines when she told fellow BB houseguest Ross Mathews that the country was "not going to be OK" under the leadership of her former Apprentice boss. Speaking to Colbert, she walked back that sentiment and instead applied it only to Trump's immigration policy.
"That was part of a bigger discussion… about immigration and round-ups," she said. "Particularly, we were talking about a family — a man who had been in the country for 30 years and had been sent back — and Ross was expressing his concern about what was happening with immigration."
Then, after insisting that she didn't "want 15 seconds on a reality show to encapsulate such a serious topic," Colbert asked her again, "Is everything going to be OK under Donald Trump," to which she replied, "We'll have to wait and see."