Omarosa Manigault joined "Fox & Friends" Thursday from Washington, D.C., to discuss the so-called inclusive Women's March banning certain pro-life groups from participating.

Manigault, who was named an assistant to President-elect Donald Trump and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison in early January, had some strong words for the organizers of the march

"If you don't share their views or i.e. if you're not a Democrat, then they don't want you to take part in this march," she said.


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Manigault said women's issues are a top priority for Trump as he prepares to take office.

"And these women, if you aren't sharing their views, don't come march, don't come lend your voice. It is not representative of what this country is all about," she said.

She said she understands that some people are hurt that their candidate, Hillary Clinton, did not win the election. However, she said the nation must now come together on the eve of the presidential inauguration.

"Enough is enough of this division," she said.

The Women's Rights March on Washington is set for Saturday at 10 a.m. ET.

Tell us your thoughts on the banning of pro-life groups from this march.


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