Omarosa Manigault said Donald TrumpDonald TrumpJury in Jussie Smollett trial begins deliberations Pence says he'll 'evaluate' any requests from Jan. 6 panel Biden's drug overdose strategy pushes treatment for some, prison for others MORE will keep a list of Republicans who voted against the GOP nominee in the presidential election.
"It's so great our enemies are making themselves clear so that when we get in to the White House, we know where we stand," the former "Apprentice" contestant told the Independent Journal Review.
She singled out Sen. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamMcConnell faces GOP pushback on debt deal Bottom line GOP senators introduce bill targeting Palestinian 'martyr payments' MORE (R-S.C.), who announced on Twitter on Tuesday that he voted for independent candidate Evan McMullin for president.
“If [Graham] felt his interests was with that candidate, God bless him," she said.
"I would never judge anybody for exercising their right to and the freedom to choose who they want. But let me just tell you, Mr. Trump has a long memory and we’re keeping a list.”
Graham had said he appreciated McMullin's views on "a strong America and the need to rebuild out military."
The South Carolina senator had been critical Trump throughout his campaign.
Many other Republican lawmakers have also declined to back the GOP nominee, with some saying they didn't plan to cast their ballots for either major party nominee.
Aides for Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonBiden nominates Meg Whitman as ambassador to Kenya Hillary Clinton shares part of her 2016 victory speech for the first time Ben Affleck: Republicans 'want to dodge the consequences for their actions' through gerrymandering MORE, the 2016 Democrat presidential nominee, in 2008 kept a "hit list" of politicians they felt had wronged her during her loss to then-Sen. Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaContinuing resolutions are undermining Congress' right (and responsibility) to operate Rising costs top concern for Americans: poll Biden Supreme Court study panel unanimously approves final report MORE in the Democratic primary.