President Trump's former White House communications director Mike Dubke remembers his ex-colleague Omarosa Manigault for one memorable quality.

“I think she’s got a lot of shoes. She’d leave them all over the White House,” Dubke told the Washingtonian of Manigault, an "Apprentice" alum who serves as the White House Office of Public Liaison's director of communications.

Dubke was Manigault's boss for 108 days from March 6 to June 2, 2017 before he was replaced by Sean Spicer after submitting his resignation.

“We had this desk in 'Upper Press' that was a temporary desk for somebody who didn’t work in the West Wing. But she’d come over for meetings and other things and her shoes were always there, different pairs. So we had a collection of Omarosa’s shoes,” Dubke continued.

Other White House aides kicked Manigault's footwear collection "under the table" to prevent a fire safety hazard, Dubke recalled.

However, he said he couldn't recollect whether he "ever witnessed the changing of the shoes” or Manigault walking around West Wing corridors barefoot.

Manigault made headlines earlier in November when it was reported that she brought her 39-person bridal party to the White House in April for a wedding photo shoot.