Here's an example:
A copy of follow up invite to the WH from Omarosa from CBC source -- signed "The Honorable Omarosa Manigault" pic.twitter.com/93RGdxDr04— Jackie Alemany (@JaxAlemany) June 21, 2017
Washington DC protocol expert Robert Hickey, author of Honor & Respect: The Official Guide to Names, Titles and Forms of Address, puts the matter to rest:
One never uses the The Honorable when saying or writing one's own name. So – never as the host on an invitation, never when signing one's name, and never when introducing yourself.Manigault has been a Trump courtier for thirteen years, getting fired over and over on The Apprentice (2004); Celebrity Apprentice (2008) and Celebrity Apprentice All Stars (2013).
Earlier in her ascent of the greasy pole in Washington, she was Scheduling Correspondent in the office of Vice President Gore, but put it about that she was, in fact, first Special Assistant of Logistics, and then Deputy Associate Director of Presidential Personnel.
Gore pitched her back to the White House personnel office, which transferred her into oblivion at the Department of Commerce.
In 2016 Manigault announced she was Director of African-American Outreach for the Trump campaign. Her duties were thought to have included taking calls from Ben Carson when he was lonely and God was busy, and teaching the screeching black "God the Father, God the Son, God the Republican" preacher from South Carolina to develop an indoor voice.
After her triumph corralling the lowest percentage of black support for a presidential candidate ever (I know, it was like the inaugural crowd, the fake media just ignored the truth), she delivered this chilling dictum to PBS' Frontline: