As Tom Arnold says that he may release the tapes which he claims show Donald Trump making racist comments on his show “The Apprentice, ” former staffers of the reality program have come out and said that they do not believe the actor’s accusations. Meanwhile, reports claim that Trump, of course, that he will sue Arnold.
Last week Tom Arnold tweeted the following, “Wife told me there’s house line VM from Trump Camp about defamation suit so it’s on. Open Apprentice vaults 4 discovery! Miss Universe too!!”
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Bogged down with Stern Show fantasy football feuds haven't had time 4 anything. Promise if Howard asked he'd get several other fans copies. https://t.co/3xHeTSg0Dk
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) December 25, 2016
So will Donald Trump really sue? Well the man has sued just about everyone and anyone over the years, but once he becomes President it will be really difficult for him to do so. This especially since in a law suit the defendant has the right to require the plaintiff to sit for depositions in which he must answer just about any questions on the record.
— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) December 21, 2016
Meanwhile, The Daily Beast has cited six former “Apprentice” staffers who have disavowed Tom Arnold’s claims.
One said, “I have no idea what he is even talking about. He had nothing on his mind except for sex and saying a lot of offensive stuff, but if there’s video compilation like bloopers on a DVD where he’s saying ‘cunt’ and [‘n-word’] then I never heard of it or… watched it.”
Whatever does or does not happen, if Tom Arnold does release such tapes, it will not have nearly the effect on Donald Trump as they would have had they been released before the election.