"Apprentice" staffers claim that Trump never said the "n-word" on tape.
Much has been said about Donald Trump's presidency. He has been critiqued by many parties and much of the American population's concern comes with good reason. He may not be the most universally liked President of the United States but there's a possibility that he's isn't as horrible as we all believe. Of course, that's simply a possibility.
Yes, Trump was videotaped saying "grab her by the p***y" and tons of other terrible things but apparently, there is no tape of the President saying the "n-word." Trump has been called a racist and sexist man by his naysayers and, to be completely honest, he probably is. He has been careful in the past though because the long-rumored video of Donald saying the "n-word" during tapings of The Apprentice reportedly doesn't exist. The New Yorker investigated the matter, interviewing many staffers from the show and they determined that there likely is no tape with such content.
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According to Deadline, Jonathon Braun, an editor on the show, revealed that he never witnessed Trump say or do anything "horrible" while working on six seasons. He admits that he didn't watch every single frame, but it still means a lot considering Braun was the supervising editor. Another staffer backed up the claim, saying, "If somebody had the goods, it would have leaked long ago. There were no Trump fans on the set. I don’t know a single person who worked on the show who voted for Trump."
Trump has also been defended by the producer of the show, Mark Burnett, who says that no such tapes exist.