Actor Tom Arnold Claims Clinton Pleaded for His Help to Nail Trump


Just days before the election, it appears the Clinton camp was looking to dig deeper into its bag of “cheap shots” when they pleaded with actor and comedian Tom Arnold to release alleged footage that he possessed of President Trump using racial slurs during the filming of ‘The Apprentice.’

According to The Telegraph, Arnold, 57, said he possessed footage of Trump repeatedly using the “N” word and other racist statements which he allegedly had because, according to him, “I had all the outtakes from Trump saying the N-word on The Apprentice.”

Arnold said the Hillary camp contacted him just before November’s election date and pleaded with him to release his footage to the media.

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Said Arnold: “Clinton called me two days before the election and said, ‘Please release that.’”

He also relayed that Clinton told him:

“The weight of the free world is on your shoulders.”

Arnold said on Britain’s “Dori Monson” radio show that he didn’t release the footage “out of respect for the families who were involved and may have been hurt by the release.”

Arnold didn’t rule out releasing the footage at a later date but said he would only do it if he had permission, without fully explaining who he was seeking permission from: people who Trump was allegedly speaking about or The Apprentice’s crew.

Arnold stated that people from The Apprentice are afraid that there may be retribution if the footage is released, “Well now these people — two editors and an associate producer — are scared to death. They’re scared of his people, they’re scared they’ll never work again.”

H/T: The New York Post

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