Mark Burnett Won’t Be Releasing Tapes Of Trump On “The Apprentice”

After footage and audio from 2005 was released showing Donald Trump making lewd remarks with Billy Bush, people are now calling for Mark Burnett to release raw footage of Donald Trump during his time on “The Apprentice.”

MGM and Burnett have recently released a statement saying they will not be releasing any footage.

“MGM owns Mark Burnett’s production company and ‘The Apprentice’ is one of its properties. Despite reports to the contrary, Mark Burnett does not have the ability nor the right to release footage or other material from ‘The Apprentice.’ Various contractual and legal requirements also restrict MGM’s ability to release such material. The recent claims that Mark Burnett has threatened anyone with litigation if they were to leak such material are completely and unequivocally false. To be clear, as previously reported in the press, which Mark Burnett has confirmed, he has consistently supported Democratic campaigns.”

According to Politico, “Former “Apprentice” producers have begun coming forward, claiming that raw footage of Trump during the show would also be damaging.”

Producers have said if they released any footage their contracts would “include a heavy fee.”

While democrats will never scrutinize Hillary for her scandals, they will do just about anything to get additional dirt on Trump. David Brock who runs one of Clinton’s Super Packs said he will pay the legal fees of anyone who is sued for leaking tapes of Trump.

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