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Producer Chris Nee Alleges Donald Trump Said N-Word

Award-Winning TV Producer Alleges Donald Trump Said The N-Word

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We’re T-minus 3 hours left until the second presidential debates air on FOX in a weekend full of drama for the Donald Trump campaign. After the reveal of audio caught on a hot microphone featuring The Donald basically describing sexual assault with Billy Bush — an Emmy Award-winning producer has added fuel to the fire by alleging that that isn’t all Trump has done that would anger the American public. According to BuzzFeed, producer Chris Nee claims that she has footage of Donald Trump during his time on NBC’s The Apprentice that features him using the N-word against people of color.

Nee made the comments in response to The Apprentice executive producer Mark Burnett, who is an avid Trump supporter. Nee tweeted on Saturday that she had the footage with Trump “caught on camera” saying “far worse” things than what he’s said in the Access Hollywood footage. Burnett has been slanging threats to employees — present and past — who had access to the show’s unaired footage. The Associated Press spoke with 20 people involved in The Apprentice about Trump’s behavior during production.

In addition to the alleged usage of the N-word, Trump has often speculated about women’s sexual activities, discussed who he would and wouldn’t have sex with, and even done the latter in front of the person he was talking about. “We were in the boardroom one time figuring out who to blame for the task, and he just stopped in the middle and pointed to someone and said, ‘You’d f*** her, wouldn’t you? I’d f*** her. C’mon, wouldn’t you?'”

With us only moments away from the next presidential debate, will this be another topic used to showcase why Trump is unfit to be Commander-in-Chief? Speak on it in the comments section below.



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