According to former Apprentice producer Bill Pruitt, the secret tapes of Donald Trump’s hypocritical rantings are even worse than we all suspicion they would be. Pruitt pronounced this week that the Trump tapes from when he was on the show were so extremist that they can only be described as “unfathomably despicable.”
Apparently fed up with Trump’s insistence that he is not a extremist while arguing that some Nazis are “very excellent people,” the former Apprentice producer is speaking out. In an talk with NPR’s Embedded podcast, Pruitt pronounced that the tapes of Trump are even worse than expected.
“We available constantly, we went into the boardroom to set up discussions about how and who should get fired [on the show] but articulate and observant directly who got fired, so there was a big, prolonged exchange, all of which was recorded,” Pruitt told NPR. “Out of those exchanges came some really unfathomably inhuman difference pronounced by this man who is a TV star. we listened it, we watched it and those things are somewhere in some warehouse.”
When the Access Hollywood tapes were leaked last year, Pruitt pronounced that tapes of Trump exist that show him observant “far worse” things than merely articulate about grabbing women by their, well, you know. This week, Pruitt explained that the tapes show Trump making not only some-more disgustingly sexist remarks, he is also on fasten observant things about minorities, including blacks and Jews, that Pruitt said were ”very much a extremist issue.”
“When you listened these things there’s the heard pant that is fast followed by a cough and then you just arrange of lift on,” he said.
Pruitt combined that he feels that the show and those who worked on its prolongation hold some responsibility for formulating “a informative icon” by not being “necessarily guileless about the portrayal.”
You can listen to Pruitt’s talk with NPR below:
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