Tom Arnold Claims There Is Yet Another Tape of Donald Trump Saying Something Awful

No proof is provided, of course — but the 'comedian' sure had fun spreading conspiracy theories

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For those wondering about the whereabouts of the alleged tapes of President Donald Trump’s allegedly saying racist things (that the Democrats keep hyping), fear not: Comedian Tom Arnold is on the case.

In the latest of a handful of bizarre television appearances in which Arnold railed against Trump and tried to drum up interest in his new Vice series, “The Hunt for the Trump Tapes,” the comedian appeared on Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night program and said there is not only a tape of Trump saying the N-word — but also one of him calling his son Eric “the R-word.”

Though Arnold refused to elaborate on what that is exactly — it’s not hard to guess what he’s referencing.

“Unfortunately, I know everything,” Arnold later claimed.

The comedian bragged about having known the president for 30 years and even going to the Playboy Mansion with him.

He also said he turned down appearances on the reality TV show “Celebrity Apprentice” multiple times.

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“That says a lot. Because I do everything,” he said about his supposed refusal to do Trump’s show.

Though Arnold has no proof of these tapes (despite building an entire series around searching for them), he said it’s significant that “The Apprentice” producer Mark Burnett and Trump himself have not directly responded to him.

Though the two have not replied to a third-rate comedian who seems to be having a mental breakdown, the president has addressed the alleged tape recently due to accusations by the now-ousted and always controversial White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman.

The president denied that a tape of him saying the N-word exists and he said on Twitter he does not “have the word in my vocabulary.”

Check out Jimmy Kimmel’s interview with Tom Arnold below:

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