According to television producer Chris Nee, Donald Trump said the N word on The Apprentice. However, footage cannot be “leaked” to prove it, due to a confidentiality clause that might ruin the savings of any TV producer: $ 5 mil.
TV producer Chris Nee, tweeted yesterday: “I don’t have the tapes. I’ve signed a Burnett contract & know leak fee is 5 mill. Hearing from producers/crew N word is the “much worse”. His tweet came to complete things mentioned by another producer, Bill Pruit, who has worked on the first and the second season of The Apprentice. In his tweet, Pruit assures followers that “when it comes to the #trumptapes there are far worse. #justthebegininng”
Even though he admits to not having worked on the business tycoon’s show, nor does he have clear, not doubtful proof, that Trump has said the N word during the filming of the show, Nee has mentioned several times in his tweets that he believes it is the humongous fee of $5 million that keeps people’s mouths shut, not the lack of footage. He also called out Mark Cuban, an outspoken hater of the Republican candidate, asking if he would pay the fee so that the footage would be made public. “Hey @mcuban – offer to pay the legal fees and fines of anyone who produces the hot mic tapes from #TheApprentice – last few seasons will do”, he wrote.
But just two hours ago, Chris Nee wanted to clear things out: He tweeted twice that he has never worked on The Apprentice and that he doesn’t know for sure that Donald Trump has said the N word on the show. He explains that he has heard rumors about it, but would “love to know” what’s hidden on the unseen footage.
It is just rumors at this time, but even if so, it wouldn’t be un-walked paths for Trump, who kicked off his campaign by insinuating that most Mexican immigrants are “criminals, drug dealers, rapists”.