‘The Apprentice’ Reveals Existence Of Donald Trump’s Unaired Footage; Leak Will Have Devastating Effect Against Him?

News have rattled the world when it was discovered that American reality show, "The Apprentice" apparently has been reported to be in possession of a controversial unaired footage of the infamous Donald Trump, which is said to be damaging to the said presidential candidate if leaked.

Insiders revealed that in the said unaired segment, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump used the N-word. The uttering of the N-word is highly discouraged and is deemed as an act of extreme racism. Chris Nee, producer of "The Apprentice", said that she has heard that such unaired footage of Donald Trump does exist but she has not gotten a hold of the tape. Aside from that she also reminded the public that producers and the rest of the crew are not entitled to expose any details of the show other from what was aired.

Chris Nee has stated that she, along with Mark Burnett, who was the lead producer of "The Apprentice", signed a contract stating that anyone who leaks the said unaired footage will be liable for damages and will be forced to pay a fine of $5 million. On October 9, Chris Nee has tweeted, "I don't have the tapes. I've signed a Burnett contract & know leak fee is 5 mill. Hearing from producer/crew N word is the 'much worse'". Because of the amount, people have set up a GoFundMe page pressuring MGM Television as well as Mark Burnett to release the said footage. David Brock, Hillary Clinton's subordinate, has even expressed that he is willing to offer help to pay for the said fee.

"The Apprentice" is an American reality game show that aired its first episode on January 8, 2004, which featured both celebrity contestants as well as common businessmen as competitors that are judged for their business skills. Donald Trump hosted the said TV show from 2004 up to 2015. "The Apprentice" airs on NBC and the 15th season is set to air on January 2, 2017.

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