The author of a New Yorker story that detailed how Mark Burnett, executive producer of “The Apprentice,” “mythologized” the show’s creator, Donald Trump, into winning the presidency said Friday he does not believe that a tape exists in which our current president used the “n-word.”
During an appearance on MSNBC’s little-watched “Morning Joe” program, Patrick Radden Keefe said after speaking with the show’s editors “who hate Trump,” if such a tape existed then it would have turned up by now.
It hasn’t, and as such, Keefe said he has come to believe no such tape exists.
“I talked to a whole bunch of people about what might be on those tapes. Where I came out is that there’s a great deal of Trump saying awful things about women, which he did on the show. Is there anything that rises to the level of the ‘Access Hollywood’ tape? I don’t know,” Keefe said.
“There’s been a lot of speculation about Trump using the ‘n-word’ on one of these tapes. I mean, I don’t know what I don’t know, but having talked to a whole bunch of people, I came out believing that tape probably doesn’t exist,” Keefe shared.
“I talked to people who would know, editors who worked on the show for years, people who hate Trump, and they basically said, ‘Look, if anybody knew about that tape, I would know about it. I would love to know about that tape. I would leak that tape if I had it. It doesn’t exist,'” Keefe said.
“What they told me is if there was such a tape it would have spread by now. It would have come out.”
That won’t placate Left-wing Democrats who have an unnatural and unhealthy hatred for POTUS Trump because in all likelihood they will continue to believe such a tape does exist and that the person who has it is just waiting for ‘the right time’ to leak it.
Like October of 2016.
What this really proves — again — is that little of what the Left says and believes about the president is a true reflection of who he is and what he believes. — Jon Dougherty
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