Tom Arnold talks to Kimmel about his hunt for the ‘Trump Tapes’

Jimmy Kimmel Live, courtesy of ABC
Jimmy Kimmel Live, courtesy of ABC /

Ahead of this upcoming Viceland series The Hunt for the Trump Tapes, Tom Arnold visited Jimmy Kimmel Live to speak about the show’s ultimate goal.

Tom Arnold is on a mission!

As many people are aware, Arnold has caused some waves in the headlines this year over his claims about controversial tapes. According to Arnold, there are tapes that exist of Trump saying the N-word and other horrible things while on the set of his reality show The Apprentice. Although Trump’s former aide Omarosa is now backing up these claims in her new tell-all book Unhinged, it’s something still adamantly denied by the president and White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

Still, Arnold swears these tapes exist, and he’s now on a mission to find them to expose the president. It’s the basis for his upcoming series for Viceland, The Hunt for the Trump Tapes. To speak about the new series, Arnold visited Jimmy Kimmel Live and spoke about the idea behind the show and what his ultimate goal for it will be.

As Arnold explains, while several people question him, it’s important to note Trump himself won’t specifically say Arnold is a liar. Arnold insists that The Apprentice producer is covering for Trump for business reasons, but that the tapes actually have to be out there because he’s seen it. Additionally, Arnold even touches on the alleged pee pee tapes from Russia as well, believing those to likely exist also. The actor points to Trump’s excuse that the pee tape can’t exist because he’s a germophobe, which sounds funny considering the unprotected sex with porn stars he pays to keep private.

You can watch the interview in the YouTube video below!

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For more from Kimmel, be sure to watch Jimmy Kimmel Live when new episodes air weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on ABC. Tom Arnold’s show The Hunt for the Trump Tapes will premiere on Viceland on Tuesday, Sep. 18.