Lordy, there are tapes!
Tapes of outtakes from Trump’s reality show, “The Apprentice”, that is. Tapes of outtakes that reveal his usage of racist and misogynist language, as well other moments that might have negatively impacted his 2016 campaign had they been publicly released ahead of the election. Tapes his legal team has tried for years to keep suppressed, even as they were an open public secret thanks to regular tweets from people in the know like Tom Arnold, and a former “Apprentice” employee, Noel Casler.
Carroll is but one of the many women credibly accusing Trump of rape or other sexual assault; her series “I Moved On Her Very Heavily” in The Atlantic is a must-read for anyone even casually following politics. Carroll humorously chats with her fellow Trump accusers, but her signature acerbic tone never downplays the gravity of their common experiences. However, Carroll has something the others do not: a dress with Trump’s DNA, which has scared him so badly, he’s brought in the Department of Justice as his personal legal team to fight Carroll, all but signaling his guilt to the world.
No release for the Apprentice Tapes had been announced as of Wednesday afternoon, but it’s likely that the public will have a chance to hear and see them before November 3rd.
This is a developing story. Please check back for updates.