Trump Tape Saga 2.0: More Vulgar Tapes Could be on the Way

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NEW YORK, NY -- It's round two for #TrumpTapes, and nothing has happened yet.

Many people want the creators of Donald Trump's reality TV show, The Apprentice, to release video and audio tapes that they say would show similar behavior and dialog similar to what was said on an Access Hollywood tour bus in 2005.  In that recording, Trump can be heard saying vulgar things and objectifying women.

Of course, that is only if the tapes exist.

A former producer for the show tweeted out the apprentice tapes will reveal language that is "far worse."

Executive producer Mark Burnett said he can't release any recording because of legal obligations to MGM and Digital Group. Burnett is the president of MGM.  The statement also denied Burnett threatened to sue an employee if they leaked the tapes.

People are willing to pay a pretty penny for the long, lost footage. Author and Hillary Clinton Ally David Brock tweeted out, "if a $5 million 'leak fee' is what stands between truth and total #Trump implosion, sign me up." The $5 million is the rumored fee someone working on The Apprentice would have to pay if they were to leak any part of the show.

Brock made sure to CC Dallas Mavericks owner and vocal Clinton supporter, Mark Cuban. Cuban has not responded to the tweet or said if he plans on helping out with a fee at this time.


David Brock has plenty of help getting that money. Someone started a GoFundMe page to raise all of the money, and it's trending.