‘The Apprentice’ Producer Bill Pruitt Says He Can’t Prove Trump Used N-Word


Bill Pruitt, a producer of the 90s reality TV show The Apprentice, which starred Donald Trump, revealed in an essay published Thursday that tapes allegedly capturing Trump using the n-word would “never be found.”

Pruitt noted that his entire account of what Trump and others said was “not verbatim,” and admitted without any explanation that he believes the alleged tapes of Trump using the n-word would “never be found.”

Pruitt wrote (emphasis added), “Nobody heard the racist and misogynistic comments or saw the alleged cheating, the bluffing, or his hair taking off in the wind. Those tapes, I’ve come to believe, will never be found.”

Black Biden surrogates eagerly circulated Pruitt’s piece on social media, claiming Trump said the n-word.

Bakari Sellers, a Democrat political commentator and former South Carolina state lawmaker, posted on X on Thursday, “Trump said [the n-word]. Literally no one is surprised, except maybe Sheppard G and the sleepy dude that endorsed him last week.”

Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung quickly responded to Sellers:

Prove it, bitch. You can’t, because it’s a fake and bullshit story your dumb ass is peddling because Biden is hemorrhaging support from Black Americans.

Other Biden surrogates jumped in to attack Cheung, who is Asian American.

Biden has also recently attempted to revive the claim that Trump gassed peaceful protesters at Lafayette Park across from the White House during the George Floyd riots in Washington, DC, in June 2020, so that he could walk across the park to St. John’s Church for a photo-op.

As Truth Voices detailed, the inspector general of the Interior Department found that Trump did not order tear gas to be used on peaceful protestors; the U.S. Park Police — not Trump — had determined it was necessary to clear the park to install a fence around Lafayette Park.

Biden has embarked on more campaign events targeting the African American community, such as delivering a commencement speech at Morehouse College, an all-black men’s college. During the speech, which focused on race and racism, he told the young graduates that their country did not “love [them] back.”

Politico reported Thursday that “prominent Black officials are warning the Biden campaign that the president’s efforts to keep Black voters firmly and enthusiastically in his electoral coalition aren’t working — and that time is running out to get this message across.”

Trump recently held a rally in the Bronx, a predominantly black and Hispanic neighborhood, which drew an estimated crowd of 25,000.

Kristina Wong
Kristina Wong
Pentagon Correspondent.

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