Well shit, what do you know! Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk Of Fame star, vandalized once in October 2016, has been tampered with anew. Somebody must not like him—whoever could that solitary person be?
Donald Trump, a noted fan of Jesus and all his works, whatever they were, was at the National Prayer Breakfast Thursday morning, a solemn event that our nation’s presidents have used for decades to display their piety. While there, he bragged that the ratings on The Apprentice totally suck now and sarcastically asked…
Back in October, an Apprentice producer let on that tapes exist of President-elect Donald Trump using the N-word and other racial slurs. The story’s source, Chris Nee, claimed she’d only ever heard such footage exists and that a $5 million penalty fee hangs over the head of anyone planning to leak it.
Early next year, NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice will return to television with a new host—former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, appropriately enough. Donald Trump will retain his executive producer credit on the series, Variety reports, and will be paid through MGM, the show’s production firm.
Apprentice creator—and arguably, by extension, Donald Trump creator—Mark Burnett, who denounced Trump’s presidential campaign in October but claimed he was legally bound against releasing potentially damaging footage from the set of The Apprentice, has reportedly turned quite a corner.
Another day, another leak from the set of The Apprentice, Donald Trump’s safe space to talk freely about not being able to get one of the hot Kardashian sisters on his show.
The Associated Press has interviewed more than 20 former crew members, editors, and contestants on Donald Trump’s reality television show, “The Apprentice,” about sexist comments the Republican presidential nominee made on set, including discussing which women he’d like to have sex with and complimenting a…
On Sunday afternoon, business heavy-hitter Martha Stewart stated in no uncertain terms that she will vote for Hillary Clinton in November.
Well, this is unfortunate. Jennifer Murphy, a beauty queen and former contestant on The Apprentice, made a godawful music video called “I Want to be Neenja.” Yes Virginia, it is as utterly mortifying as you think it is.
In an article that only kids alive in the mid-aughts will understand, Buzzfeed senior writer McKay Coppins revisits a long-forgotten Donald Trump scandal from a time when the only thing the presidential hopeful was trying to segregate was reality television.