Donald Trump certainly has a plethora of people from his past who are all too willing to spill the proverbial tea when it comes to all his transgressions and overall wrongdoings. More books have been written about the guy over the past three years than I can count — and even his very own niece has jumped on the tell-all train.
However, none of them have been quite as forthcoming with the juiciest of tidbits and revelations as former Apprentice employee, Noel Casler.
Over the course of Trump’s presidency, Casler broke his NDA with the then-president of the United States pretty much on a daily basis, to inform the American people of the real monster behind the man in the White House — dropping a multitude of bombshells on us ranging from hilariously disgusting to seriously terrifying.
And to help get his word out even further still, Casler even teamed up for a podcast with a few other individuals who wanted to get the scoop out on the real Donald Trump.
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As expected, the podcast that Casler is taking part in came with about as many bombshells as we’ve come to expect from his tweets.
However, this one came with a pretty disgusting revelation from someone other than Casler himself.
During the podcast, actor Tom Arnold took a moment to recall the time that he witnessed Donald Trump endlessly chattering on about Playmate Karen McDougal’s breasts, despite the fact that he was seated right next to his daughter Ivanka and his wife Melania, who was pregnant with their son Barron at the time.
Check out what Arnold had to say:
Tom Arnold talks about how Donald Trump couldn’t stop talking about Karen McDougal’s breasts even while a pregnant Melania & Ivanka sat next to them. @realDonaldTrump @CaslerNoel @TomArnold @hockeycanada25 pic.twitter.com/2Uo80FxHSz
— John Melendez (@stutteringjohnm) June 25, 2020
All I can say is keep this clip handy if you ever somehow find yourself wondering if Donald Trump really is a sickening creep.
Featured image via Wikimedia Commons/David Shankbone