"NBC had tape 11 yrs. Apprentice producer says they have more & worse".
Though it's not almost as damning as the obscene comments Trump made about Nancy O'Dell to former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush in a 2005 tape that leaked late last week, the transcript does serve as quite a "get" for the Huffington Post, as Apprentice producer Mark Burnett, said to be a Trump supporter, has reportedly threatened to sue any current or former employees who signed a non-disclosure agreement and leak footage or outtakes from the series.
Burnett also denied threatening litigation against anyone leaking footage from the show.
As pressure mounted on producer Mark Burnett and The Apprentice's production company, a source told BuzzFeed News that Burnett had threatened to sue any staff member who leaked footage that would hurt Trump.
His campaign is no doubt bracing for what could be a whole host of unaired, controversial comments the presidential hopeful may have made in the past.
Turns out, Burnett, creator of "The Apprentice", and MGM, which owns the rights to "The Apprentice" and "Celebrity Apprentice", will not be releasing any footage.
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BuzzFeed's Julia Reinstein wrote, "More than 20 former contestants, crew members, and editors told the Associated Press that Trump treated women on the show inappropriately, including talking about which contestants he would like to have sex with and rating them by breast size".
After Access Hollywood's leaked video on Friday showed Trump using lewd and sexually aggressive language in 2005, the din online for embarrassing The Apprentice tapes - which might not even exist - has gone through the roof.
As seen above, Nee is trying to convince billionaire and longtime Trump antagonist Mark Cuban to reimburse the fee should somebody with access leak the footage.
But Burnett employed a transcription service for the show, and the transcripts sometimes included unaired material, including comments from Trump, the Huffington Post reported Monday. He went back to this statement later, pounded the table for emphasis, and said, "I wish I wasn't", according to the transcript. And though Hillary Clinton ally and Media Matters owner David Brock told Politico he would foot the bill for a potential lawsuit should an NBC producer leak the footage, a group of old college friends took the matter into their own hands by launching a GoFundMe campaign for $5.1 million.
"We don't have the legal right to give out the footage from that show", said Ms Marks.