Actor and comedian Tom Arnold is commissioned, maybe you may call it a hunt.
Arnold is determined to remove bands he claims without evidence that President Trump from his days hosted the NBC reality series "The Apprentice" which accuses the president of showing inappropriate behavior, including using the n word . Arnold has also repeatedly hit the show's producer, Mark Burnett, accusing him of being Trumps "best friend" and playing a role to conceal the shattered movie.
Shortly after midnight monday Arnold went to Twitter to again put Burnett on blasting. This time, claimed that the award-winning producer had been violent and attacked him at an Emmys party on Sunday night.
"Mark Burnett just went monkey …. & choked me at this great Emmy party when he ran away with his broken pink shirt and lacked a gold chain," Arnold wrote. "I'm waiting for LAPD."
Police Department in Los Angeles could not be reached for comment. Arnold's lawyer, Marty Singer, confirmed to the Hollywood Reporter that a match between the two men happened and that Burnett "attacked" Arnold. Scuffle appeared on Sunday night before the Emmys party in Los Angeles, according to Variety.
Actress Alyson Hannigan tweeted that she saw the match broke out but did not tell who started it. 19659008] "Thought it was a joke until security jumped in!" Hannigan wrote.
Burnett's wife, Roma Downey, contested Arnold's story about the charm of the party.
Tweeting a photo of what turned out to be her left hand with a dark bruise on the back of it, wrote Downey "Got this bruise tonight when Tom Arnold tried to hang my husband Mark and me at a charity event. "
Downey's tweet asked a prompt reply from Arnold.
When the drama evolved, Arnold and Burnett flooded excess social media. Both men trending on Twitter early Monday morning.
Actor Patton Oswalt tweeted a selfie with Arnold who seemed to be taken after the match and wrote: "He's okay. We must protect this brutal angel."  The bizarre altercation left many, including the model Chrissy Teigen, flummoxed.
"[I] is this an angry libs," Teigen tweeted "which refers to Arnold's original Tweet.
It's unclear what provoked the match and Burnett has not yet publicly commented. However, his Wikipedia page has already been updated to include details about the heated exchange.
The confrontation occurred a few days before Arnold's new show, documenting his pursuit of the rumors' apprenticeship bands, was put to the forefront. With the title "The Hunt for Trump Tapes", the eight-part Viceland series will fly its first episode Tuesday.
"I will dig as deeply as I have to reveal the ugly truth of the ugly man," Arnold says in the trailer's trailer, which has all the tropes of an investigative series, albeit one that seems somewhat harebrained. For example, a scene shows Arnold climbing into a car in the middle of a parking lot to get a secret meeting with someone dressed as the easter rabbit, explaining that they have hard ties.
Finding Trump bands has been a year-long pursuit of Arnold, one of the president's most obvious critics.
In December 2016, Arnold told KIRO Radio that he had bands of Trump saying "every bad thing ever, every offensive, racist thing ever".
The relationship between Arnold and Trump goes back decades, he told Jimmy Kimmel under the latest look of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"
"I have a story with this guy," Arnold said last month on the show.
Arnold told Kimmel with confidence that he had seen the bands and knew exactly what was on them.
"He says the n-word, he calls Eric [Trump] the r-word," Arnold said. "Now they call that n-word tape."
While Arnold said that the validity of the n-word band was questioned, he noted that two people "never called me a liar about the n-word tape."
"Donald Trump and Mark Burnett," he said, "because they know that it's true. They really know it's true. "
Claims that Trump had used the n-word while" The Apprentice "and a recording existed did headlines last month when President's former adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed in her storybook as people in the White House knew about the tape. Trump seriously denied to ever say the n-word tweeting that Burnett himself "called to say there are no signs of apprenticeship where I used such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed to by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa. "
"I do not have the word in my vocabulary and never have," he continued. "
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 14, 2018
But on "CBS This Morning" next Today, Manigault Newman released a new recording that proved to be a discussion of campaign helpers in October 2016 on how to handle a tape where Trump is said to have used the n word. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said she could not guarantee Trump would not be heard with the word in a sound recording, Washington Post reported.
On "Kimmel" last month, Arnold Burnett broke to "protect" Trump by not releasing the "apprentice" gang.
"If you could see a day by Donald Trump on the upps ttningen, a whole day, you will realize: "Oh my God, it's happening at the White House," Arnold said. "He is incompetent. He is racist. He has sexually harassed people."
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