Either Tom Arnold Is Selling Us Wolf Tickets or Donald Trump Is in a World of Trouble

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Will Tom Arnold finally get us those pee-pee tapes of Donald Trump that allegedly exist? The ones of him in a Moscow hotel with Russian sex workers? Or tapes of him allegedly using the n-word during The Apprentice?

Well, Arnold told CNN that he plans on spending this weekend with Michael Cohen, Trump’s former attorney and fixer, and that Cohen “has all the tapes.”

When CNN’s Poppy Harlow asked him directly if Cohen has something incriminating on Trump, Arnold didn’t answer directly.


“How can he not have something incriminating?” he said. “How can he not have a thousand things?”

“Is that a yes?” Harlow asked.

Arnold skirted the question.

Harlow then mentioned Arnold’s new Viceland show, The Hunt for the Trump Tapes, in which he searches for the tapes we’ve all been hoping will surface, and asks if Cohen has any on Trump.

“Oh my god, he’s got tapes,” Arnold said. “He recorded everybody.”

In a Tweet Friday night, Cohen denied this:


While Harlow did the best she could to get answers out of Arnold, the interview was pretty incoherent at times—mainly because of Arnold’s convoluted responses. Thing is, Cohen does seem as if he is in a talking mood. He is under federal investigation and is pretty upset that Trump isn’t paying his legal fees, which are reportedly bankrupting him.

Arnold responded to trolled Cohen’s tweet last night:


This interview is all over the place, but it’s worth a look for entertainment’s sake. Take a look at the full interview below:

Terrell Jermaine Starr is a senior reporter at The Root. He is currently writing a book proposal that analyzes US-Russia relations from a black perspective.

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Tom Arnold is promoting his VICE tv show ‘The Hunt For The Trump Tapes.’

You know what all the shows called ‘Hunt for Bigfoot’ or ‘Hunt for the Lockness Monster’ have in common?  They never find the thing they’re looking for.