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It almost pains us to say this, but if you're having a hard time keeping track of the current media firestorm regarding former White House aide Omarosa Manigault-Newman and her just-published tell-all book "Unhinged," you might consider following @TomArnold on Twitter. He's been steadily retweeting related breaking news—and prominent journalists' commentary about said breaking news—such as:
This new Omarosa tape confirms a recent Politico report that the campaign was seriously concerned about a potential racial-slur Apprentice tape https://t.co/PbGxdXGCwJ— Brian Hiatt (@hiattb) August 14, 2018
Uh oh... there are receipts: recordings about recordings. https://t.co/Bd3DA9OYqO— Michael Del Moro (@MikeDelMoro) August 14, 2018
And Arnold has also been chiming in with his own explosive claims, as seen particularly in this tweet from Monday night:
Seven @MarkBurnettTV Apprentice Employees gave statements about @realdonaldtrump saying multiple "n" words on the set of @ApprenticeNBC & 100 other horrible things. I spoke to 2 Executive Producers & Mark Burnett in person. They all said Trump's a liar & there is #TrumpTapes https://t.co/Iu2DN7FGSS— Tom Arnold (@TomArnold) August 14, 2018
If you need a refresher course on how Tom Arnold, of all people, got all caught up in all this, Rolling Stone's Brian Hiatt is out with a story headlined "Who's Afraid of Tom Arnold?" (subhead: "On his new show, Roseanne Barr's ex-husband is hunting for evidence to take down Trump. Inside a Hollywood outcast's manic quest"). Naturally, Arnold's tweeted a link to that too.
Meanwhile, Arnold, smart man, knows that everything that's been happening the past several days is a perfect promotional storm for "The Hunt for the Trump Tapes." [UPDATE: Viceland has set a premiere date of Sept. 18 for the show.] And naturally the tweet pinned atop his Twitter acccount at the moment is a promo for it: