Viceland really needs to hurry up and air 'The Hunt for the Trump Tapes'

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In the latest episode of the bad reality TV show we're all living in 24/7, Omarosa says that Donald used the N-word behind the scenes at his old reality show—while Donald not only says that he didn't, but Omarosa is a "dog" and that she was kicked off the island multiple times! Meanwhile, Tom, who, side note, used to be married to Roseanne (who is a fan of Donald's, and used to have a TV show that Donald liked, until she was kicked off the air for a racist tweet), says that Donald did in fact use the racial slur—and Tom has his own upcoming reality show called "The Hunt for the Trump Tapes"!

Got all that?

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:

And Arnold has also been chiming in with his own explosive claims, as seen particularly in this tweet from Monday night:

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:

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