Daniel Negreanu still awaits the opportunity on November 8th to vote against the wealthy businessman as he hasn’t shied away from his determined views on Donald Trump, as the Republican presidential nominee. A year ago the poker pro became a US citizen.
To assure everyone knows his opinion about the character of Donald Trump, Negreanu isn’t afraid to use his money.
There are allegations that more tapes with incriminating evidence against the candidate are out there, after a tape of a 2005 conversation between TV personality Billy Bush and Trump himself was released in which they discussed women in a vulgar way.
While Trump hosted the former NBC hit reality program ‘The Apprentice’, the unreleased tapes were recorded without his knowing.
The violator is however facing cost upwards of $5 million, as the show’s former producer Mark Burnett, will file a lawsuit as a Trump supporter. The tapes will however be released if it’s up to some anti-Trump voters, such as Negreanu. They offered money to cover that same lawsuit.
Sexual innuendos and racist comments were made about female staffers, according to reports.
Negreanu posted a tweet directed to another anti-Trump billionaire, Mark Cuban:
“@mcuban I’m in to donate $100,000 to the cause if you decide to take this on!”
Negreanu’s Money May Not be Needed
Negreanu’s money might not be needed, as raising the $5 million might not be difficult. The head of a pro-Hillary Clinton superPAC, David Brock, is willing to -on his own- pay the full amount.
“If a $5 million leak-fee is what stands between truth and total Trump implosion, sign me up”.
There is still no proof the tapes include any racial slurs, despite the accusations made against Trump. After another former ‘Apprentice’ producer posted a series of tweets, rumors started that compared to the recently released tape, Trump made far worse inappropriate comments.
On what Trump actually said in the unreleased clips, he has however no confirmation yet.