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Omarosa I: Trump and Footage Shot

omarosa i: Trump has denied the existence of such tapes, tweeting that the show's producer told him there are NO TAPES of the Apprentice where I used such a terrible and disgusting word as attributed by Wacky and Deranged Omarosa, according to Vancouver Courier. I don't have that word in my vocabulary, and never have, Trump said. Lawyers for Civil Rights, which sued Trump in February, has issued subpoenas to MGM Holdings Inc. and Trump Productions LLC demanding any footage shot during the production of the show in which Trump uses racial and/or ethnic slurs or makes remarks concerning race, nationality and/or ethnic background. article continues below Trending StoriesNPA councillor blasts colleagues for failing to rescind duplex vote Long arm of the law sticks it to pair of Vancouver butter bandits Vancouver company set to dive into the biggest underwater sinkhole in the world Canada's oldest air cadet squadron celebrates 80th birthday on Vancouver's West Side Former White House staffer and fellow reality-TV star Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed without evidence in a book released in August, Unhinged, that a tape exists of the president using the N-word on the reality show's set. The case filed in Boston's federal court centres on the Trump administration's decision to end temporary protected status for thousands of immigrants from Haiti, El Salvador and Honduras. Lawyers for Civil Rights says in the lawsuit that Trump's move to rescind the program was rooted in animus against immigrants of colour, citing comments he made on the campaign trial and in office. Temporary protected status provides safe havens for people from countries experiencing armed conflicts, natural disasters and other challenges. ( As reported in the news.