14 February 2017
Image: nbcnews.comHollywood actor, Tom Arnold, has claimed that Hillary Clinton called him two days before the U.S. election, begging him to release damning videos of Donald Trump which allegedly showed him using the ‘N-word.’
He claimed in one of his final appearances on the Australian version of ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’, which is set in South Africa’s Kruger National Park.
Arnold told Australian comedian, Nazeem Hussain: “Hillary Clinton called me two days before the election and said ‘please release that. The weight of the free world is on your shoulders’.”
After his elimination, Arnold gave more details to the show’s hosts Chris Brown and Julia Morris, adding that he hoped to find out Mr Trump was no longer president when he was able to catch up on the news.
“When it first circulated around Hollywood, Donald Trump was never going to be president. I hope when I find out what is going on, I hope he is not President any more. I will be happy if America is still there,” he said.
Speaking in a radio interview on Monday morning, Arnold said the tapes wouldn’t have changed the election result.
“We’ve already heard him talking about sexually assaulting women, and that didn’t make a difference to the election”.