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‘Prove it!’ Trump spokesman targets ex-lawmaker in profane rant over rumored N-word tape

Former President Donald Trump’s campaign spokesman Thursday dared a former U.S. Representative and CNN commentator to “prove” his boss had used the n-word in an expletive-ridden social media rant.

“Prove it, b—-,” Steven Cheung told former Rep. Bakari Sellers (D-SC) on X. “You can’t, because it’s a fake and bulls— story your dumb a– is peddling because Biden is hemorrhaging support from Black Americans.”

Cheung issued this dare on the heels of a bombshell Slate claim from a former producer of “The Apprentice” who said Trump used the n-word on the set to question whether America would “buy” a Black contestant’s victory.

Sellers, who is also Black, responded to the report on X in a tweet that uses no euphemisms to describe the word Trump is accused of saying.

“Trump said n—–,” Sellers wrote. “Literally no one is surprised, except maybe Sheppard G and the sleepy dude that endorsed him last week.”

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While the initial report did not surprise Trump critics who predicted MAGA supporters would rally around him even if video proof ever surfaced, Cheung’s response to Sellers raised some serious eyebrows.

Ammar Moussa, a member of President Joe Biden’s campaign, shared Cheung’s tweet and his own response to it.

“The Trump campaign’s response to the story about their boss using the N-word is to attack another Black man,” Moussa wrote. “Yikes.”

Cheung was quick to go on the attack, targeting both Moussa and actor Robert De Niro over his recent public condemnation of Trump.

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“Ammar— you’re going to have to do better than that,” Cheung snapped back. “Rolling out Robert De Niro to be kicked in the b—s in public didn’t work out earlier this week. Now, you’re resorting to bulls— stories because your boss slurred through his speech yesterday. Maybe you need a new boss.”

Cheung’s defense of his boss did not sit well with several of his followers.

Source: Raw Story – Celebrating 20 Years of Independent Journalism

TruthPukes Take:

  • “Cheung issued this dare on the heels of a bombshell Slate claim from a former producer of “The Apprentice” who said Trump used the n-word on the set to question whether America would “buy” a Black contestant’s victory.
  • Sellers, who is also Black, responded to the report on X in a tweet that uses no euphemisms to describe the word Trump is accused of saying.
  • “The Trump campaign’s response to the story about their boss using the N-word is to attack another Black man,” Moussa wrote.
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