Actor and comedian Tom Arnold takes aim at Donald Trump in an attempt to uncover damaging footage and audio recordings in the new appropriately-title series, The Hunt for the Trump Tapes With Tom Arnold.
The first two episodes of the eight-part series will premiere Tuesday at 10:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on Viceland.
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One wouldn’t expect Arnold, the 59-year-old actor who has appeared mostly in comedic roles throughout his career, to take on the part of an investigative reporter, but that’s sort of the point.
“No one ever thought of me as an investigative journalist, then again, no one ever thought of Donald Trump as a president,” he says in the show’s opening. “He’s the same kind of old-school dumb ass as I am, and I sure as hell don’t think a guy like me should be president.”
The first episode of the eight-part series features Arnold confronting famed radio host Howard Stern as to why he won’t release past interviews with Trump, while the second features interviews with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Penn Jillette and other cast and crew from Trump’s former show The Apprentice.
Arnold has said that if he found any damning tapes or something that would “help our country,” he wouldn’t withhold it, so it’s unlikely that anything major comes out of this series, but it should be an entertaining watch nonetheless.