Arsenio Hall Recalls A Petty Note Trump Sent For Not Mentioning Him In An Interview

Written by on March 2, 2021

Arsenio Corridor, who as soon as competed on “The Celeb Apprentice,” stated former President Donald Trump as soon as expressed his dismay with him by way of a direct word with two phrases written with a Sharpie: “No Trump.” 

The legendary late-night speak present host and comic, who gained 2012’s season of the truth competitors collection, briefly talked concerning the then-reality TV boss throughout his look with Eddie Murphy on “Jimmy Kimmel Stay!” on Monday evening.

After host Jimmy Kimmel jokingly requested Corridor concerning the final time he heard from his “movie star mentor” Trump, Corridor replied with amusing: “We don’t speak rather a lot.”

Corridor then recalled a time, he stated, Trump acquired upset with him after Corridor apparently failed to say him in an interview.

“Typically folks don’t point out the whole lot you say,” Corridor stated. “He took the interview, and he wrote in Sharpie, ‘No Trump,’ and he photographed it and emailed it again to me — I believe somebody in his workplace did.”

“It was the strangest transmission I’ve ever had,” Corridor added. (See the clip beneath.)

Corridor and Murphy, who’re each starring within the anticipated sequel “Coming 2 America,” additionally mentioned their longtime friendship on Monday’s section of “Jimmy Kimmel Stay!”

The comedians first made their appearances as Prince Akeem (Murphy) and Semmi (Corridor) within the beloved 1988 movie “Coming to America.”

Murphy stated that when he would go to Corridor’s famed “The Arsenio Corridor Present,” which first premiered in 1989, the 2 would spend the vast majority of the interview “laughing.”

“Once we had been in an interview it’s similar to … us laughing and inside stuff,” Murphy stated. 

“Coming 2 America” is about to premiere on Amazon Prime on Friday. 


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