KEY POINTS

  • Donald Trump was once again criticized by former "Celebrity Apprentice" staff Noel Casler
  • Noel Casler claims Ivanka Trump should be feared
  • Donald Trump reportedly earned the nickname Captain Valtrex

Donald Trump has once again been called an addict by former “Celebrity Apprentice” staff Noel Casler. He also criticized the POTUS by saying that he barely works.

On Twitter, Casler suggested that the president is in a position to protect the Russian mob.

“Listen, Trump has been laundering money for the Russians for decades. It was no secret in NYC. The audience at ‘Apprentice’ Finale’s was like 90% Russians. His ‘Presidency’ is nothing more than an attempt to weaken America for the benefit of Putin. It’s working,” he tweeted.

In a follow-up tweet, Casler alleged that during the first season of “The Apprentice,” producers had to rent furniture to make Trump appear more prosperous because when they first showed up during filming, it was all old and worn out.

“Trump also insisted his kids participate in the show, not just so they could collect AFTRA wages but a per diem for that days shooting. Often, they would try and ‘double-dip’ production but claiming they didn’t receive it when they canceled shoots,” Casler wrote.

And a more shocking allegation was made by Casler when he said that Trump’s crew was told to wear gloves when handling his water bottle and glass on the set of his show because of his herpes virus. According to the former staff, the POTUS earned the nickname Captain Valtrex because of this.

This isn’t the first time that Casler lashed out at Melania Trump’s husband. In January, the staff talked about the president’s schedule and said that he has lots of executive time. At that time, Casler called Trump unmanageable and dysfunctional.

But at the end of the day, Casler said that people should still be more fearful of Trump’s favorite daughter, Ivanka Trump.

“If you are scared of Trump, you should be terrified of Ivanka. I think she’s the brains behind the operation. I’ve seen her manipulate him. It’s all an act. Down to that phony voice she uses. That’s a put on. That’s how he likes her to sound,” he said.

Representative Doug Collins (2L), was with President Donald Trump (C) during a coronavirus briefing at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters Representative Doug Collins (2L), was with President Donald Trump (C) during a coronavirus briefing at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters Photo: AFP / JIM WATSON