Is the presidential Donald Trump the real man, or is he really just “effing crazy”?
Chelsea Handler put together a panel of former Celebrity Apprentice stars to find out if the GOP presidential nominee is the real Trump, or if it’s all “an act.”
Khloe Kardashian, Clay Aiken and Lisa Lampanelli, who were fired by Trump on his NBC reality series (Nene Leakes quit) joined Handler on her Netflix show to discuss if the version of Trump that the public sees now.
Leakes told Handler that she quit the show because she “just couldn’t take it anymore,” and she “was about to pull my wig off.” She also told the host that the Trump campaign reached out to her to speak at one of rallies, but she refused.
Kardashian, who also joined Handler for her Netflix docuseries that debuted in May, said she appeared on Celebrity Apprentice because her mom made her, and she “hated every minute of it.”
“It just is something I would never do,” said Kardashian. “I’m put in these situations I would never be in in real life. I went to home school, I don’t know how to do a f—king PowerPoint. I don’t care. What is that going to prove in my real life? I’m just stressing out, and then dealing with him and about to be fired, I’m like ‘F— you, I don’t want to do this.'”
Leakes added that while she was on the show, she “thought he was very nice, he was very true to who he was” and she liked his kids.
Comedian Lampanelli added that she “has no problem with Trump as a human being,” as she still does charity work with him, but she also thinks he is “effing crazy.” “In that boardroom, he would say some crazy stuff to the women,” the comedian explained.
Aiken, who also recently ran for office but lost, believes Trump’s campaign is about his narcissism and that Trump will probably win, which “is frightening to me.” He also encouraged people to vote for Hillary Clinton to avoid “a clown president” like Trump.
On Tuesday, Clinton won the Democratic nomination and made history as the first female major-party nominee.
Watch the full segment below.
This article was originally published on The Hollywood Reporter.