Con­way: Trump may con­tinue ‘Celebrity Ap­pren­tice’ po­si­tion

The Washington Times Daily - - POLITICS - — David Sherfin­ski

Don­ald Trump’s cam­paign man­ager con­firmed that Mr. Trump could re­tain an ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer ti­tle on NBC’s “Celebrity Ap­pren­tice” af­ter he takes of­fice in Jan­uary.

“He’s a very trans­par­ent guy. Ev­ery­one can see what he’s do­ing, and the fact is that he is con­fer­ring with all types of ex­perts to tell him what he is al­lowed to do and not to do as the pres­i­dent of the United States,” Kellyanne Con­way said on CNN’s “New Day.”

“If the lawyers and the pro­to­col of­fi­cers say that he can do that, then he prob­a­bly is go­ing to say, ‘Why not?’” she said, com­par­ing the show to a leisure-time in­ter­est for a pres­i­dent.

Va­ri­ety re­ported Thurs­day that Mr. Trump is re­tain­ing his ex­ec­u­tive pro­ducer credit on “Celebrity Ap­pren­tice.” That spin-off, cou­pled with the orig­i­nal “Ap­pren­tice” series, helped ce­ment Mr. Trump’s sta­tus as a world-fa­mous celebrity over the past decade.

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