Over the years, when he would hire people for his business or even on his television show, “The Apprentice,” Donald Trump would inevitably make his employees sign non-disclosure agreements.
A non-disclosure agreement, in legal terms, means that you agree not to say anything about your employer even after you no longer work for that company or person. The technical definition of one, according to Cornell Law School, is:
“A legally binding contract (also known as an NDA or confidentiality agreement) in which a person or business promises to treat specific information as a trade secret and not disclose it to others without proper authorization.”
But why would Trump demand an NDA from those who work for him? What trade secrets does he have that must be kept hidden?
Based on what a former staffer from “The Apprentice” has to say, the reason is an embarrassing one for Donald Trump.
According to Noel Casler, who was on the production staff of Trump’s former reality show, years of drug abuse and increasing age have made the president dependent upon adult diapers because he’s incontinent. And Casler even made this fact public on the Donald’s favorite social media platform, Twitter:
Just FYI, it’s not a joke, Trump has been incontinent for many years due to stimulant abuse and poor diet. The crew nickname for ‘Apprentice’ was the ‘sh*t show’ for the frequency of Trump evacuating his bowels on set. It was one of the reasons for the NDA. @realDonaldTrump
— NoelCaslerComedy (@CaslerNoel) March 4, 2020
Yes, the all-powerful U.S. head of state craps his pants several times a day and has to be changed, like a newborn baby.
Think about it: Would you want someone to know that secret? Probably not, and if you had attorneys on permanent retainer, you could assure it didn’t become public knowledge by demanding a non-disclosure agreement as a stipulation of employment.
Casler’s assertion also matches something from a 2017 article in GQ which speculated that Trump suffered from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS):
“Look, IBS can be a terrible thing to live with, and no one should be made fun of for having it. We’re not making fun of the president here—on the contrary, knowing that POTUS suffers from IBS can (a) redeem a few of his shittier behavioral tics, and (b) serve as a really inspirational story about how you can’t let your gut bring you down. It’s not like we’re suggesting that the president can’t read or anything.”
Donald Trump is a shitty person. And that may well be true in more ways than we ever imagined possible.