Khloe Kardashian 'forced' to take part in Donald Trump's reality show


The 32-year-old reality star appeared on the series back in 2009 and competed alongside a host of famous faces to win the contest judged by Donald Trump.

However, as Khloe appeared on U.S. talk show Chelsea on Wednesday, she admitted she never wanted to take part in the show in the first place. "I didn't care to do Celebrity Apprentice," she said. "My mom made me do it." Kris Jenner has made millions through orchestrating the careers of her daughters - Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian and Kendall and Kylie Jenner - and even trademarked the job title of "momager".

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Khloe was fired from Celebrity Apprentice after Trump found out she had been arrested for driving under the influence two years before.

"I was just stressing myself out, and then dealing with him (Trump), and then about to be fired, I was like, 'f**k you,' I don't want to do this," she added.

"I hated every minute of it. I was put in situations I would never be in real life."

Trump has come a long way since his entrepreneur days and is now the official Republican candidate for president of the United States. His only competition is Hillary Clinton, but one person who won't be voting for him is Kris.

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Asked if her mother would vote Trump, Khloe replied: "I don't think so, no. I don't think he would make a good president."

Khloe was joined on Chelsea by several other Celebrity Apprentice rejects, including stand-up comedian Lisa Lampanelli who blasted Trump for always complimenting all the women on the show except her.

Clay Aiken also commented on his time on Trump's reality series, admitting: "I feel like in person he can be very gracious. This campaign for him isn’t really about being president; it’s really about recognition and being able to say he won."

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