Videos (below) from the Golf Channel's show "Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf" from 2010 recently surfaced, and show President-elect Trump dropping the F-bomb on an employee, and demanding that nearby homes be blocked from view on his golf course in Scotland.
According to BuzzFeed News, Trump curses at golf course landscaper Paul O’Connor:
I got four miles of f***ing ocean, right? It's over there, that's the problem ... Everybody, you're driving them all f***ing crazy. I mean, you're driving them f***ing crazy. You gotta either get along or you find something that is going to make you happy.
Do you understand me? I don't know what the f*** the problem is ... Right now, they're building the course. let them build the f***ing course. Leave them alone ... Come on, get smart, use your f***ing brain, OK?
In another clip, Trump secretly gives another employee some cash, and tells him he can keep it or share it with other workers:
Here, put this in your pocket, this is for your guys here. Take that. Put it in your pocket. That for your guys, for you and your group. OK? For whoever you want, or for you, I don’t give a s***. It could also be exclusively for you, alright?
In a third clip, Trump complains about a house on his golf course property: "Sarah, I want to get rid of that house."
Sarah tells Trump that removing the house is "going to create a bit of a stir," but Trump replies: "Who cares? Who cares? You know what, who cares. It’s our property, we can do what we want. We’re trying to build the greatest course in the world. This house is ugly."
Trump explains in his office how his crew is "berming" some of the houses, which is when huge piles of earth are piled up around the homes so golf players won't see the dwellings.
Trump adds: "And nobody has a problem with it, I guess maybe the people that live in the houses have."
In a fourth clip, Trump is back on the golf course telling his crew: "Now, that house is going to be gone because you’re putting a big dune right there, alright? This is fantastic."
The Trump Organization would not comment to BuzzFeed News about the clips.
CNN reported in October that the Golf Channel refused to sell episodes from the 2010 and 2011 seasons; the former included Trump's rant.
David Schaefer, vice president of communications for the Golf Channel, told CNN at the time: "The episodes that aired did not contain anything newsworthy as it relates to this election, and we are unaware of any newsworthy content that did not make air."
A different Golf Channel spokesperson told CNN there was unaired footage, but there was no benefit in releasing it.
The Trump campaign refused to comment to CNN.