(CNN)Tom Arnold held a rambling press conference for his new Viceland show "The Hunt for the Trump Tapes" on Thursday, insisting that he would continue his personal campaign to discredit or embarrass President Trump "until he resigns."
Tom Arnold brings anti-Trump crusade to Viceland
The little-seen cable channel, part of the A&E Networks, announced that the program would premiere Sept. 18 with two half-hour episodes. Described as "'All the President's Men' meets 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,'" "Trump Tapes" mixes reality-show-style personal elements about Arnold and his quest -- sometimes in comedic fashion -- with appearances by celebrities like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Rosie O'Donnell, as well as journalists Jane Mayer, David Corn and Michael Isikoff.
The tapes in question include unaired footage from "The Apprentice," highlighting efforts -- dating back to the presidential campaign in 2016 and exposure of the "Access Hollywood" tape -- to release outtakes that would allegedly show the president saying sexist or misogynistic things.
Other tapes being sought by Arnold include outtakes from Howard Stern's radio show, on which Trump was a frequent guest.