Last week, during one of his rare working appearances on Sirius/XM, Howard Stern made the quip that he might decide to enter the 2024 presidential race as part of his “civic duty” to face-off against Donald Trump for the White House.
“If Trump decides to run again, you have to run against him,” Stern’s news lady Robin Quivers said to the 67-year-old coronabro Stern whose latest rage was aimed at Aaron Rodgers, suggesting the QB should be kicked out of the NFL for not getting vaccinated.
“I know, I’ll beat his ass,” Stern told Quivers about a possible run against Trump, 75.
However, Stern immediately started to have reservations about his qualifications. “Who the f–k am I?” he told Quivers.
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— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) November 13, 2021
But it’s 2021 and Stern said he told his wife Beth that it might be his “civic duty” to battle Trump for the White House.
What would Stern’s strategy be if he faces Trump?
The radio host said he’d “sit there and play that f–king clip of him trying to fix the election over and over again,” referencing a Trump call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
“There’s no way I’d lose,” Stern added.
You know who’s rooting for that showdown? CNN and every other news outlet that makes money via politics. It would be a content gold mine.
Summer ratings at CNN were down 42% compared to 2020 during the Presidential election surge that was aided by COVID hysteria and Black Lives Matter destroying American cities.