Election Day

After two years of hard campaigning, dozens of debates, hundreds of robocalls, thousands of political ads and millions of dollars, Election Day arrives today to give voters the final say over the direction of the United States and its government.

Howard Stern: “I’m still going to vote for Obama. I don’t care what Romney does. I know too much about the dude.”

Donald Trump: “Obama is angry, frustrated and desperate. He said “voting is the best revenge” He is divisive. … In ’08, America voted for Hope & Change. Instead, we got incompetency. Now it is time to put a real job creator in office. Vote 4 Mitt!”

President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are virtually tied according to recent polls. Good luck to all.

Donald Trump for President, Rush Limbaugh and Howard Stern

To which The Donald adds, “That’s probably tougher than the Republicans and the Democrats.”

Trump’s jest aside, his friendships with those two icons (Rush and Howard) show the potential potency of his campaign if he is serious about a presidential run. He truly would be able to bridge the audiences of two seemingly divergent radio worlds, and that type of momentum would make for some powerful electoral brew.

“What people don’t know about Rush, he really has an amazing heart. He’s got a big heart,” Trump shared with HUMAN EVENTS. “The fact is, Rush is a great guy, and I’ve known Rush for a long time, and he’s fantastic.”

And Stern?

“I’ve gotten to know Howard very well over the years … he’s a very different person when you take the mic away. And he also has a very big heart. Now people wouldn’t understand that about Howard.”

On the duo, Trump added: “These two guys, they’re both giants, and they’re both at the opposite ends of the spectrum, but they both have great hearts. And when you get to know them, they are not exactly what you expect to see on radio or on television.”