Howard Stern Reacts to President-elect Donald Trump Winning: “People Love You”

 

Howard started the show by congratulating Donald Trump on winning U.S. Presidential Election. Howard said now he’s the president and you hope for the best. Robin agreed and reiterated, you want him to be the best ever.

Stern was also pleased with medical marijuana legalization in a few more states. Howard said doctor-assisted suicide was approved in Colorado too. “We allow dogs and cats to be put out of their misery so why not human beings.”

During the broadcast, Stern recalled a conversation he had with President-elect Trump when he ran into him at a restaurant in April 2016.

“He sat down at my table and we were talking,” Stern said. “I said, ‘People love you.”

“If things go wrong — not even because of his own fault — and the economy starts to falter, then you’re everybody’s fucking scumbag. Everyone’s like, ‘Fuck him.’ Why would you want that for the last 10 good summers of your life? I don’t get it. And I said it to him, ‘Don’t do this to yourself.’”

In 1988, Oprah asked Donald Trump if wanted to run for President. Donald Trump told Oprah he’d only run for president under one condition. Trump would only do it, he said, if The United States of America gets really, really bad. Which it obviously has.

“Probably not. But I do get tired of seeing the country get ripped off. If it got so bad, I would never want to rule it out totally, because I really am tired of seeing what’s happening with this country. We’re really making other people live like kings, and we’re not.”

Howard wondered if he’ll build the wall, round up illegal aliens and throw them out of the country and if there will be a ban on Muslims. Howard asked if there is any discussion about Donald Trump being able to do the show anymore. Robin said the answer is absolutely no.

Howard said jokingly that some people are advocating President Trump appoints him to be on the Supreme Court. Maybe he read our article here on WCQJ.com: SUPREME COURT JUSTICE HOWARD STERN?

Donald Trump Needs to Prostrate Himself Before the Gods of Political Correctness and Beg for Mercy

Evangelion TrumpWhy do people support Donald Trump for President?

Donald Trump spends very little time defining his supporters, but at a recent Trump rally, several supporters wanted to explain why they support his candidacy.

“The people that mind their own business, don’t depend on anyone else,” said Patty Hughes of Indianola, Iowa, when asked to describe silent majority. “They don’t expect anything from anybody, and they’re kind of quiet. They don’t go around bragging. They’re not activists.”

Her husband, Larry, said, “They expect a dollar work for a dollar pay. They don’t want anything free, but they don’t want stuff taken away from them either. And that’s happening to us out here in the cheap seats.”

The silent majority that supports Trump is defined by restoration rather than revolution. His whole campaign is centered around “Making America Great Again.” A restoration of limited government, moral order, non-interventionism, fiscal conservatism and the disapproval of things like aboriton or incompetent leadership.

The media plays the race card on Donald Trump.

CNN’s objective is not to get Mr. Trump to disavow Dr. David Duke since he has already done so several times.

It is to make Trump prostrate himself before the gods of political correctness and beg for mercy. More importantly, the objective is to morally shame voters into not voting for the candidate they actually support.

Of course, the corporate shills want to paint the silent majority as a disgruntled white male uprising. Trump supporters decided to call into NPR explaining why they don’t believe the term “silent majority” has a racial connotation.

“I don’t think that’s true at all now,” said George Davey of West Des Moines. “You can look at Trump, and the people he hires. I’m sure he has a lot of people of various ethnic backgrounds in his companies.”

“The reason why we’re silent is because we’re not allowed to talk,” he said. “My favorite thing about Trump is that he wants to get rid of political correctness.”

“The silent majority is always going to be a state of mind,” he said. “It’s a feeling. It’s a feeling of dispossession and that feeling of dispossession can come about most dramatically in times when things seem to be changing. When all that’s solid melts into air.”

Is Ted Cruz Eligible To Be President?

Ted Cruz Cartoon WCQJDuring an interview with the Washington Post, Donald Trump said primary voters should consider where Ted Cruz was born before voting for him. Ted Cruz does not hide the fact that he was born in Alberta, Canada.

“Republicans are going to have to ask themselves the question: ‘Do we want a candidate who could be tied up in court for two years?’ That’d be a big problem.” Trump, discussing Ted Cruz eligibility to run for POTUS.

As you may know, under the Natural-born-citizen clause, The United States Constitution requires the president be a natural-born citizen.

“It’d be a very precarious one for Republicans because he’d be running and the courts may take a long time to make a decision. You don’t want to be running and have that kind of thing over your head.” Trump added.

Ted Cruz was automatically granted American citizenship at birth since his mother is an American citizen. In an interview with CNN, Cruz responded to Donald Trumps question about his eligibility.

“The legal issue is straightforward, the son of a US citizen born abroad is a natural-born citizen.” Cruz answered.

Some background information on the topic. The US Constitution does not define what natural-born citizen precisely means. People have their own opinions but constitutional and legal scholars say the term comprises:

All people born subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, including, generally, those born in the United States, those born to U.S. citizen parents in foreign countries, and those born in other situations meeting the legal requirements for U.S. citizenship “at birth”.

President Ventura’s State of the Union

jesse ventura 2016Unsurprisingly, there is already talk of Hillary Clinton running for president in 2016. She has been planning to get back to the White House since before she left there.

“Some say if Jeb Bush ran against Hillary Clinton we would probably have a very good race, well thought-out, no backstabbing, good issues, two concerned bright Americans. What do you make of that?” asked Larry King.

“If Jeb Bush ends up against Hillary Clinton, that’s going to pave the way for Jesse Ventura to be the next president,” replied Ventura.

“If I run as an independent I will be a true independent. I offer the people of America, I challenge them to elect the first president since George Washington, the father of our country, that doesn’t belong to a political party. Imagine that. And I think the way it is today, you could win on that issue alone.”

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.”