During a recent segment of his radio show, shock jock Howard Stern called for President Trump to resign from the presidency while saying he’s all in for Biden.
Stern also suggested a big rally for Trump supporters where they “all drop deadl”
Stern said, “Boy, oh boy, I got to tell my buddy Donald Trump, Jesus Christ resign from the presidency. Do the world a favor. You don’t want to be president. Go work at Mar-a-Lago. Have a nice rest of your life. This guy is out of his f-cking mind. I don’t know what Donald is doing. I mean, when he holds a press conference, it’s like you go oh f-ck. I would love it if Donald would get on TV and take an injection of Clorox and let’s see if his theory works. Let him, volunteer. Or hold a big rally, say f-ck this coronavirus, with all of his followers, and let them hug each other and kiss each other and have a big, big rally…..Yeah, and all take disinfectant and all drop dead”
Per TheHill, Howard Stern announced Monday he’s “all in on Joe Biden,” saying President Trump “could have been ahead of this curve” on the coronavirus pandemic.
Stern made his endorsement on his SiriusXM radio show after a Trump supporter defended the president’s Thursday remarks regarding using disinfectant or ultraviolet light to combat the coronavirus, which Trump tried to walk back on Friday as being “sarcastic.”
“What’s it going to take? I don’t get it,” Stern said of the president’s comments. “I don’t think there is anyone left who will vote for him.”
“I am all in on Joe Biden,” he later added. “You see the wall that’s right next to you, I’ll vote for the wall over a guy who tells me that I should pour Clorox into my mouth. Listen, I think we are in deep shit. I think we could have been ahead of this curve.”
Stern suggested a massive rally for Trump supporters where they can ingest disinfectant and “all drop dead.”
Stern, who regularly interviewed Trump before he jumped into politics and enjoyed a friendly relationship with the former real estate mogul and reality TV star, endorsed former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016.