Howard Stern says he ‘may have to run’ as president to clean up COVID ‘mess’

Howard Stern says he “may have to run” as president to fix the COVID mess. (Photo: Getty Images)

Howard Stern continues to tease a presidential election.

Again, said the radio host on his Howard Stern Show that he “may have to line up” for commander-in-chief. This time, his rationale was to correct the “mess” caused by anti-vaxxers in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

After show producer Chris Wilding talked about COVID precautions he takes on vacation in Panama, Stern, 67, said in Tuesday’s show that the United States “is turning into a third world country because of the damn idiots we live here. It’s a sad comment on my country. “

He continued, “This is my country. I have too many idiots living here. We could be past a lot of this COVID business” if everyone was just vaccinated.

“I used to be for freedom, but I’m not anymore.” said Stern. “I’m not happy about what’s going on in my country. I might have to run just to clean up this damn mess.”

He was optimistic about what he could do as president.

“Oh, I could clean up in two seconds,” he swore. “Just that way [President Joseph] The bite got us out of Afghanistan. So soon I will clean up. Bom. Immediately.”

While “Hail to the Chief” was playing in the background, Stern said people “would listen to me.”

Stern also called up actors who have left their jobs due to their refusal to be vaccinated. In the last few days it was confirmed that two long time General Hospital stars, Ingo Rademacher and Steve Burton, were fired for that reason.

“Let me tell you something – I want to tell you a little secret – if you’re an actor, it’s really hard to get a job unless you’re like at the top, top level.”

“Is he crazy?” he asked Rademacher as Stern reviewed his story. “It’s insane.”

Stern previously beat Aaron Rodgers after it was revealed that he did not receive the COVID vaccine.

Stern apparently has an election campaign. On the show on November 9, he said it would be his “civic duty” to run for president if Donald Trump ran for another term in 2024. He also vowed to “slap himself in the ass.”

Stern has been critical of Trump in recent years after helping grow the real estate developer’s fame, when Trump was really only known in the NYC area. For years, Trump would look past or call into Stern’s show. Often, they would have rude conversations about women (including Trump’s daughter). Stern has said he helped Trump win the presidency. The men no longer speak, the last time was a congratulations when Trump won in 2016.

The shock shock has had political ambitions beyond correcting COVID and potentially beating Trump. In 1994, he announced that he was running for governor of New York. He ran as a Libertarian and won the party’s nomination, but dropped out after refusing to submit the financial information required by law.

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