Howard Stern gets Trump to speak out in bombshell broadcast — “The country is going to hell”

By Shepard Ambellas

The king of all media has done it again, bringing out the best of Trump on a recent broadcast

(Credit: Boss Tweed/Flickr)
(Credit: Boss Tweed/Flickr)

NEW YORK (INTELLIHUB) — In what can only be considered a bombshell broadcast, world-class entrepreneur and television superstar Donald Trump appeared on the Howard Stern Show Tuesday, saying, “Howard the country is going to hell”, in response to Stern’s question: Why would you want to lessen your lifestyle by becoming the United States president?”.

After some quick back and forth banter about random topics the interview progressed into a state of seriousness getting deep into the Sgt. Bowie Bergdahl saga. “He’s a lowlife traitor, he walked off a number of times”, said Trump, referring to Bergdahl, who was recently traded for 5 top al Qaeda terror masterminds. Trump continued on to talk about how “Obama has now called Iran to come in and help us […] it’s a disaster. We should have never been in there [Middle-East] in the first place. […] We should rebuild our own country”.

Moments later, Howard then managed to pull the trumpster back into commenting on Obama. “I don’t hate Barack Obama, I just think he is a very bad president. I think he doesn’t know what he’s doing, he has very little experience.”, Trump said, going on to talk about a resort he just closed on Scotland, Frank Sinatra, Seth Myers, Johnny Carson and other topics like Russia and China.

“So I’m at the White House dinner […] and Obama is making his speech and he’s talking about me […] he was very good […] I had a great time, then Seth Myers got up and said something, he mumbled something and to be honest it was nasty […] I didn’t know exactly how to react.”, Trump ranted, talking about the dishonesty and the spin in the press the day following the event.

Trump even chimed in on Donald Sterling, saying, “If here in the mode to sell […] he would have got $800 million dollars, the controversy has got him at least a billion two ($1.2B)”. Trump went on to shamelessly brag about not needing partners to make large purchases. “I’ve made bad deals, I’ve turned into great deals”.

Howard then pressed Trump on gay marriage, and Trump avoided the issue saying, “We will talk about that later”.

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Shepard Ambellas is the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News and the maker of SHADE the Motion Picture. You can also find him on Twitter and Facebook. Shepard also appears on the Travel Channel series America Declassified.

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