Howard Stern said Donald Trump’s controversial town hall on CNN last week was “an interesting thing to watch” — and suggested that the struggling cable network stage similar events with other GOP presidential hopefuls.
“I don’t know, I thought it was f–king — really f–king interesting and entertaining,” he said during the Monday edition of “The Howard Stern Show.”
“Everyone had their t-ts in a twist over Trump being on there [CNN], and the audience was like laughing and, you know, cheering him on, and a lot of people got upset about it,” Stern said.
“I’m pretty sure anybody who didn’t like Trump hated him even more after that,” he added, though Trump’s “fans love him,” which Stern said made the May 10 town hall “an interesting thing to watch.”
He then said CNN should give the other possible 2024 GOP nominees — namely Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott and Nikki Haley — their moment on stage.
“They should have all the candidates if they want,” Stern said during his SiriusXM radio show.
However, Stern did criticize CNN for its live audience, which was made up of New Hampshire Republican and undecided voters.
This article was originally posted by New York Post.
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