Howard Stern suggests he could run against Trump and 'beat his a--' in 2024

Howard Stern.
Howard Stern. Kevin Kane/Getty Images For The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Famed radio host Howard Stern decided to jokingly (or perhaps not?) enter the presidential fray on Tuesday, telling listeners he just might launch a White House bid in 2024 should former President Donald Trump decide to do so, as well.

When told by co-host Robin Quivers that "if Trump decides to run again, you have to run against him," an amused Stern replied, "I know, I'll beat his a--." At the same time, the New York Daily News says, Stern "appeared to recognize his lack of qualifications to govern the country," having first answered, "Who the f--k am I?"

Stern then revealed he once told his wife that campaigning against a resurgent Trump may very well be his "civic duty," explaining he would just "sit there and play that f---ing clip of him trying to fix the election over and over again," a reference to Trump's January attempt to persuade Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R) to "find" enough votes to overturn the election results. "There's no way I'd lose," Stern said.

Sure, that's what they all say. Read more at The Hill.

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