Howard Stern says he ‘might have to run’ for president to clean up COVID ‘mess’

Howard Stern continues to provoke a presidential candidacy.

Once again the radio host said in his Howard Stern Show that he “might have to run” for commander-in-chief. This time, his reasoning was to fix the “mess” caused by anti-vaccines amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

After show producer Chris Wilding spoke about the COVID precautions he’s taking while on vacation in Panama, Stern, 67, said on Tuesday’s show that the United States “is becoming a third world country because of to the fucking morons we have living here. It’s a sad comment about my country. “

He continued: “This is my country. I have too many morons living here. We could have gotten through a lot of this COVID thing” if everyone got vaccinated.

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

“I used to be free, but I’m not free anymore.” Stern said. “I don’t feel good about what’s going on in my country. I may have to run just to clean up this damn mess.”

He was optimistic about what he could do as president.

“Oh, I could clean it in two seconds,” he vowed. “Just like that [President Joseph] Biden got us out of Afghanistan. That’s how fast I’m going to fix things. Boom. Immediately.”

As “Hail to the Chief” played in the background, Stern said people would “listen to me.”

Stern also called the actors who have quit their jobs because of their refusal to get vaccinated. In recent days, it was confirmed that two years General Hospital stars, Ingo Rademacher and Steve Burton, were fired for that reason.

“Let me tell you something, I’m going to tell you a little secret, if you are an actor, it is very difficult to get a job, unless you are at the top, in the highest step.”

“Are you crazy?” he asked Rademacher, while Stern went over his story. “It’s crazy.”

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

Running for office seems to be on Stern’s mind. On the Nov. 9 show, he said it would be his “civic duty” to run for president if Donald Trump runs for a second term in 2024. He also promised to “beat him up.”

Stern has criticized Trump in recent years, after he helped grow the real estate developer’s fame when Trump was really only known in the New York area. For years, Trump would skip or call the Stern show. They often had crude conversations about women (including Trump’s daughter). Stern has said that he helped Trump win the presidency. Men don’t talk anymore, the last time was an exchange of congratulations when Trump won in 2016.

The shock athlete has had political aspirations in addition to fixing 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 withdrew after refusing to submit financial disclosures required by law.

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