Howard Stern predicts Trump takes nomination; ‘might actually be able to get s*** done’

trump sternRadio legend Howard Stern turned fortune teller on Monday, predicting that Donald Trump will be the next Republican presidential nominee.

Stern’s reasoning for the prediction is simple. Voters “like the idea of a successful businessman running the country who might actually be able to get s— done,” he told his listeners.

“I’ll tell you why I think he’s going to be the nominee: He’s proven that no matter what he says, people dig him,” the SiriusXM radio host said.

But Stern also predicted the road won’t be easy for Trump, especially if he makes it all the way to the Oval Office.

“But the problem with it is, and Donald Trump will find this: being the president isn’t like being the president of a corporation,” Stern told long-time co-host Robin Quivers. “You still got to go through Congress for everything you want to do. And that’s the tough part. You’ve got to be one who can consolidate on both sides of the aisle, some sort of coalition. And it’s very difficult.”

Stern acknowledged comparisons being made between Trump and President Ronald Reagan. “He was a B-list movie star who became a very successful president. And so they’re looking back to those days and going, ‘Hey, maybe that’s the answer.’”

The New Yorkers have had a relationship for years, and Trump has been a frequent guest on Stern’s show. Stern said it will ultimately be Trump’s strong non-politically correct, anti-establishment stance that will win the billionaire the nomination.

Stern said voters “hate illegal immigrants but feel funny saying it — whether it’s rational or not — ‘Is the illegal immigrant draining your economy?’ Possibly. ‘Is he taking away your job?’ Possibly.”

“Forget all these politicians who are professionals,” Stern said of Trump supporters. “We want to try somebody who is used to a business kind of thing.”

H/T: The Hill

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11 thoughts on “Howard Stern predicts Trump takes nomination; ‘might actually be able to get s*** done’

  1. Backgammon says:

    I used to think Howard was a trap mouth. Since he has been on AGT, I Love Him.
    Also agree that Trump can take this all the way. Tired of the DNC and the GOP shoving candidates like Jeb and Hillary down my throat. Go Trump!

  2. Kenneth Clark says:

    That’s why this election isn’t just about the Pesident. We must replace RINOS and Progressive Liberals in Congress with conservatives.

  3. monacall says:

    Stern’s finally reached the age of conservatism. howards tired of paying all those taxes…..

  4. R T Deco says:

    Ronald Reagan: B-list movie actor

    Donald Trump: B-list “reality TV” actor

    Not the same thing. Trump has more in common with Obama than he does with Reagan.

    I’ll consider Stern’s opinion when I need advice on strippers. Otherwise, no.

    1. knighttemplar01 says:

      And Hillary has more in common with Lizzy Borden, she still hasn’t explained Benghazi, or the 6 billion dollars the state department still cannot account for, that disappeared on her watch.

  5. jaybird says:

    I would like to see him tackle the Federal Reserve. The only thing that worries me about Trump is that our country is run by Corporations and he should not have them in control of anything, suggestions to him OK, but in charge of Gov. Dept’s where they can change things to benefit themselves, no. I like what he said about illegal immigrants. It seems like he is going to delegate a lot of decision making and I hope it is run by him for his input but I am not sure that is the way it is done. If nominated I will vote for him anything is better that what we have had.

  6. AnyKenny says:

    Should he get elected, the first time Trump does an Obama (gives an executive order) the media and Obama himself will throw a collective tantrum like toddlers. “You can’t do that! You can’t do that!” But with bigger majorities in both houses he may not need to.

  7. babbott says:

    “You still got to go through Congress for everything you want to do. And that’s the tough part.”

    The current administration has spent the past 7 years circumventing Congress, so I don’t think co-host Robin Quivers thought that comment through completely.

  8. celticnanaof3 says:

    If Hillary Clinton didn’t have that (D) after her name, how many Democrats would still be supporting her after learning about her failures regarding Benghazi that resulted in the deaths of our Libyan ambassador and 3 other Americans, having classified emails on an unsecured private server, lying time after time about what emails she deleted and why she had her private server wiped clean, possibly facing criminal charges regarding the obstruction of justice and destroying incriminating evidence, accepting large domestic and foreign donations to her family’s foundation and in return giving the donors special considerations regarding business deals, etc.? If she were Hillary Clinton, (R), the liberals/Progressives/Democrats would be screaming for her to be brought to justice just like any one of us would be if we had done even half of what it appears she’s done.

  9. tedlv says:

    He is a fake. He hates women, he calls names in place of making a logical, reasoned argument. People who support this drunk texter are delusional, at best.

    1. knighttemplar01 says:

      you are of course speaking about our current idiot, the closet muslim socio-fascist, wannabe communist working 24/7/365 to destroy our republic. Because what makes Trump so popular is his ability to cut through the PC crap that progressive liberals have used to wreak havoc on the country.

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