Howard Stern says Bradley Cooper will be his vice president
Howard Stern’s bid for president could be a star affair if he goes through with his plans, as Bradley Cooper has reportedly agreed to be the shock athlete’s running mate.
Stern recently shared that he was considering a bid for the White House in light of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wadethe 1973 decision that legalized abortion in the United States
The effect of the ruling – which has drawn criticism from abortion rights supporters – will be to allow individual states to set their own rules, and several have already imposed legislation making pregnancy terminations illegal.
During Monday’s installment of The Howard Stern Showthe broadcaster said, “I’m probably going to have to run for president now.”
Turning his attention to the Supreme Court justices who voted to overturn the decision Roe vs. Wadehe added: “These judges appointed by [former President Donald] Trump was nominated by a president who lost the popular vote by 3 million votes.
“That’s where we get in trouble…the problem with most presidents is that they have too big an agenda. The only agenda I would have is to make the country just again.”
On Wednesday, Stern revisited the subject on his SiriusXM show, when he told co-host Robin Quivers of american hustle star Cooper: “This guy is going to attract the female vote like you wouldn’t believe.”
Stern went on to explain that the conversation with the running mate began after receiving a congratulatory text message from Cooper regarding his announcement regarding his possible run for president.
Making the most of the opportunity, Stern said he then asked Cooper if he would be interested in running on his ticket as vice president, getting the reported response: “Over.”
According to Stern, Cooper expressed concerns about portraying himself as “another white guy”, although Stern said he assured the movie star he would be “such an asset, people will understand”.
Stating that Cooper was the first person he asked to be his running mate, Stern added, “He said yes, so my search is over.”
During the conversation, Quivers pointed out that former President Ronald Reagan acted alongside a chimpanzee in the film. Bedtime for Bonzo.
“Now we’re going to have a guy who played a raccoon,” Quivers added, in reference to Cooper voicing the Rocket character in guardians of the galaxy.
Considering Cooper’s acting history, Stern then shared what he touted as his possible campaign slogan: “He’s a real patriot and a big raccoon.”
Newsweek contacted a Cooper representative for comment.
Stern made similar comments about running for commander-in-chief in 2021, while discussing a potential presidential bid for Trump in 2024.
On his radio show in November last year, Quivers told Stern that if Trump ever ran again, he would have to be the property mogul’s opponent.
“I know, I’ll beat him a**,” Stern said in response. “I would just sit there at the debate and play this fucking clip of him trying to fix the election, over and over… There’s no way I’m losing.”
The radio personality previously ran for governor of New York City in 1994. According to The Washington PostStern announced he was running for governor of New York on his radio show and said he planned to run as a libertarian against incumbent Democratic Governor Mario Cuomo.
“It doesn’t matter if you find me offensive…I’ll quit before I can really mess anything up,” Stern said in announcing his gubernatorial bid, according to the report. Job.
However, a few months later, Stern decided to end his run for governor after refusing to release his financial information to the public.
After finishing her run, Stern said on her show, according to the Job: “I spend 25 hours a week telling you all the most intimate details of my life. One fact that I have never revealed is how much I earn and how much money I have… These are not your business.”