Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing was one of the nastiest fights anyone around Washington could remember.
Democrats used hoax allegations of sexual assault to try and derail his path to the Supreme Court.
And you won’t believe who Donald Trump could have picked instead of Brett Kavanaugh.
Radio shock jock Howard Stern – for better or worse – is one of the biggest names in pop culture.
The self-proclaimed “King of All Media” was once friendly with Donald Trump who had made numerous appearances on Stern’s radio show.
Right now, Stern is in the middle of a publicity tour to promote his new book, and his relationship with Trump is of keen interest to members of the fake news media.
During an interview with fake news CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Stern described how during the 2016 campaign, Trump would press the radio host for his endorsement.
“He used to call me from the campaign trail and I think he was really desirous of my endorsement because A) I have a big audience and B) he’s familiar with that audience and I think it would have been very comforting to him if I had gotten on board. So when he secured the nomination and now he was thinking about the convention, I think he wanted some show biz there. He picked up the phone and called me personally,” Stern told Cooper.
Stern then told Cooper that he believed that had he endorsed Trump at the Republican National Convention, he could have named his asking price.
And that included a potential seat on the Supreme Court.
“He asked me if I would go to the Republican convention and endorse him and I was like oh, gosh. For about a split second, I thought, could you imagine if I was all in. I would be the head of the FCC. I could be on the Supreme Court. I think Donald would give me anything I asked,” Stern continued.
Donald Trump went on to win the 2016 election because voters who listed appointing Supreme Court Justices as their number one issue broke decisively for Trump against Hillary Clinton.
Republican voters remained loyal to Trump because the President followed through on his pledge to appoint Supreme Court Justices in the mold of Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas despite an attempted Deep State coup and an unending fake news media assault.
The President’s campaign team believes they can recreate the 2016 playbook and again use the prospect of Trump naming conservative judicial nominees to rally the GOP base against whomever emerges as the eventual Democrat Party presidential nominee.
But there is zero-chance Trump would have—or will—named Howard Stern as his choice to fill a seat on the Supreme Court.
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