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Howard Stern reveals Bradley Cooper as his Presidential running mate

Just one day after announcing his 2024 presidential run, shock jock Howard Stern has found a running mate in Bradley Cooper.

Stern, 68, announced on his daily Sirius XM radio program Monday that he would consider running for president in 2024, if Republicans nominate Donald Trump again.

During Wednesday’s episode, he revealed that Cooper, 47, was extending his hand and congratulating him on his potential presidential run, when Stern asked if he would like to be his running mate, which Cooper apparently immediately accepted.

Running mate: Just one day after announcing his 2024 presidential run, shock jock Howard Stern has found a running mate in Bradley Cooper

Running mate: Just one day after announcing his 2024 presidential run, shock jock Howard Stern has found a running mate in Bradley Cooper

Asked and Answered: During Wednesday's episode, he revealed that Cooper, 47, was reaching out and congratulating him on his potential presidential run, when Stern asked if he would be his running mate, which Cooper apparently immediately accepted.

Asked and Answered: During Wednesday’s episode, he revealed that Cooper, 47, was reaching out and congratulating him on his potential presidential run, when Stern asked if he would be his running mate, which Cooper apparently immediately accepted.

Before revealing his running mate’s name, Stern said he was “texting back and forth” with someone he’d like to have as his running mate.

“He said I want to congratulate you and you have my vote and we had a really nice conversation and I said, ‘How would you like to be the vice president?’ And do you know what he said? “Ready!” said Stern.

He said, ‘I’m in, but you know I’m a white man too,’ and I said, you know, I appreciate you saying that, but I believe you’ll be such a credit to the ticket , which I think people would understand,” Stern explained.

Texting: Before revealing his running mate's name, Stern said he was

Texting: Before revealing his running mate’s name, Stern said he was “texting back and forth” with someone he’d like to have as his running mate

Congratulate:

Congratulate: “He said I want to congratulate you and you have my vote and we had a really nice conversation and I said, ‘How would you like to be the vice president?’ And do you know what he said? “Done!” said Stern

His longtime co-host Robin Quivers asked if he’d given this “great consideration,” and he said, “I put as much thought into it as I did putting my hat in the ring: almost none,” which Quivers said. made it laugh.

Stern added that he was “shocked” that Cooper wanted to join, with Quivers asking if this person should come live with them, but Stern said he didn’t want to be disturbed because he was shooting a movie.

Stern added that he’ll be “drawing in the female voice like you wouldn’t believe,” before announcing that Cooper is the pick.

Consideration: His longtime co-host Robin Quivers asked if he'd given this

Consideration: His longtime co-host Robin Quivers asked if he’d given this “great consideration,” and he said, “I paid as much attention as I did putting my hat in the ring: almost none,” which Quivers said. made it laugh

Wanted: Stern added that he was

Wanted: Stern added that he was “shocked” that Cooper wanted in, with Quivers asking if this person should come live with them, but Stern said he didn’t want to be disturbed because he was shooting a movie

The news clearly surprised Quivers, who said, “What? Go away! He said he wanted to be vice president?’

She also asked, “Does he know what he’s saying yes to?” as Stern joked, “No. I told him I’m announcing it today.’

Quivers also added that when Ronald Reagan, former Hollywood actor and California governor, ran for president, “they said, ‘That’s the guy who traded with a chimpanzee.” And now we have a man who played a raccoon,” referring to Cooper’s role as Rocket Raccoon in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy movies.

Stunned: The news clearly surprised Quivers, who said, “What?  Go away!  He said he wanted to be vice president?'

Stunned: The news clearly surprised Quivers, who said, “What? Go away! He said he wanted to be vice president?’

Today: She also asked,

Today: She also asked, “Does he know what he’s saying yes to?” as Stern joked, “No. I told him I’ll announce it today’

Stern added that Cooper “didn’t even hesitate” to say yes, adding: “He’s a true patriot and a great raccoon. That’s our campaign slogan.’

Stern’s announcement on Monday seemingly came as a direct response to the Supreme Court’s lifting of the Roe v. Wade abortion law.

“I said to Robin, and I hate to say this, but, but I said to her, ‘I should probably be president now,’ Stern said.

Patriot and Raccoon: Stern added that Cooper

Patriot and Raccoon: Stern added that Cooper “didn’t even hesitate” to say yes, adding, “He’s a true patriot and a great raccoon. That’s our campaign slogan’

Response: Stern's announcement on Monday seemingly came as a direct response to the Supreme Court's lifting of the Roe v. Wade abortion law

Response: Stern’s announcement on Monday seemingly came as a direct response to the Supreme Court’s lifting of the Roe v. Wade abortion law

“The problem with most presidents is that they have too big an agenda. The only agenda I would have is to make the country fair again,” he said, adding that one of the top items on his agenda is to eliminate the Electoral College.

“I gave a long-winded speech to Robin last weekend about how I’m going to do the very simple thing that will set the country right: one vote, one person, no more from this electoral college,” Stern said on Monday.

‘I’m getting rid of it. And then Robin said, “Can you do that as president?” And I said, “I don’t know, let’s find out!”‘ he added.

Agenda: 'The problem with most presidents is that they have too big an agenda.  The only agenda I would have is to make the country fair again,

Agenda: ‘The problem with most presidents is that they have too big an agenda. The only agenda I would have is to make the country fair again,” he said, adding that one of the top items on his agenda is to abolish the electoral college.

Electoral College:

Electoral College: “I gave a long-winded speech with Robin last weekend about how I’m going to do the very simple thing that will set the country right: one vote, one person, no more of this electoral college,” Stern said Monday:

Stern also wants to appoint more Supreme Court justices, adding, “As soon as I become president, you’ll have five new Supreme Court justices who will overthrow all this nonsense.”

This would not be Stern’s first step into politics, having run for governor of New York in 1994 under the Libertarian Party ticket.

He eventually retired from the race after refusing to disclose his personal finances.

It’s also worth noting that in December 2020, Stern signed a new five-year deal with Sirius XM that runs until the end of 2025.

Supreme Court: Stern also wants to appoint more Supreme Court justices, adding: 'As soon as I become president, you'll get five new Supreme Court justices who will overthrow all this nonsense'

Supreme Court: Stern also wants to appoint more Supreme Court justices, adding: ‘As soon as I become president, you’ll get five new Supreme Court justices who will overthrow all this nonsense’

Politics: This wouldn't be Stern's first time getting into politics, having run for New York governor under the Libertarian Party ticket in 1994

Politics: This wouldn’t be Stern’s first time getting into politics, having run for New York governor under the Libertarian Party ticket in 1994

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