Howard Stern: Being President is “Very Detrimental to Donald Trump’s Mental Health”

Us Weekly interviewed Howard Stern at the North Shore Animal League America’s Annual Rescue.

They asked about the times Donald Trump was on the Stern show, where he made crude comments about women. Stern told Us Weekly, “The tapes are all out there, but you know, look, those interviews speak for themselves.”

“I’m glad the tapes are out there. Donald always came on the show as a guest and was entertaining. He wasn’t the president, it was a different kind of scene but yet what he says is relevant even to this day and it gets into whole other discussion – sexual harassment – but at that point, I never imagined that Donald would run for president.”

“I personally wish that he had never run. I told him that,” Stern said. “Because I actually think this is something that is going to be very detrimental to his mental health too. Because he wants to be liked, he wants to be loved, he wants people to cheer for him. I don’t think this is going to be a healthy experience for him.”

George Takei: I Regret Playing The ‘Naughty Gay Grandpa’ On The Howard Stern Show

George Takei is apologizing for discussing grabbing men in an interview with Howard Stern that took place just weeks before the “Star Trek” star was accused of groping an ex-model.

Takei, 80, appeared on “The Howard Stern Show” in October and was asked if he had ever grabbed anyone, and after a long pause, he did say he had grabbed men consensually, but not in a work or a power setting.

“Some people are kind of skittish, or maybe, um, uh, afraid, and you’re trying to persuade,” said Takei.

Stern even asked, jokingly, “Do we need to call the police?”

“Many have raised concern over a back-and-forth between Howard Stern and myself, where we joked about me touching men during my Star Trek days fifty years ago. Out of context, I agree that the joke was distasteful, and I’m very sorry he and I made fun out of a serious matter,” Takei wrote on Facebook.

“For decades, I have played the part of a ‘naughty gay grandpa’ when I visit Howard’s show, a caricature I now regret. But I want to be clear: I have never forced myself upon someone during a date.”

Singer Carnie Wilson Claims Howard Stern Fat-Shamed Her

Carnie Wilson was recently interviewed on The Talk. She spoke about her prior appearance on The Howard Stern Show in 1999, just nine weeks after she’d undergone gastric bypass surgery and recently getting engaged to her now-husband Rob Bonfiglio. While backstage, Bababooey motioned to her to step to a certain spot and wait for Stern to come out. Unbeknownst to Wilson, the spot she was stepping on was actually a scale.

“When I walked in, the producer, Gary, said, ‘Step over here and wait for Howard.’ Well, I didn’t know this, but I was stepping on a scale. And I looked up and in red, big numbers, 233 lbs. showed up on this thing. And I went, ‘Wait a minute?’ and I looked down, and all I could think was, ‘Howard, ready to shame me?’ They purposely did it,” Wilson said.

She says when she and her husband appeared on the show, Stern shamed her with comments like asking her husband why he would marry someone her size. “He loves to fat-shame,” Wilson said, “It’s a joke to him, but it wasn’t to me. It was one of the worst experiences I’ve ever had.”

During her appearance on the show, Wilson kept her composure by reminding herself that she has the undying love and support of her husband, but admitted on The Talk that she was devastated afterwards.

Howard Stern’s FULL INTERVIEW on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Jimmy Kimmel is in New York, where he interviewed Howard Stern at the Brooklyn Academy of Music for his late night show Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Recently Jimmy Kimmel has been receiving criticism for his political speeches during the shows opening monologue. Alex Jones has even accused Kimmel of receiving “talking points” from Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer.

“I will say I talked to Chuck Schumer three times for, probably, a total of less than eight minutes,” said Kimmel.

Earlier this month, Kimmel tearfully spoke about Las Vegas shooting that occurred at Jason Aldean’s concert in his hometown. He used that monologue to advocate for gun control, even stating that Republicans including President Trump “should be praying for God to forgive them for letting the gun lobby run this country.”

Jackie Martling: Some People Are Going To Say “What a BACKSTABBER!” When They Read My Book

Comedian Jackie “The Joke Man” Martling was the head writer for The Howard Stern Show from 1986-2001. Martling says he was earning just shy of $578,000 and decided to ask for an average of $1 million over five years. K-Rock’s general manager Tom Chiusano offered $611,000 and finally bumped it up to $650,000 although he admits he would have settled for $800,000.

K-Rock gave Martling a deadline and warned that if it wasn’t signed the deal was off the table. Martling writes that his lawyer advised him to not go into work so he emailed Stern to let him know he wouldn’t be in that Monday, the rest is history.

Now, in his new book, “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern,” Martling gives Stern fans insights into some of the show’s greatest moments.

Do you think Howard will read your book?

“I think he’d have to read it out of curiosity. I don’t know if he will address it on the air but it’s the elephant in the room. I have not heard from him at all. There are a couple of stories in there I’m sure he’s not going to be thrilled about, but tough noogies.”

How did you come together with Howard?

“I sent him a set of my stand-up records in 1982. He called me up and I spent a day with him in February of 1983. He said, “You’re a lot of fun, come back next week.” For three years I did that for free, but I was getting promoted on WNBC. When he got fired and went to K-Rock, I had been passing him notes. It was so gradual from sitting in and laughing to passing notes. When he was going to mornings on K-Rock, he called me up and said, “I need a price for you two days a week. I want you to come in and do your thing with the notes.” That was our entire business conversation for 15 years.”

Your exit from the show was legendary. Did you address that in the book?

“Yes, I put everything in there about my salary when I left, what I asked for and what really happened. I want people to know the true story. There’s not an exaggerated or false word. So many people think I walked out leaving them high and dry like all of sudden I just didn’t show up on a Monday. I had walked out like three or four times. Each time they knew I wasn’t coming in. I left because I didn’t get my contract or because they wouldn’t negotiate with me. I’m a good soldier. For 15 years I was there in my seat at 6 a.m. every day with very few exceptions.”

Were you surprised by Howard’s move to satellite radio in 2006?

“I always thought the fact that we went right up to the censor line made the show. I never thought he’d go to Sirius because the whole show was dancing around the rules.”

Do you feel people will suspect this is a tell-all book?

“Of course they are going to immediately think it’s got to be a tell-all. I’m sure some people are going to say, “Jackie wrote a trashy book,” without reading a page. That’s a barrier that was going to be there no matter what I did. It’s meant to be a memoir that goes deeper on stories fans already know but it’s not negative. There’s going to be a lot of people saying, “Man, you didn’t spill any beans on the Stern Show or about Howard.” Other people are going to say, “Man, what a backstabber! You said so much stuff about the show.” Hopefully, it will start some kind of dialogue.”

Harvey Weinstein, Hollywood’s casting couch and Howard Stern

Who will be the next Harvey Weinstein? Who will be the next to fall in the entertainment industry? Could it be Howard Stern? British newspapers seem to think so. The Independent, Metro UK, The Sun, and Mirror have all published articles accusing Howard Stern of creepily degrading “Baby Spice” Emma Bunton in a 2005 interview.

The 2005 interview has Spice Girl Emma Bunton fending off “deeply inappropriate suggestive remarks” including what age she was when she first got her period.

“You’ve got a hot little body. I can see you girl-on-girl action, I can see you with two guys. I could see you doing a lot of things,” said Stern.

“My dad won’t be happy that you’re talking to me about this,” Bunton replies to which Stern comments: “He loves it.”

Howard proceeds to comment on her outfit, saying “I feel like you didn’t wear a bra just for me today? I feel like you’re not wearing panties today.”

“It’s turning me on a little bit,” Stern adds. Bunton replies: “Really? Good. That’s nice for you.”

Howard did not simply leave it there: “I bet when you were young you started in with boys, right? You were very developed. What age did you develop? 14? When did you get your period? How old were you?”

As longtime listeners of The Howard Stern Show, we have come to know Howard obviously has a fascination with prepubescent girls. He has continually brought up his love of babysitter porn and abhorrence of women with pubic hair. However, it’s still difficult to believe that the British media is so disturbed by this interview while ignoring mass rapes in the UK by Pakistani gangs on a daily basis.

Are they really looking to find the next Harvey Weinstein or is this a ploy for web traffic? At least these accusations have inspired right-minded people to shine a light on sexual abuse against women in Hollywood, which is apparently rampant.

Hear Howard Stern ask Harvey Weinstein About Using his Power for Sexual Favors

Appearing on The Howard Stern Show in 2014, Harvey Weinstein attempted to paint a picture of himself as a well-read, dedicated father who stayed away from any of the stereotypical Hollywood funny business.

“Why not stay single? I gotta figure every starlet in Hollywood wanted to at least blow you, you know what I’m saying?” asked Stern. “Did you ever get to experience, I’m gonna say, the mogul aspect? I mean, Do a little coke, hang out with, I don’t know, Julia Roberts give you a hand job, something? You never got any of that?”

“Howard, as you know only too well, it doesn’t work that way,” Weinstein replied. “I’ll tell you who it works that way for: it works that way for the actors.”

“Come on, every girl knows that if she’s a competent actress, she could get on your good side, you could make her a star over-fucking-night,” Stern insisted to Weinstein in the 2014 interview. “Don’t tell me it doesn’t work that way.”

Weinstein gave the answer we would all expect: “Howard, the movies are too expensive, the risks are too great,” he said. “It doesn’t happen that way anymore.”

Stern then asked: “You can’t walk into the room, pull your pants off, say, ‘Okay, honey’?” An amazing question at the time given the multiple allegations of Weinstein having done just that.

Donald Trump to Howard Stern: “You have no idea how tough I’d be” on North Korea

“This is the final question,” Howard Stern said toward the end of a 2006 interview in which Trump appeared. “Are you ready? You are the president of the United States. What do we do about North Korea?”

“I would be so tough, you have no idea,” Trump replied. “You have no idea how tough I’d be.”

“Embargoes?” Stern asked.

“Well, I think I’d go beyond embargoes,” Trump said. “I would be so tough, but I wouldn’t send [Bush’s Secretary of State] Condoleezza Rice in to negotiate.”

Stern asked why, to which Trump replied, “I don’t think she’s tough enough. I mean, I don’t think she’s a tough person.”

When Stern asked if Rice was a “lightweight,” Trump said he thought she was “not tough enough to do a good job.”

Eleven years later and now POTUS Trump is dealing with North Korea head on. Yesterday President Trump tweeted accusing his predecessors of failing to deal with North Korea’s nuclear program but stated he would not be doing the same.

“Being nice to Rocket Man hasn’t worked in 25 years, why would it work now? Clinton failed, Bush failed, and Obama failed. I won’t fail,” he said on Twitter.

Trump also tweeted suggesting that his presumably “tough enough” Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson, was wasting his time dealing with Kim Jong Un.

“I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man,” he said. “Save your energy Rex, we’ll do what has to be done!”

Artie Lange writes SHOCKING forward to Jackie’s new book “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern”

THE JOKE MAN: BOW TO STERN is a memoir on Jackie’s life. From trying to make it as a New York stand-up comic to working on the biggest radio show of all time, The Howard Stern Show, “The Joke Man” shares his personal stories. Jackie doesn’t hold back in his new book, revealing why he left the show and his falling out with Stern and the staff.

Radar Online obtained an early copy of the book which is set to be released October 24, 2017. Radar reports that Artie Lange “snubs the King of All Media” in the forward to the book. Lange, apparently he went on to highlight that Howard Stern was NOT the best part of The Stern Show, rather, it was Martling.

“I found out later my influence wasn’t Howard. It was Howard a lot, but was the sensibility Jackie brought to the show,” Lange wrote in the Forward for Martling’s upcoming book, “The Joke Man: Bow to Stern”. He added, “that’s been my style, with much thanks to him.”

“Way back, if you asked any of my buddies who we’d like to hang out with, it always would have been Jackie,” Lange revealed. “In my stand-up and talk show appearances and even the sketches I wrote on Howard Stern, the biggest influence was probably Jackie Martling. Because of what he brought to Stern, the political incorrectness, the subtle stuff he used to do in the background. That’s what all my premises were. He was truly dangerous.”

Hillary Clinton says “IT’S OVER” for Possible 2020 Presidential Run

Hillary Clinton announced that she will not be running for public office again. “As an active politician, it’s over,” Clinton said in an interview with CBS.

“I couldn’t get the job done, and I’ll have to live with that for the rest of my life.”

Clinton who was Howard Stern’s preferred presidential choice said she was “gobsmacked” or utterly astonished by her loss to Donald Trump. “I went, into a frenzy of closet cleaning, and long walks in the woods, playing with my dogs, and, as I write—yoga, alternate nostril breathing, which I highly recommend, trying to calm myself down. And you know, my share of Chardonnay. It was a very hard transition. I really struggled,” she said. “I couldn’t feel, I couldn’t think. I was just gob-smacked, wiped out.”

Trying to find reasons for her loss, Clinton described her failing as a “perfect storm” of white people, misogyny, and Russians fighting against her. Although she does admit to her own mistakes, she also has plenty of blame for other people, including former FBI director James Comey and Senator Bernie Sanders.

After losing the election to Donald Trump she had a decision to make. Would she be attending the inauguration? Defeated candidates do not automatically attend Presidential inaugurations but Hillary Clinton was also a former first lady.

“But I’m a former first lady, and former presidents and first ladies show up,” she said. “And so there I was, on the platform, you know, feeling like an out-of-body experience. And then his speech, which was a cry from the white nationalist gut.”

“He was quite successful in referencing a nostalgia that would give hope, comfort, settle grievances, for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others.”

“Millions of white people,” Clinton said.

And then the Russians. “The forces that were at work in 2016 were unlike anything that I’ve ever seen or read about. It was a perfect storm,” Clinton said.