Howard Stern: Trumpanzees Just Want To Be Loved
Howard Stern is actually personal friends with Trump. He was reminiscing about their relationship on his radio show the other day (above) and he mentioned that he knows something about Trump. "He really does want to be loved. He does want people to really love him. That drives him a lot. I think that he has a sensitive ego. And when you're president of the United States, people are going too be very, very critical and I think in his mind right now he's saying 'Gee, I want to protect the country. I want to ban immigrants who come from counties where there are terrorists and stuff.' I think his motive is: 'Wow! People will love me because I'm going to keep terrorists out of the country!" And I think he's genuinely shocked when people come back and say 'Wait a second; there's more to this. If you ban people from, let's say, Iraq, then we can't make deals with them to help us in our war over there.'"
When Trump first announced he was running, Stern asked him why he wanted to be president. "You're not going to be beloved. It's going to be a fucking nightmare in your life. Because I do think he's sincere in wanting to help out and I think he's sincere when he says he has the answers but he stepped into a situation that's really not a win for him and it's going to be agita. He's a 70 year old guy;he's got a great life-- gorgeous wife, great kids. He's got helicopters, airplanes... He's got all the accoutrements... Johnny Depp is wishing he could have what Donald Trump has. And so now to step into this fucking mess... For what? There are people who are better suited... He didn't need this in his life... It's 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 it's going to be a healthy experience.
"Now he's on this anti-Hollywood kick. He loves Hollywood. He loves the press. He lives for it. He loves people in Hollywood. He only wants to hobnob with them. And all this hatred and stuff directed toward him-- it;'s not good for him. It's not good... There 's a reason hy every president who leaves the office has gray hair." What Stern didn't say is that in this case, by the time Trump leave the office every person in American-- if not the world-- will have gray hair.
..."I think it started out as a cool, kind of fun thing to do in order to get a couple of more bucks out of NBC for The Apprentice. I actually do believe that... And that's why Donald is calling for voter fraud investigation. He's pissed he won. He still wants Hillary Clinton to win. He's so fucking pissed, he's hoping he can find some voter fraud and hand it over to Hillary.
So, when he was tweeting the first thing Monday morning that "Any negative polls are fake news, just like the CNN, ABC, NBC polls in the election," he was illustrating Sterns point about his obession about wanting to be loved. He can't possibly believe what the polls show, what the numbers of people going to anti-Trump rallies show (especially in relation to his sparsely attended inauguration). It dryves him crazy that Hillary beat him so bigly in the popular vote and that he probably only won because Russia hacked the election to impose incompetent, divisive leadership-- or worse-- on the U.S. And the first thing Monday when Morning Joe showed Bannon Time Magazine cover, played SNL clip of him playing second fiddle to #President Bannon and then had a discussion premised on Bannon calling all the shots, the thin-skinned simpletton immediately tweeted how "I call my own shots..." Yeah... who's a big boy?