Howard Stern Attacks Trump Over Nuke Secrets and Russia

Howard Stern

( – Radio talk show host Howard Stern has claimed that government documents on nuclear weapons, which the FBI has allegedly found in Donald Trump’s Florida residence, were stashed there by the former US president to be sold to Putin’s Russia.

In a broadcast earlier this week, the libertarian radio host put forth several theories about the White House documents that Trump is claimed to have kept at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida.

His home was raided on August 8 by federal agents for 10 hours in an unprecedented operation against a former US president.

Stern’s first theory about the papers reportedly discovered at Mar-a-Lago was that Trump was flaunting his access to classified documents to claim legitimacy as President of the United States.

“I think he was trying to prove to the Russians, like, ‘I’m really in control here. I’ve got top-secret papers.’ Meanwhile, he’s showing them to Russians,” Stern said during his Monday’s “The Howard Stern Show” broadcast on SiriusXM.

“Just like, to prove that he was president in a way he doesn’t even believe it. That’s the most safe explanation,” the radio host added, as cited by Fox News.

In another theory, Stern hypothesized that the 45th President of the United States might have been seeking to sell America’s nuclear secrets abroad for personal gain other than money.

“This is a guy who badly wants to do business with Russia and Saudi Arabia. Imagine if he says to them ‘look man, give me a couple billion dollars, and I’ll show ya where France keeps their nuclear weapons, and you guys can see all this sh*t if you do business with me,” Stern said.

“That would be a real dubious kinda horrible thing,” the libertarian radio host added.

Then Stern dwelled on a third theory, under which POTUS 45 would have solely been interested in raking in tens of billions of dollars in cash by selling the documents to the Russians.

“Hey, you guys wanna buy this from me, I can sell it to you, Russia, for like $50 billion-you’ll know everyone’s nuclear secrets,” Stern said, pretending to be Trump.

In conclusion, the radio host put forth a fourth hypothesis, which assumed that Donald Trump just enjoyed having classified government papers lying around his home, that is, “for the sake of having them.

“You know, that’s just the way he rolls. I don’t even think he has any idea what’s in those documents. He just wants them. He just wants them,” Stern declared.

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