Howard Stern reveals the famous actor who will be his presidential nominee

Howard Stern has made it his mission to make America fair again.

The famous radio talk show host was so disappointed in the fall of Roe v. Wade for saying on his June 27 show that he was in contention for the highest political position in the country. “If I’m running for president and I’m not flying around, I’m really thinking about it because the only thing I’m going to do is appoint five more Supreme Court justices.” He said his motivation for running for president was to “make the country fair again,” per USA Today.

Stern also criticized the country’s age-old electoral college system, claiming it was the reason America was regressing. “These appointed judges through [former President] Trump was appointed by a president who lost the popular vote by 3 million votes. This is where we run into trouble,” he added, before laying out his plans should he win the presidency. “I will do the very simple thing that will fix the country: one vote, one person . No more electoral college. I’ll get rid of it.”

Stern doesn’t seem to be joking either, and has reached the point where he already has his eye on a competitor.

Howard Stern wants Bradley Cooper to be his running mate

As Howard Stern moves forward with his plan to run for President, he has only one running mate in mind: Oscar-nominated actor Bradley Cooper.

On the June 29 episode of The Howard Stern Show, Stern told listeners he had the support of someone close to him, and that person happened to be his favorite collaborator. “Earlier this morning I was texting back and forth with someone I was interested in potentially becoming my vice president if I run,” he said. “This person texted me and said, ‘I want to congratulate you and you have my vote.’ A very nice conversation. And I said, ‘How would you feel if you were my vice president?’ And you know what he said, ‘Done. In other words, ‘I’m in.'” However, Cooper apparently pointed out that he was “another white man,” but Stern said he’s a ” Asset for the ticket” and have the potential to bring something to the “Frauenstimme”.

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Cooper is one of the many actors who have expressed an interest in politics in the past. In fact, he even said in 2012 that he had ambitions to run for office. “I’m a fan of politics,” he told reporter Nancy O’Dell at the Hollywood Film Awards about Politico. “For real? But would never run for office, huh?” O’Dell asked, to which Cooper replied, “I don’t know. I actually think it’s a very noble profession.” And when asked if he’d seriously consider it, the actor said yes, adding that it’s a profession that deserves “a lot of respect.” Star Cooper 2024, anyone?