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Howard Stern Claims Trump Won’t Concede Because He’s ‘Frightened’ – Says His ‘Illegality’ Will Be Exposed

The shock jock radio host Howard Stern spoke out on Monday to attack Donald Trump, saying that the president won’t concede the election to Joe Biden because he is “frightened” his own “illegality” will be exposed.

“They won’t release the funds so we can have a transition. I mean, what a s***hole country we live in with this f***ing nutcase,” Stern said.

“I know what is going on. I think they are frightened that as soon as they start transferring power, people are going to see what’s been going on for the last four years,” he added. “I mean, Biden now has to put back together the Postal Service. There has got to be illegality going on there. They literally dismantled the Postal Service for the election to slow down the mail.”

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“What I can’t wait to see in January is everything that was going on,” Stern continued. “Then you are going to hear from the FBI, the CIA. You are going to start hearing about what crazy shit was going down for the last four years in order to just dismantle the entire government. It’s going to be crazy.”

Stern went on to directly call on Trump to concede the election.

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“For once, do something good for the country. Calm down your f—ing loony hillbilly friends and tell them you lost the election and you’re going to help the transition,” he said, according to The Hill. “These loonies who follow you are all worked up. They think something was taken from them.”

Stern also mocked Trump over reports that the president is planning to start a television network that would compete with Fox News, saying this venture would fail within a year.

“[If] he thinks running the country is hard, wait till he has to run a news network,” Stern said. “That’ll fail inside of a year like all the other businesses. This is just insanity what’s going on.”

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