Donald Trump may ‘set up his own radio show’ if he loses US election

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Joe Biden has maintained a steady lead in the election campaign so far, with the Democrat being consistently polled at around 10 points clear of President Donald Trump. Mr Biden and Mr Trump faced off again last night in the last presidential debate before November 3rd and clashed on issues such as the coronavirus and foreign policy. With a Quinnipiac University poll showing Mr Biden continuing to lead the president by ten points nationally, at 51 percent to 41 percent, the debate may represent a wasted opportunity for the President to recover ground. Should he lose, there has been speculation over what the President could do next.

Professor Stephen Burman, an expert on US politics, told Express.co.uk that he could start his own radio show.

He said: “If Trump loses, one of the things that has been mooted is that he will set up his own talk show radio network, which will continue like a classic shock-jock on the right.

“It will continue to spread his version of a conservative philosophy. Trump and his supporters won’t go away.

“I assume he wouldn’t run in 2024 again, but it will be his heir apparent.”

It is still unknown what President Trump could do if he loses in November.

Former White House Strategist Steve Bannon says Donald Trump will run for re-election in 2024 if he loses the presidential race.

Mr Bannon said last week: “I’ll make this prediction right now: if for any reason the election is stolen from or in some sort of way Joe Biden is declared the winner, Trump will announce he’s going to run for re-election in 2024.”

President Trump was already famous for his role in The Apprentice USA before moving into politics.

Towards the beginning of the pandemic, Mr Trump reportedly said that a talk radio show would allow him to quell Americans’ fears and answer their questions about the pandemic directly, according to three White House officials who heard the pitch.

However, he told his inner circle he would not proceed because he did want to be compared to conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh.

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In the lead up to the 2016 election, Trump’s son in law Jared Kushner informally approached one of the media industry’s top dealmakers about the prospect of setting up a Trump television network.

He contacted Aryeh Bourkoff, the founder and chief executive of LionTree, a boutique investment bank, within the past couple of months, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.

Their conversation was brief and did not progress, insiders said.

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