GOP presidential candidate Joe Walsh claimed on Monday night that he had lost his national radio broadcast in the days following the announcement of his bid to challenge President Trump conservative radio broadcast, which is being broadcast by the Salem Radio Network.
"I just found out I lost my national radio show, so that's gone," Walsh told CNN host John Berman. "But I thought that could happen."
"You lost it – why?" Berman asked.
"I do not know why," Walsh replied. "I just received a message before I got into the studio, I'm running for the president, I'm against this president, most of my listeners support the president, it's not easy to be in conservative talk radio and against that president to be." , "
REPUBLICAN 2020 CHALLENGER JOE WALSH:" I do not know, "if I could vote for TRUMP to stop President.
" I knew, John, when I made this announcement yesterday, that she "Ex-congressman said," So no more radio broadcast for you at all? "Berman followed.
" No more radio program, but that's fine, "said Walsh," I'm going full time Campaigning. … That was a difficult thing, but I think it's urgent because this president is a danger. We can not allow him to be elected for another four years. "
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