- A Denver Talk radio host was fired during his broadcast after criticizing President Donald Trump.
- Craig Silverman hosted "The Craig Silverman Show" at a conservative radio station, which he said he dismissed after broadcasting a segment on Roy Cohn, an unscrupulous lawyer who, after representing the Trump family in became famous in the 1970s.
- Silverman wrote after his dismissal online that he rejects the "Trump party line" and calls "things the way I see them".
- More stories can be found on the homepage of Business Insider.
During his Saturday broadcast, a Denver-based talk radio host was fired after criticizing President Donald Trump.
Craig Silverman hosted "The Craig Silverman Show," which aired on Saturday morning at 71
noted that Silverman's program is no longer listed on the sender's website.
When Silverman responded to a tweet of support, he wrote online Saturday night that he rejects the "Trump Party Line".
"I can not and will not adhere to a strict Trump Party Line," Silverman wrote on Twitter. . "I see things the way I see them, I see corruption and gross dishonesty of President and his cronies, I also see bullying / abuse of American heroes with courage to oath and tell the truth, their bravery inspires me."
Joe Walsh, a longtime conservative man and hopeful Republican president of 2020, wrote on Twitter that Silverman was "a great, honest voice on the radio," and his shooting was "pathetic."
– Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) November 17, 2019
The incident occurred a day after Silverman posted a Facebook status in which he named the former US envoy for Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch , as "American heroine" praised because she had testified in the impeachment Trump.
Later in the mail, listeners are urged to engage in an "independent analysis of the most important events of our time" in their mission and to "prepare for challenges".
Fox 31 reported that Silverman is to be seen in CNN's media-centric broadcast "Reliable Sources" Sunday Morning. 19659015]