GOP Trump Challenger Walsh Immediately Loses Radio Show

Trump’s latest GOP challenger, Joe Walsh, got an instant dose of karma after announcing he would challenge Trump on the presidential primary. Walsh reportedly lost his radio show after the announcement.

According to The Daily Wire:

Former congressman and newly announced Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh told CNN Monday night that just before coming into the studio, he learned that his radio show was canceled. The notification, he pointed out, came just one day after he announced that he was taking on Donald Trump for the GOP nomination.

On Sunday, Walsh, a former single-term representative for Illinois, announced that he’s “in” the race because the country “can’t take four more years of Donald Trump. And that’s why I’m running for President. It won’t be easy, but bravery is never easy. But together, we can do it.”

By Monday, Walsh found himself defending some past offensive tweets, which he admitted including some “racist things,” and to which he responded by accusing Trump of being a “sexual predator” and “serial liar” who is guilty of obstruction of justice. “I’m running against a sexual predator, a serial liar, a malignant narcissist, an obstructer of justice, a psychopath, a betrayer of this nation’s interests, a bigot, an incompetent boob, a failed businessman… and I’m getting attacked for some offensive & inappropriate tweets.”


Monday evening, Walsh said, he learned that his show, which is distributed by Salem Radio Network, was “gone.”

Anti-Trump Republicans have complained since 2016 about Trump’s election and the best they can do is get Joe Walsh to run against the president. Many have pointed out that Walsh represents exactly what anti-Trump GOP members claim they hate about Trump.

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