The Drudge Report loves this kind of story. Current New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who's on short time, auditioned for his next job. That's to be host on WFAN sports talk radio. If hired, he will take over Mike Francesa's spot.
From the get-go, Christie gave the powers that be who make hiring decisions and the drive-time audience what is known as "sports radio gold."
For instance, caller-in Mike from Montclair chastised Christie for being on the beach closed to everyone else at the beginning of the 4th of July long long weekend. He referred to Christie's "fat ass."
Not missing a beat, Christie called Mike from Montclair a "Communist" and "a bum."
Mike from Montclair then applied that moniker so commonly associated with Christie: "bully."
This position on talk radio could up Christie's value to conservatives. It is the perfect platform to do brutal smackdowns on liberal ideas and make sacred tenets of GOP ideology. Such exposure could lead to invitations for paid speeches, books and appearances on those influential Sunday television talk shows.
Attention is the currency of this second decade of the 21st century. Like him or not, Christie is an attention magnet. WFAN would be dumb not to make a good offer. Ratings would keep increasing. Advertisers for products such as pickup trucks would be willing to pay dollar for commercial time.
Could Christie run for U.S. president in 2024? Of course, if he leverages all his cunning and bombast at WFAN.
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