Should Donald Trump Come On The Breakfast Club?
After Charlamagne, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy did an interview with Fox News on Monday (March 11), host Shannon Bream called The Breakfast Club a must-stop for 2020 presidential-hopefuls thanks to their candid, lengthy interviews that manage to get politicians to open up like never before.
When asked how they would handle an interview with President Donald Trump, Charlamagne said "I don't think that will go well." Envy jumped in to disagree, though, saying, "I think it would be amazing, actually. He'd have to be honest." Yee chimed in, explaining that she doesn't think he would "comfortable" answering the kinds of questions they ask their guests. She also added that she "doubts he'd stay" for a full interview, which typically last forty-five minutes to an hour.
Ultimately, though, Charlamagne says he "doesn't think he would come because he doesn't care about our audience. There's nothing about Donald Trump that makes me think he cares about black and brown people."
When Trump's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, caught wind of this discussion, she addressed it during a Fox News appearance of her own. She told Shannon Beam she thinks the president would "actually impress them" and that he'd "have a good time."
Do you think Donald Trump should come on the Breakfast Club?