Howard Stern, Trump: Radio Host Thinks President-Elect Doesn't Really Want The Job [VIDEO]

Radio shock jock Howard Stern still doesn't think President-elect Donald Trump wants to be president.

Stern took to his SiriusXM show on Wednesday and revealed that he tried to discourage Trump from running for president earlier in the year.

"People love you. They leave you the f--- alone," Stern said, referencing his talk with Trump. "They know you from television. What the f--- are you doing with your life?"

While Stern said that he asked Trump multiple times, "Why do you want this?", he said that the Republican nominee turned president-elect isn't really interested in the job. "I still don't think he wants it."

Stern suggested that Trump might not be able to handle all the anger in America for the next four years.

"Now, for the next four years of his life - and you don't know how long you're going to live - he's got to sit there and deal with people's f---ing anger," Stern said. "Can he give the people what he promised them? Can he really change the economy? Can he really change America?"

He also suggested that Trump might have started his presidential campaign as a means of negotiating a better salary for The Celebrity Apprentice.

"I think NBC was f---ing with him on 'The Apprentice' deal. They were going to lower his pay," Stern said. "He said, 'You know what I'll do, I'll run for president. Even if I don't win, I'll announce, it'll up my game, and I'll get a better deal.' Which is a smart move."

Obviously the campaign took hold in a major way, allowing Trump to become the first president in history to not have any prior governmental experience before winning.

"I don't know that he could've imagined that this could've been the outcome," Stern admitted.

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