A talk radio host is claiming that he was fired in the middle of his show after criticizing President Trump.
Craig Silverman told The Denver Post that he had been in the middle of a segment about Roy Cohn, Trump’s former personal attorney, on the conservative station KNUS when he was told by the station’s program director that he was “done.”
Silverman had hosted “The Craig Silverman Show” on Saturday mornings at the station for more than five years. He told The Post that his last segment before he was taken off the air had been to “observe how toxic Trump is in Colorado.” Silverman’s program is no longer listed on the station’s website.
Silverman, who is a former chief deputy district attorney in Denver, has said he voted for Trump in 2016 and supported him in the early days of his presidency, but recent comments show he no longer stands by the president.