Stern's first show for Sirius Satellite Radio airs on Jan. The challenge facing Stern -- how will he possibly still shock when he no longer has FCC rules hanging over his head? PLANE CRASH INCIDENT It was 1982, and Stern was working at radio station DC101 in Washington, D. The next day, Stern poked fun at the crash on his show and called Air Florida to ask what the fare was for a one-way ticket from the National Airport to the 14th Street Bridge. Benza, a former New York Daily News gossip columnist, was fired from Stern's on-air team when Benza slapped co-worker Stuttering John Melendez in the face after Melendez mocked Benza on the show. Apparently, MTV wasn't amused, because Stern hasn't been back on the VMAs since then.4.
Stern gets publicity when he gets in trouble, but what happens when there aren't any more rules to break? The resulting controversy and other incidents led to Stern being fired from the station six months later.8. Apparently, there are things that even Stern won't tolerate. COLUMBINE CONTROVERSY April 21, 1999, the day after the Columbine High School massacre; commenting on the mass murders, Stern said on his show, 'There were some really good-looking girls running with their hands over their heads.
"If she's a 9 or 10 physically, she's a 14 because—I hate to do that—because she's got a great personality.
show host, Katie Couric, revealed that she had a one-time crush on her colleague, Matt Lauer.
When Lauer visited Stern some time later, he naturally brought her comment up.
While Trump's comments — in which he describes forcing himself upon women — stand apart from anything he has said in the past, Trump has long engaged in sexually explicit banter over the years, particularly on Stern.
Trump appeared on Stern's radio program for decades, and while many of his appearances have been reported on, KFile's review has turned up previously unreported examples of Trump engaging in crude conversations.