- A Denver speech radio host fired during his show after criticizing President Donald Trump.
- Craig Silverman hosted "The Craig Silverman Show" on a conservative radio station that he said dismissed him after broadcasting a segment on Roy Cohn, a ruthless lawyer who rose to fame after representing the Trump family in the 1970s .
- Silverman wrote online after his resignation that he rejects the "Trump party line" and calls "things I see them."
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A Denver speech radio host was fired during his Saturday program after criticizing President Donald Trump.
Craig Silverman hosted "The Craig Silverman Show," which aired Saturday morning 71
noted that Silverman's programs are no longer listed on the station's website.
Silverman wrote on Saturday night online on Saturday night that he rejects the "Trump party line."
"I cannot and will not string the Trump party line," Silverman wrote on Twitter . "I call things as I see them. I see corruption and innocent dishonesty by the president and his lovers. I also see the bullying / smearing of American heroes w / courage to take oath and tell the truth. Their bravery inspires me."
Joe Walsh, a longtime conservative figure and Republican presidential hopeful in 2020, wrote on Twitter that Silverman was "a great, honest voice on the radio" and his firing was "pathetic."
—Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) November 17, 2019
The incident occurred a day after Silverman posted a Facebook status praising US former envoy to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch as "an American Hero" for to testify in the affidavits against Trump.
Later in the post, listeners ask to set their show for "independent analysis of the most important events of our time" and that they "are prepared to be challenged."
Fox 31 reported that Silverman was scheduled to appear on CNN's media-centric show "Reliable Sources" Sunday morning.