Jerry Springer said he’s willing to help Donald Trump and his running mate Mike Pence “talk things out.”
The 72-year-old talk show host tweeted during the presidential debate Sunday night that he was willing to offer his services after the Republican presidential nominee openly stated on stage that he “disagreed” with his vice presidential running mate when it came to dealing with Syria, and the country’s president Bashar al-Assad. (RELATED: Jerry Springer: ‘There Is Absolutely No Way Donald Trump Becomes President’)
“While I may not be able to moderate a debate, sounds like Mike Pence and Donald Trump might need to come on my show to talk things out,” Springer tweeted. (RELATED: Jerry Springer Said Donald Trump Doesn’t Respect America)
While I may not be able to moderate a debate, sounds like Mike Pence and Donald Trump might need to come on my show to talk things out.
— Jerry Springer (@jerryspringer) October 10, 2016
On Sunday, debate moderator Martha Raddatz asked Trump about dealing with the Syrian conflict and mentioned that Pence has previously said the United States should be willing to use military force against the Al-Assad regime.
“He and I haven’t spoken and I disagree. Right now, Syria is fighting ISIS,” Trump responded.
Despite what Springer tweeted during the debate about tension between Trump and Pence, the vice presidential candidate tweeted after it that he was “proud” to stand with him.
“Congrats to my running mate @realDonaldTrump on a big debate win,” Pence tweeted. “Proud to stand with you as we #MAGA.”
— Mike Pence (@mike_pence) October 10, 2016