RUSH: David in Orange County, California, back to the phones, Open Line Friday. Great to have you, sir.
CALLER: Hey, it’s an honor, Rush. Can you hear me okay?
RUSH: I hear you fine. Thank you very much for asking.
CALLER: Okay. This is about why you shouldn’t do TV.
RUSH: Should not do TV?
CALLER: Yeah. There’s an old show business saying: Always leave ’em wanting more.
RUSH: I am very, very much aware of that. It is one of the many reasons I don’t do TV very often at all.
CALLER: And another one is all work and no play.
RUSH: That has not been a problem for me in about 25 years.
CALLER: Okay. Now, are you working Thanksgiving Day?
CALLER: Okay, maybe Fox will give you some time on that day since no one else will be watching football.
RUSH: (laughing) You just said don’t do TV. Now you’re telling me to do TV on a day nobody’s gonna be watching.
CALLER: Just that day. Just that day so some of us will have something else to watch other than football.
RUSH: Oh, I see, it’s a selfish motivation you have?
CALLER: Yes. Always selfish.
RUSH: Right. Okay. You want me to go in on Thanksgiving Day and do a live show so you’ll have something to watch besides whatever else is on since everything is reruns.
CALLER: Yeah, maybe read one of those books.
RUSH: I get that. That’s not a bad idea. He’s talking about one of the Revere children’s books. I have a feeling that Thanksgiving Day this year is not gonna be filled with reruns. Nothing is gonna be reruns with Trump in the White House. Thanksgiving Day, wherever Trump is — he’ll be here. More than likely he’ll be at Mar-a-Lago. You know, the media was hoping Mar-a-Lago got destroyed in the hurricane. Do you know that? They actually ran stories that Mar-a-Lago was not damaged. You could read a tinge of sadness in the stories.