Hank Williams Jr. didn’t have the brightest end of his career. Everyone thought that his career ended in 2011, and it all happened due to his criticism for Obama. But, it seems like Williams will come back again, and he is about to sign the Monday Night Football’s theme song for the season ahead. Is this how Obama removed people who disagree with him? Well, President Trump has a different way of solving things.
Cindy Watts of USA Today said that the network has big plans for Hank Williams Jr., revealing that he will be added to the Monday Night Football broadcast.
Williams was fired in 2011, after he made comments on the golf game between the then-Republican House Speaker John Boehner and Barack Obama. According to him, this match was “one of the biggest political mistakes ever.” Williams said that this match is more like a game between Hitler and Benjamin Netanyahu, referring to Obama and Bidden as “the enemy.”
But, times have changed, and we live in a better society. Williams has a better opportunity now, and we can’t see Obama around firing people.
“I’m sure there’ll be some backlash, but I’m not concerned. It was the right time. We discussed it internally and it was just the right time to bring him back,” revealed Stephanie Druley, ESPN’s senior vice president of events and studio production.
President Donald Trump will never do anything like this. He is more into teaching people the right way to do things and express their disagreement. Maybe Obama should take lessons from President Trump. We know that Obama was the worst president in US history.
What do you think about this information? Do you think Obama will come out with a statement? Do you support this decision? How will Williams do with his new contract?