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Jerry Springer, the connoisseur of trashy talk show fame, made a dig at Republican presidential candidates on Wednesday.

Springer, in an MSNBC interview, compared the GOP debates to his not-so-flattering TV show, slamming Donald Trump and other candidates.

“When I first started watching the Republican debates, I said that, you know, ‘If they’re going to do my show, they should start paying me,’” he said.

“It’s one thing to have a television show like that, but that’s not how you run a country. It’s disgraceful.”

The former Democratic mayor of Cincinnati also slammed Donald Trump, calling his nomination “the immediate danger.”

“They’re not worried that Hillary won’t get the nomination,” said Springer, an open supporter of Hillary Clinton.

But “there is absolutely no way that Donald Trump becomes president of the United States.”

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