Michael Caputo Podcast To Stream On Radio.com

Veteran national Republican strategist Michael Caputo today announced his weekly podcast will be hosted by Radio.com. The former senior advisor to Donald J. Trump in the 2016 election hosts “Still Standing with Michael Caputo,” a lively discussion of “politics you can’t put down.”

Caputo is a contributor and talk show host on WBEN-AM in Buffalo. The weekly podcast features his unique perspective on national political and cultural events, gained from 30 years in the international political arena.

“I'm truly honored to be featured on Radio.com; this is a great way for me to celebrate five years working for Entercom,” Caputo said. “Each week, I try to bring a 'flyover country' perspective to global events, not just the conflict between President Donald Trump and the Washington elite. But a unique populist movement elected him, something I know well and hope to help listeners understand along the way.”

The new podcast is hosted by the only man in history to work for both the Kremlin and the White House. This unique qualification kept Caputo in the crosshairs of Mueller investigators until March 22nd, when the Special Counsel ruled there was no evidence of Trump campaign collusion with Russia.

Caputo saw global politics from the trenches, working for Jack Kemp, President George HW Bush, and Russian President Boris Yeltsin. A veteran of the US Army infantry and Reagan Doctrine actions in Central America, he followed the Grateful Dead along the way to becoming an witness in the Russian collusion investigations.

A frequent commentator on current events on national cable television news, appearing weekly on Fox News, MSNBC and CNN, Caputo’s analysis has also appeared on the opinion pages of dozens of newspapers like the Washington Post and platforms like Politico, FoxNews.com and CNN.com. He is quoted frequently in top media outlets worldwide.

His podcast is also available at WBEN.com, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Patreon, and more platforms. Caputo also presents video and blogging commentary at his Web site, StillStandingPodcast.com.

SOURCE: Michael Caputo