Trump’s 2024 media play: Less cable, more Barstool
Former President Donald Trump’s campaign over the past several months has been quietly engaged in behind-the-scenes talks for a sit-down interview with an influential media figure.
It’s not a network personality or a “60 Minutes” anchor or even Elon Musk for a stab at Twitter Spaces.
It’s boxing legend “Iron” Mike Tyson.
Tyson — an old Trump pal who recently dined with the former president at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate — is, in his post-fighting days, the host of the “Hotboxin’” podcast. It’s a show that draws a range of celebs,...