AG Jeff Landry, joined by top Trump administration officials, guest hosts Acadiana radio show

Attorney General Jeff Landry is no stranger as a guest on conservative radio and television shows, but on Wednesday he slipped into the role of host and took over an Acadiana airwaves for two hours.

“Hopefully it wasn’t too painful,” Landry joked in his thick Cajun accent to listeners as he wrapped up his stint guest hosting the Moon Griffon show.

Landry, a Republican who has been the state’s attorney general since 2016 and previously served in Congress for two years during which he was a darling of the tea party movement, brought with him a slate of high-profile conservative guests: U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions; Trump administration budget director Mick Mulvaney; U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins; South Carolina Republican congressional Katie Arrington, who defeated incumbent U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford in that state’s Republican Congressional primary after an endorsement from President Donald Trump; and Louisiana Legislative Auditor Daryl Purpera, who has emerged as a key critic of Gov. John Bel Edwards’ administration in recent weeks due to audits of the state Department of Health…


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