A podcast comedian said that the Secret Service paid him a visit on Saturday after he was able to patch through to the President on Air Force One.
John Melendez, who is also known as Stuttering John and frequently appeared on The Howard Stern Show, took to Twitter to say that officers with federal law enforcement agency had showed up at his house.
'Secret Service at my door. I guess my old friend Donald wants to continue this,' he tweeted. 'Stay tuned.'
The Secret Service paid a visit to podcast comedian John Melendez (pictured) on Saturday after he was able to patch through to the President on Air Force One
Melendez, who is also known as Stuttering John, took to Twitter to say that officers with federal law enforcement agency had showed up at his house
About 30 minutes later, Melendez issued another post claiming agents were 'about to arrest me'
Melendez later revealed from 'an undisclosed location' that he did not answer the door
About 30 minutes later, Melendez issued another post, which read: 'Sectret [sic] service about to arrest me. Unbelievable! They should arrest Jared Kushner for putting the call through, shame on Donald Trump who has been a friend of mine for years.'
Melendez later revealed from 'an undisclosed location' that he did not answer the door while the Secret Service was at his house, according to Fox News, adding 'love you all but I have to go to sleep. Red, can I can get a rock hammer.'
The last line is an apparent reference to 1994's Oscar-winning film 'The Shawshank Redemption.'
The long-time radio personality said on Friday he was able to reach the president by claiming he was Democratic New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez.
US President Donald Trump boards Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base on October 7, 2017
US President Donald Trump arrives on Marine One as a member of the Secret Service stands guard at the White House, on May 17, 2017
He was also able to speak to a number of other people in the administration as his call was passed along, including the President Trump's son-in-law.
The conversations were made public after Menendez posted the material to "The Stuttering John" podcast.
'Hi Bob. How are you, congratulations on everything, we're proud of you. Congratulations, you're doing a great job,' says President Trump at the start of the call.
He then made reference to Menendez's past indictment on corruption charges, which resulted in a hung jury last year before a federal judge cleared him earlier this year at the request of prosecutors.
'You went through a tough, tough situation - and I don't think a very fair situation - but congratulations,' President Trump