Legendary NFL Coach Mike Ditka, former coach of the Chicago Bears and ESPN commentator, was asked his opinion on President Obama and Hillary Clinton during a radio interview on the Bernie and Sid Show.

The hosts played a clip of Hillary Clinton comparing GOP policies to those of the racist Jim Crow era in the south.

The coach didn’t censor himself, calling such comments “filthy.”

“To say things like that is pathetic,” said Ditka.

He also went on record stating that Obama is “the worst president we’ve ever had … we need someone like Ronald Reagan.”

Coach Ditka went on to explain that what the country needs now is strong leadership, and Obama has proven himself incapable of leading in a way we need.

When asked who he would support if the election was tomorrow Ditka said, “I’d probably vote for Trump.”

Less than a week later, Coach Ditka was removed from his role on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown.

There has been no word from the network on whether the decision to remove Ditka was politically motivated, however, the coach did release the following statement:

“This new role is really a blessing. It’s something I asked for. After many years of weekend travel, I’m thrilled I’ll get to watch NFL games on Sunday and Monday nights in the comfort of my own home. I enjoy being part of the game and part of ESPN, I really do. So this is a great solution.”

In an age where too many on-screen personalities are afraid to speak out against the liberal political class, Coach Ditka is a breath of fresh air.

You can hear the interview for yourself here: