Florida radio stations will air Trump speeches every hour of every day until 2020
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks to supporters through a bullhorn during a campaign stop at the Canfield County Fair in Canfield, Ohio, U.S., September 5, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Three radio stations in Florida intend to broadcast President Donald Trump's speeches every hour of each day until the 2020 election.

The stations vowed to regularly air Trump speeches after the president promised $448 million in hurricane relief aid last week during a rally in Panama City, which was among the communities devastated last year by Hurricane Michael, reported the Orlando Sentinel.

WRBA-FM, WKNK-FM and WASJ-FM -- all based in storm-ravaged Bay County -- will broadcast two-minute excerpts of the president's speeches every hour, every day until the election next year, said station owner Samuel Rogatinsky, whose Gulf Coast Media recently purchased the stations, which were knocked off the air for months by the storm.

“We ran it by a bunch of listeners and people in the area, and nobody’s upset about it. It’s Republican territory,” Rogatinsky said. “Nobody’s offended by it. It’s not an issue.”