Fred Karger, the openly gay GOP presidential candidate, is set to appear on Bryan Fischer's radio show to discuss “all gay agenda.”

Karger, who will bow out of the race on June 27th, the day after the Utah primary, will appear on the Christian conservative's AFA-sponsored radio show, Focal Point, on Thursday.

According to BuzzFeed, Karger reached out to Fischer.

In a voicemail to Karger's assistant Kevin Miniter, Fischer said: “You realize where we're positioned when it comes to pro-family issues and so we'll probably spend some time asking Mr. Karger about how he's oriented towards the homosexual agenda, gay marriage, 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' some of those issues, homosexual adoption, we'll probably spend some time talking about those issues as well as others.”

In an e-mail to BuzzFeed, he added that he and his guest are prepared to discuss “All gay agenda, all the time. He knows that's what we're going to talk about, and is hot to trot.”

In an email to On Top Magazine, Karger said he'll return to gay activism after ending his campaign.

Fischer is featured this month in a profile in the New Yorker, which he has described as “a piece of tripe.”