On his podcast, Joe Rogan claims that Trump is not welcome: I’m not going to try to help him.
Donald Trump, according to Joe Rogan, is not welcome on his contentious show.
The “Joe Rogan Experience” host stated he has repeatedly denied having Trump on his podcast and that he does not support the former president on an episode of Lex Fridman’s podcast that was made available on Monday.
“In any way, shape, or form, I don’t support Donald Trump. Every time I’ve had the chance to have him on my show, I’ve declined because I don’t want to help him and I’m not interested in helping him “Added Rogan.
Also described as a “polarising character” and “an existential threat to democracy itself” by Rogan is Trump.
He added that many people felt free to violate their own morals, ethics, and values in order to criticize him and his supporters.
Trump may still appear on the program, according to Fridman, who also noted that he has previously invited controversial figures like Ye, then known as Kanye West, to appear on his podcast. Kanye is an artist, according to Rogan, and his success or failure won’t affect the direction of our nation.
Rogan and Trump have previously been associated. After getting criticism for his use of racial insults in earlier episodes of the podcast, Rogan made an appearance on the “Full Send Podcast” in March and claimed to be “not racist” and “a very interesting man.
” Rogan should “stop apologizing,” Trump continued, but he wasn’t sure if he had been invited to his program.
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In the 2020 presidential election, Rogan supported Bernie Sanders. Most recently, he expressed his support for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has been predicted to run against Trump in the 2024 election.
Rogan said that Trump would be “running against a dead man” in Joe Biden in 2024 when asked if he would win the presidency.
In response to criticism of Rogan’s remarks regarding the COVID-19 vaccine, rock icon Neil Young asked Spotify to take his music off the platform because Rogan had received backing from the company. Rogan’s remarks were slammed by Spotify CEO Daniel Ek, but he insisted that they will continue to work together.