Donald Trump Wants Joe Rogan To Host A Presidential Debate With Him And Joe Biden
For anyone who had Joe Rogan hosting a US Presidential debate on their bingo card they can get their dabber ready.
The legendary podcaster has discussed the idea of sitting down with Joe Biden and Donald Trump to talk about how they want to lead America.
Joe Rogan Talks About Having Trump & Biden On The Podcast
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While some people might dismiss this idea as outrageous, it already has the backing of the US President.
Rogan sat down with fellow podcaster and UFC fighter Tim Kennedy, where they talked about the upcoming November election and how incredible it would be to have Joe put Biden and Trump head to head.
Kennedy said Rogan would be the 'control mechanism' between the two candidates and the podcaster added that he would want 'no one else in the room' and he would want it streamed live so that no one could accuse the debate of being doctored.
Joe said that it's 2020 and this debate should absolutely go ahead.
After their chat, Tim posted on Twitter, saying: "On my podcast with @joerogan he offered to moderate a debate between @JoeBiden and @realDonaldTrump It would be four hours with no live audience. Just the two candidates, cameras, and their vision of how to move this country forward. Who wants this?"
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Guess who has responded to the tweet.
Donald Trump, President of the United States of America, replied with: "I do!"
Tim added that the hypothetical pairing would be 'a long form debate with a neutral moderator', with 'no fake audience reactions. No biased questions. Neutral camera positions. No sound bite length responses. Just their respective policies explained to us'.
The one problem with this suggestion is that Joe Rogan won't be a neutral moderator. He's already said he will vote for Trump in November, despite officially endorsing Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders earlier this year.
Rogan says that decision isn't because of him favouring Trump, but instead because he doesn't like Biden and likened the candidate to 'flashlight with a dying battery'.
It seems like Rogan also has a massive amount of support to host a big debate like this.
Last year in August, a petition was set up for this exact scenario and incredibly it managed to garner more than 258,000 signatures.
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