Donald Trump ‘Begging’ Joe Rogan For Help?

According to DNYUZ, Donald Trump, known for his flair for drawing attention to himself both in business and politics, has set his sights on a specific goal: making an appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast. However, despite his efforts, it seems Trump keeps encountering obstacles in his quest to be featured on The Joe Rogan Experience.



Trump’s desire to be on Rogan’s podcast has been rekindled following a recent encounter at a UFC fight in Las Vegas, where he shook hands with Rogan. Conversations with his advisers and allies indicate that Trump is eager to have them hype up the possibility of a podcast invitation. Trump’s team recognizes the massive potential audience such an episode could garner, as both Rogan and Trump possess considerable followings in the new media landscape.

In the past, Trump appeared on the podcast Full Send hosted by the Nelk Boys, a popular frat-like interview show. The episode received millions of views and listens across various platforms, but it was later removed from YouTube due to the former president making unfounded election claims. Despite this, the Nelk Boys did not turn against Trump, earning his appreciation for standing by him in the face of pressure.

As Fox News’ support for Trump wanes, he seems increasingly interested in seeking attention through alternative media opportunities. The Joe Rogan Experience, with its vast audience, has been an attractive prospect. However, Rogan has openly expressed his disinterest in hosting Trump, asserting that he is not a supporter of the former president and has declined previous opportunities to have him on the show.

Undeterred, Trump’s long-serving informal adviser, Roger Stone, has hatched a peculiar plan to pressure Rogan into having Trump on the podcast. Stone believes attacking the podcaster and even suggesting a UFC-style cage match between himself and Rogan could influence the situation. Despite some advisers supporting Trump’s ambition to be on the podcast, others recognize that Rogan’s criticism holds weight and Trump values opinions from non-politicians more than those who flatter him.

Trump’s patience appears to be intact, and he remains determined to secure an invite to Rogan’s show, knowing that the drama surrounding his pursuit can further build anticipation and attract an audience. Some of Trump’s allies argue that Rogan had Democratic presidential hopeful Robert F. Kennedy Jr. as a guest, so it would only be fair to have Trump on the podcast.

“The mere discussion of Donald Trump on a blockbuster podcast like Joe Rogan builds a remarkable audience,” a Trump adviser told The Daily Beast. “Perhaps the only person bigger in the new media world than Joe Rogan is Donald Trump and the whole idea that the two of them would be together at long last—it would be an incredible audience.

When the episode got canceled, they didn’t turn on Trump,” a Republican operative close to the campaign said. “Trump appreciated that, even in the face of pressure, they didn’t turn on him.

The president listens to Rogan,” one adviser said, noting they had been with Trump while he watched a clip from the podcast. “I don’t think the president takes Rogan’s criticism personally, and really, in the end, Donald Trump would listen to a non-politician with some mild criticism more than a politician that kisses his ass.

The drama builds an audience, not just for the show when it eventually happens.”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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