Joe Rogan said, “Idiots had a king” with former President Donald Trump.
Logan previously denied him, despite President Trump saying positive things about him.
Rogan made the comment while talking to Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy about politics.
Podcaster Joe Rogan said, “The idiot had a king,” with former President Donald Trump.
Logan commented on Thursday’s episode The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast When discussing politics with Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy.
The pair discussed newly inaugurated Republican Congressman George Santos. fabricated a huge part of his résumé in campaign.
Logan said there will be more candidates like Santos in the future, and that politics is a “gross and compromised world.”
“I mean, who the heck is going to approve getting rid of all the special interests and getting rid of all the lobbyists? No one. He was such an outsider,” Logan said. mediate.
Portnoy agreed, saying that the political system didn’t know how to respond to Trump because of his unexpected behavior.
“And the idiots had a king. There are many idiots,” said Logan. “And it doesn’t matter what he says. He represents them, for example.”
“‘He’s not perfect, but at least he’s real’ — like there’s that kind of thought process he played with,” Logan said, imitating a Trump supporter.
“And the people who didn’t feel they were represented by someone who was in charge before. And now this man is, it’s their man.”
Despite Logan’s popularity in right-wing circles, he claimed to have previously disrespected Trump and turned down multiple requests to appear on his podcast.
“I’m not a Trump supporter in any way. I’ve had the opportunity to put him on my show more than once. I’ve said no every time,” Logan said. Said in July. “I don’t want to help him. I’m not interested in helping him.”
Logan also said Endorsement of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Trump’s Biggest Rivalwho he said would make a “good president.”
Trump has previously spoken positively about Logan, call him A “funny and popular guy,” he’s defended him following a controversy over the podcast host’s past use of the N-word.
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