‘Michelle Obama will win if she runs against Trump,’ says Joe Rogan.
Michelle Obama and Kamala Harris, according to a podcaster, might defeat Donald Trump’s second presidential bid in 2024; Obama hasn’t indicated she’s interested.
Joe Rogan, a popular podcaster, has wagging tongues once again.
Former UFC commentator Joe Rogan, presenter of “The Joe Rogan Experience” on Spotify SPOT, 2.78 percent, has gone viral for predicting that former first lady Michelle Obama will defeat Donald Trump in 2024 if President Joe Biden did not compete for re-election.
During his Christmas Eve programme, Rogan remarked, “I truly think if Michelle Obama runs, she wins.” “She’s fantastic, she’s brilliant, she’s eloquent, and she’s the wife of the finest president we’ve ever had in terms of intellectual, articulate individuals.”
He also said that an Obama ticket with Kamala Harris as vice president would bring “a double dose of diversity.”
“The only thing that would stop her is if she bought into some of these ideas that are hurting American companies and scaring people,” Rogan said. If she backed or shown any support for lockdowns, mandates, and all of this nonsense.”
The controversial podcaster and stand-up comedian has built a career off of speaking candidly and pushing people’s buttons, including a reputed $100 million agreement with Spotify. During the pandemic, for example, he was chastised for downplaying the need of young people getting COVID vaccines and for opposing social distancing measures like school closures as a means of limiting the virus’s spread. Earlier this year, he was diagnosed with COVID.
Rogan said that if former President Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis ran together, they would “make a terrific team.” Rogan said, “That’s the only way they win.”
On Wednesday morning, the terms “Michelle Obama” and “Rogan” trended on Twitter TWTR, 4.08 percent, as Obama supporters applauded the endorsement while Rogan’s conservative followers voiced dismay.
It’s worth noting that the former first lady has made no indication that she intended to run for politics; in fact, she’s said the exact opposite. “Right now, I’m going toward retirement, [selectively] selecting initiatives,” Obama said to People earlier this year. She went on to say that she and former President Barack Obama are “laying the groundwork for someone else to carry on the job so that we may retire and spend more time with one other.”
Good morning to everyone who doesn’t need Joe Rogan to tell them that Michelle Obama would beat Trump if she ran. She’d win in a landslide.
I don’t know about y’all but I just lost faith in @joerogan and him not turning my state of Texas blue because he’s floating Michelle Obama for 2024 saying she could win & then called Obama the best president.
Last year, Valerie Jarrett, a senior Obama White House advisor, told The Hill that the former first lady will never run for politics again. “The reason I’m being so adamant is because she’s never indicated an interest in running for government,” Jarrett stated. “She isn’t hesitating in this situation. She isn’t a difficult woman to seduce. She isn’t interested in working there.”
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Furthermore, President Biden said last week on ABC that he plans to seek for re-election, and the notion of running against Trump once again would “raise the potential” even more. “Yes… assuming I’m in excellent health today.” “I’d run again,” Biden declared.
If he withdraws, Vice President Harris, as well as other past presidential hopefuls Pete Buttigieg, currently working as Biden’s Secretary of Transportation, and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, are being discussed as possible contenders to head the Democratic presidential ticket in 2024.