Joe Rogan calls Donald Trump a ‘man-baby’
- The topic of Trump came up while in a conversation with fellow comedian Tom Segura
- The two were discussing the behaviour of the former US president
- Rogan has endorsed Ron DeSantis, the Florida governor for the 2024 presidential race
After claiming that he had denied Donald Trump’s requests to be on the Joe Rogan podcast, the UFC commentator has said that the former president’s excessive energy comes from Adderall and called him a “man baby,” according to the Daily Beast.
Tom Segura, a frequent guest on the Joe Rogan podcast said that the incredible thing about Trump’s presidency was that he was “full of f***ing energy” and that the former reality star only slept four hours a night.
Rogan replied, “He’s on Adderall. Do you think he’s on Adderall?” looking to Segura for affirmation.
According to the Daily Beast, Segura said that he had heard from people who had worked with Trump on his reality show, ‘The Apprentice’ the former president was “f***ing gassed up for shoots” since if he wasn’t, he’d have trouble reading from the teleprompter.
The conversation moved on from there to talking about how the former president would get “bored” during intelligence briefings and that to stay engaged with them, his name would have to be thrown in there from time to time. Segura went on to explain how Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law would put bad news in between compliments directed at the former president.
Rogan exclaimed that it was obvious, that Trump is a “man baby.” Which prompted Segura to reply that the former reality TV star was a “f***ing toddler” and that Kushner’s way of giving Trump bad news was the same way “I talk to my kids about shit.”
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During the 2020 election, Rogan had made comments indicating that he would vote for Trump as opposed to Biden. Eventually, he confirmed that he didn’t vote for either of the two candidates. As presidential candidates are preparing for the 2024 race, Rogan voiced his support for the Governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis. The UFC fighter and comedian has maintained that he was “not interested” in helping Trump for his presidential bid by having him on his podcast, despite numerous attempts by the former president, according to the Daily Beast.