Joe Rogan: Trump Vs Biden Would Be Like 'Mike Tyson Vs a 3-Year-Old'
Podcast host outlines the obvious in presidential matchup
Popular podcast host Joe Rogan ripped into presidential candidate Joe Biden again last week, saying President Donald Trump VS Biden in the election would be similar to Mike Tyson going up against a 3-year-old.
Rogan said the Democrats couldn't admit that their candidate is in "cognitive decline."
The podcast host was joined by comedian and former MMA fighter Brendan Schaub, who also agreed with Rogan's notion of Biden not standing a chance against the president.
“There’s no way he beats Trump,” Schaub said.
Rogan added: “It shows you how crazy the system is that they wanted him."
“That they wanted Biden to be their guy, that they don’t, they can’t admit that he’s in cognitive decline."
"I mean, it’s very strange,” Rogan added.
“Look if someone wants to ask me questions about things that I understand like MMA or like comedy like if you want to ask me questions about things that I think about and talk about all the time, I could talk to you and really clearly about those things and make a lot of sense,” Rogan continued.
“[Biden] can’t do that about politics and he’s been a politician forever … he’s a guy who’s suffering.”
“No, those two faceoff, Trump’s gonna light him up like a Comedy Central Roast,” Schaub interjected.
“[Trump’s] already dismissing [Biden],” Rogan said.
“He’s gonna destroy him," Rogan stated.
"He’s gonna kill him, man. I mean, it’s such an easy target, it’s like Mike Tyson versus a three-year-old."
Last month, Rogan made a similar statement declaring that "Trump is going to eat Biden alive."
“You have to be able to call out s**t that’s wrong on your side,” Rogan explained.
Rogan also admitted in April that he would rather vote for Trump over Biden.
During a conversation with Eric Weinstein, the managing director of Thiel Capital and host of the podcast The Portal, Rogan steered the conversation towards 2020 politics.
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But Biden has remained defiant.
During an edition of “CNN Tonight" in February, the former vice president declared he "will beat" President Trump in November's election.
Trump “is obsessed with me, and he should be, with good reason," Biden stated during the interview.
“Look, he’s deathly afraid to face me. Have you ever — you can’t answer it I know, but rhetorical question, have you ever seen a sitting president spend as much time, money, and effort, including risking being impeached and thrown out of office to decide to eliminate one of his potential opponents in a primary — I mean, that are running in a primary for the general election?" he said.
"Because I will beat him.”
Biden's mental health and ability to run for office has become the subject of much debate, even among Democrats.