Podcaster Joe Rogan said he might have former President Donald Trump on his show, contrasting his previous statements.
Rogan, host of "The Joe Rogan Experience," previously said Trump would "never" be on his show.
Joe Rogan says 'maybe' Trump will appear on his podcast, changing previous stance https://t.co/la2ZxdASBL
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 6, 2023
Recent guest Patrick Bet-David, asked Rogan, "When are you having Trump on?"
"I don’t know," Rogan responded. "Maybe. At a certain point in time, it’s just like, it would be interesting to hear his perspective on a lot of things."
Trump Meets Up With Joe Rogan, Mel Gibson And More At UFC 290 https://t.co/8J2pHL7uKW
— The Gateway Pundit (@gatewaypundit) July 9, 2023
"Trump walked into the UFC 290 with UFC founder Dana White and the crowd went absolutely wild," last month in Las Vegas.
"Before Trump made his way to his seat he met up with Joe Rogan and exchanged words with the biggest podcaster on Spotify," it continued.
Rogan has over 11 million regular listeners on Spotify and is one of the biggest podcast hosts in the nation. The program has been known for its controversial nature, including people from all backgrounds in topics angering at times those from the left.
The podcaster's programs during the pandemic were especially controversial, with some programs removed by certain platforms.
The push led to a massive exclusive contract with Spotify that is reportedly worth up to $200 million over three and a half years. The deal also led to criticisms from Rogan's opponents, including artists like Neil Young who claimed they would leave Spotify over the contract.
The company stuck with Rogan, leading to one of the largest contracts yet in podcasting. The program is now set for controversy once again as Rogan considers potentially hosting a program with Trump that would likely make for major headlines.