Podcaster Joe Rogan slams Biden saying he’d ‘rather vote Trump’ because the ex-VP can’t ‘handle anything’ – The Sun

PODCASTER JOE Rogan announced Friday that he would rather vote for President Donald Trump over Democratic hopeful Joe Biden.

The news comes just months after the hugely influential comedian endorsed Biden's Democratic rival Bernie Sanders for the 2020 election.

Rogan made the statement on his "The Joe Rogan Experience" podcast.

He said: "This is the real issue with the Democratic Party.

“They’ve essentially made us all morons with this Joe Biden thing. They really have. They’ve made us all morons.

"I can't vote for that guy.

"I’d rather vote for Trump than [Biden]. I don’t think he can handle anything. You’re relying entirely on his cabinet.

"If you want to talk about an individual leader who can communicate, he can’t do that. And we don’t know what the f**k he’ll be like after a year in office.

"The pressure of being President of the United States is something than no one has ever prepared for.

"The only one who seems to be fine with it is Trump, oddly enough. He doesn’t seem to be aging at all or in any sort of decline.

"Obama, almost immediately, started looking older. George W. [Bush], almost immediately, started looking older."

The announcement comes after Rogan publicly spoke about his support for Bernie Sanders.

Speaking on his podcast in January, Rogan said: "I'll probably vote for Bernie.

"Him as a human being, when I was hanging out with him, I believe in him, I like him – I like him a lot.

"He's been insanely consistent his entire life.

The most recent figures in the race for Democratic leader show that Biden is currently in the lead with 1,217 delegates, while the Sanders has 914.

In order to secure the Democratic nomination for president, the candidate needs 1,991 delegates overall.

"He's basically been saying the same thing, been for the same thing, his whole life.

"And that in and of itself is a very powerful structure to operate from".

On January 23, Sanders posted the clip to his Twitter, informing his 11.6 million followers of the endorsement.

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