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Joe Rogan Thinks Michelle/Kamala Ticket Could Defeat Trump/DeSantis

'She's the wife of the best president we've had in our lifetime... '

MMA announcer and self-proclaimed political guru Joe Rogan praised Michelle Obama on a recent podcast, asserting that, if she ran with current Vice President Kamala Harris on the ticket, she could win the 2024 Presidential election.

Speculating on the possibilities in the 2024 presidential race, the famed podcaster predicted the formation of a Michelle ObamaKamala Harris “super team” ticket that could sweep away any challengers.

“We get a double-dose of diversity,” Rogan said, praising the ethnic heritage of both of the women.

Rogan also played up Michelle’s tie to Barack Obama, whose connections with various elites throughout the country could certainly help her win an election, honestly or dishonestly.

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“She’s great. She’s intelligent, she’s articulate,” Rogan said before heaping extreme praise on Barack.

“She’s the wife of the best president we’ve had in our lifetime,” Rogan asserted.

He then added that, for his before stated reasons, no challenger could prove worthy.

“I really believe that if Michelle Obama runs, she wins.”

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Rogan then contrasted Michelle Obama and Harris with a potential Trump-DeSantis ticket in 2024.

Trump and DeSantis together — they have to make a superteam” in order to compete with the power couple, Rogan claimed.

“That’s the only way they’ll win,” he argued.

Rogan obviously has a point about the likelihood of the former first lady’s success. Between her vast popularity and her husband’s connections with the rich and powerful throughout the world, there is no doubt that she could run a well-funded campaign.

But Rogan revealed his ignorance in respect to Kamala Harris, who is currently the most unpopular vice president in American history.

Two polls reveal her underwater approval rating, with only 46% of Americans approving of her performance in office. The same polls show that 47 and 48% of Americans disapprove.

 

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