U.S. President Donald Trump Suggested Joe Rogan To Took In Charge For Moderating Presidential Debates: U.S. President Donald Trump again suggested that Joe Rogan should keep presidential debates in moderate. Rogan is a podcast host and UFC commentator.
Prez Trump’s suggestion came after the criticism against of Chris Wallace, a Fox News host continues.
Donald Trump Retweeted Tylor Cordon’s Post While Suggesting That Joe Rogan Should Keep Presidential Debates In Check
Trump then retweeted a post from Tylor Cardon, the CEO of Blaze Media. His position expressed his point of view. Tylor feels that Rogan would do a much better job than Wallace in moderating the debates.
Chris Wallace Faced A Severe Backlash For Handling A Presidential Debate
Recently, Chris Wallace faced a severe backlash for the way he handled a debate. The 90 minutes debate created controversy for its content. It depicted insults after insults hurled by Trump to his rivals and Joe Biden calling Trump clown and pleading him to shut up.
Occasionally, Wallace failed to stop Trump from interrupting Biden continuously. One part of the debate showed how Trump interfered Joe 10 times under 3 minutes as he spoke on a health care question.
Trump interrupts Biden ten times in under 3 minutes after health care questionpic.twitter.com/tzwZKReHwJ
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 30, 2020
Sources aren’t shy to call the debate a complete failure or disaster.
Joe Isn’t Interested And Feels That John McCarthy Should Handle This Job.
Despite numerous requests to take over moderation of the debates, Rogan did not look like he is interested. The proposal also comes from the cyclist Lance Armstrong.
Shortly after president’s retweet, Rogan posted on Twitter and Instagram that the upcoming debate should be given to “Big” John McCarthy to moderate. McCarthy is a legendary U.S. referee. Currently, he is a commentator for Bellator MMA.