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Joe Rogan Isn’t Interested in Having Donald Trump on His Podcast

“Despite efforts from Trump’s team, Rogan continues to take a pass.”

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Joe Rogan’s reach and influence is well documented. With a reported eleven million listeners tuning into his podcast, who Rogan features, and puts his support can make a difference.

Knowing how beneficial that can be, it’s no surprise Donald Trump’s camp has continued to try and secure an appearance for the former president on on the show. A Trump adviser recently told The Daily Beast, “The mere discussion of Donald Trump on a blockbuster podcast like Joe Rogan builds a remarkable audience. Perhaps the only person bigger in the new media world than Joe Rogan is Donald Trump and the whole idea that the two of them would be together at long last—it would be an incredible audience.”

Despite efforts from Trump’s team, Rogan continues to take a pass. Trump is said to be a listener of Rogan’s program, and the two men recently exchanged pleasantries during the last UFC pay per view, UFC 290.’, Rogan has continued to take a pass. Trump is said to be a listener of Rogan’s program, and the two men recently exchanged pleasantries during the last UFC pay per view, UFC 290.

So what might be the obstacle preventing it from happen? That would be Joe Rogan himself.

In a recent conversation with Lex Fridman, Rogan admitted that he’s not a Trump supporter in any way, shape or form. He added “I’ve had the opportunity to have him on my show more than once. I’ve said no every time. I don’t want to help him. I’m not interested in helping him.”

The decision to reject talking with Trump, despite knowing how much interest it would produce, drew the attention of Outkick host Tomi Lahren. In a Fox commentary this week, Lahren said she found Rogan’s decision to be odd, adding “Why not allow your listeners to hear an honest, open, and transparent dialogue with a former President, and the current Republican frontrunner? Come on Joe, make it happen, for the people.”

Trump recently appeared on the Nelk Boys podcast Full Send, generating 8.5 million views of the episode of YouTube. It’s safe to say, a conversation between Rogan and Trump would produce significantly higher traffic.

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Mark Kaye Launching New Podcast and Video Simulcast

Mark Kaye Saves the Republic will launch from the Republican National Convention next week in Milwaukee.

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Former nationally syndicated radio host Mark Kaye has announced a new podcast and video simulcast project that is set to debut on Monday, July 15th.

Mark Kaye Saves the Republic will launch from the Republican National Convention next week in Milwaukee.

It is the first project from the former radio host since he departed Cox Media Group as a nationally syndicated host in the 12-3 PM ET timeslot as the company’s replacement for Rush Limbaugh. His program originated from 104.5 WOKV in Jacksonville before he exited the post in February of this year. He was replaced on most stations by The Erick Erickson Show, which originates from sister station 95.5 WSB in Atlanta.

In addition to an audio podcast, the program will also feature a video simulcast on YouTube. Currently, Kaye has more than 33,000 subscribers on his channel.

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Megyn Kelly, David Webb Hosting SiriusXM Shows From Milwaukee During Republican National Convention

The Megyn Kelly Show — which airs on SiriusXM’s Triumph channel — will be live from Fiserv Forum on both Wednesday and Thursday next week for the convention.

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SiriusXM has announced its coverage plans for the upcoming Republican National Convention, which includes Megyn Kelly and David Webb being on-location in Milwaukee.

The Megyn Kelly Show — which airs on SiriusXM’s Triumph channel — will be live from Fiserv Forum on both Wednesday and Thursday next week for the convention.

Meanwhile, David Webb will take his program — heard on SiriusXM Patriot — to Milwaukee for the duration of the Republican National Convention. He has already secured interviews with former President Trump’s son Eric, and Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS).

Additionally, Stacy Washington will anchor evening broadcasts for SiriusXM Patriot from the convention floor in Milwaukee.

Julie Mason will lead evening coverage for P.O.T.U.S. for the satellite broadcaster. She’ll host a special program at 8 PM ET on Monday with live interviews from Media Row. Steve Scully will provide coverage for the channel from its Washington D.C. studios.

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710 KNUS Host Randy Corporan Exits

He added that since announcing his exit, he has been contacted by “truly conservative outlets” to continue his program, but said he won’t begin a new show until after the 2024 election.

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After more than a decade, 710 KNUS weekend host Randy Corporan has hosted his last show for the Denver news/talk station.

According to the host, Salem Media Group informed him it would not be renewing his contract late last month.

Corporan told CompleteColorado.com that after the death of his wife in June of last year, he considered ending the show. However, he persisted, commuting an hour and a half one way to continue the show.

He added that since announcing his exit, he has been contacted by “truly conservative outlets” to continue his program, but said he won’t begin a new show until after the 2024 election.

“I want to get the start of my new life going and sort myself out,” he said. “And I want to take care of some personal problems that need to be dealt with.”

Randy Corporan is listed as one of the defendants — along with Salem Media Group, parent company to 710 KNUS — in a defamation lawsuit brought forth by Dominion Voting Systems over what the election machine company calls “false claims of fraud in the 2020 election.”

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