Trump Doubts Biden Will Make It to 2024, Shares Who He Thinks Will Replace Him

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Former President Donald Trump recently suggested that he does not think President Joe Biden will “make it” if he tries to run for re-election in 2024.

Trump reasoned that Biden’s widely perceived cognitive decline and ill health will prevent the 81-year-old from seeking a second term in the White House. Fox News anchor Sean Hannity, who was interviewing Trump at the time of his statement, concurred with the presidential candidate.

“I personally don’t think he makes it,” the GOP front-runner said.

“I think he’s in bad shape physically … and mentally, I would say he’s possibly equally as bad, and maybe worse,” he added.

Trump suggested a more realistic choice would be Vice President Kamala Harris or California Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Newsom did well in a recent Fox News debate against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, the former president told Hannity, despite being less than truthful in boasting about his state’s low taxes and clean streets.  “He’s slick, but he’s got no facts,” Trump told Hannity.

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