(FixThisNation.com) – On Tuesday, former President Donald Trump stated that he did not believe President Biden would make it and that he would not be the Democratic Party nominee in 2024.
During a town-hall-style event in Iowa, Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity that he did not think Biden would make it. Hannity proceeded to cite some Democratic voices, including Van Jones, a commentator for CNN, David Axelrod a political commentator on CNN, and Maureen Dowd a columnist from the New York Times all of whom have been critical of the President. He added that Biden was clearly “struggling cognitively.”
Hannity proceeded to ask the former President whether he believed that Biden would end up being the Democratic nominee, considering he had not had any appearances in the last few months where he was not stumbling, mumbling, or appearing to be completely lost regarding where to go and what the exit is.
Trump argued that Biden was in a “bad shape physically.” He then reminisced about the time that Biden had asked whether he would like to “take him behind the barn” and argued that if they were to go behind a barn now, Biden would simply fall over if Trump had blown air towards him.
He added that it was completely fine for Biden to have made such a statement, but if he were to ever make a statement like that then everyone would call him out and argue that he was “horrible” and that he was a dictator.
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