Trump’s New Prediction

Donald Trump

( – Discussing America’s growing alarms over Joe Biden’s age and health, former President Donald Trump expressed doubts about Biden’s ability to continue as the Democratic presidential nominee.

Speaking at a Fox News town hall in Davenport, Iowa, moderated by Sean Hannity, Trump openly questioned the stamina of 81-year-old Biden, remarking that “he can’t put two sentences together” and “doesn’t know he is alive.”

“I personally don’t think he makes it. I haven’t said that. I have been saving that for this town hall,” Trump disclosed, commenting on Biden’s physical condition.

Biden’s verbal missteps and mental lapses have fueled public speculation about his cognitive capabilities, especially as he gears up for a potential rematch with Trump. Biden’s commitment to run again stems from his view of Trump as a significant threat to democracy.

“If Trump wasn’t running, I’m not sure I’d be running,” Biden stated at a fundraising event near Boston, claiming he needs to prevent Trump from winning. However, Biden refused to drop out even if Trump withdrew, affirming his decision to run.

At the Iowa event, Trump responded dismissively to Biden’s remarks, suggesting they were merely crafted talking points. He discussed potential Democratic nominees, considering California Governor Gavin Newsom a possible replacement for Biden, despite noting Newsom’s issues with factual accuracy.

Trump also acknowledged Kamala Harris as a likely choice, given the Democrats’ concern about maintaining support among Black voters.

Trump has consistently raised questions about Biden’s mental fitness, contrasting this with his own health, as evidenced by a letter from his physician declaring him in excellent physical and mental shape.

The conversation around Trump’s possible return to the presidency also included his response to Democrats’ warnings of him leading the country towards dictatorship. Trump joked about being a dictator for a day to implement policies on border security and energy production, then added, “After that, I am not a dictator.”

Meanwhile, Trump’s Republican rivals, including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, and former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, continue their efforts to challenge his lead in the GOP nomination race. Trump remains ahead in the polls, both in the GOP nomination race and against Biden in battleground states.