Joe Biden identified a topic of concern for many Americans when discussing his 2024 reelection prospects in an interview last night, suggesting he intends to run for a second term in the White House in 2024, but only if he finds himself in “good health” at the age of 82. Joe Biden is currently 79 years old.
In an interview with ABC News, Biden declared that he intends to run for a second term in office in 2024, but acknowledged that “fate” may have other plans.
Biden then added, “If I’m in the health I’m in now, I’m in good health, then in fact I would run again.”
The wildly divisive and highly unpopular president was then asked if he would represent his party should 45th President Donald Trump again be nominated to represent the Republicans.
“Sure, why would I not run against Donald Trump being the nominee?” Biden added, “That would increase the prospect of running.”
NOW – Biden to run for reelection in 2024 if he is in “good health.”pic.twitter.com/QIVI661JTU
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) December 23, 2021
If he received a second term, Biden would enter it at the age of 83. Biden would serve this term until age 87.
If President Trump were elected to a second term, he would reenter the White House at 78, and serve until age 82.
Joe Biden’s health has been a frequent concern of conservative voters and pundits that was highlighted earlier this year, when Joe Biden failed to climb stairs and fell multiple times.
“25th,” wrote podcast host Raheem Kassam at the time, referencing the 25th Amendment designed to be used when a president is mentally or physically unfit to hold the office.
— Raheem J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) March 19, 2021
The Biden regime later attempted to blame the incident on severe wind, though publicly accessible weather data from that date and location prove that the wind was mild to nonexistent.
Biden’s historically bad polls have likely sounded alarm bells for Democrat politicians and political consultants, as pundit Tucker Carlson remarked.
Recently, polls revealed that the majority of independents and Hispanic voters no longer support the Democratic president, and would instead support a Republican, which many Democrats fear will result in devastating losses for the party.
“It turns out Democrats are exactly what they appear to be,” said Carlson in a recent broadcast.
“They’re the party of neurotic, personally unsatisfied White ladies who live in the suburbs.” He added, “You know, the pretty little signs you see in the lawns of affluent neighborhoods telling you how the people who live inside love BLM and support Tony Fauci? That’s the real Democratic Party.”
“It’s not a national political party. It’s a professional class cultural movement that is highly unappealing to normal people.”