Trump Predicts Biden Won’t Be the Democrat Nominee for 2024

President Donald Trump has predicted that the 2024 election won’t be the rematch of the 2020 presidential race that most Americans are expecting.

According to Trump, President Joe Biden won’t be the Democrats’ nominee next year.

Trump said he believes Biden’s health will force him to drop out.

The 45th president noted that he doesn’t think Biden will make it “physically.”

During a Fox News town hall in Iowa on Tuesday night, host Sean Hannity said Biden is “struggling cognitively.”

Hannity then asked Trump if he believes Biden will be the Democrat candidate in the next election.

“I personally don’t think he makes it, OK?” Trump said.

“I haven’t said that,” he continued.

“I’m saving it for this big town hall.

“I’ve never really said that.

“I personally don’t think he makes it.”

“I think he’s in bad shape physically,” Trump added.

“Mentally, I would say he is possibly equally as bad, and maybe even worse.”

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Biden is 81 while Trump is 77.

However, the vast majority of voters view Biden’s age as an issue but don’t feel the same about Trump.

Biden’s tendency to lose his train of thought while speaking, his visible confusion, and his public gaffes have raised serious concerns about his fitness for office.

The president’s moments caught on camera where he has tripped or fallen over, have spurred concerns about Biden’s ability to lead effectively.

Even among Democrats have been sounding the alarm.

Still, Biden, like Trump, is running as his party’s clear frontrunner.

Trump also responded to Biden telling donors earlier on Tuesday that he was “not sure” he would be running for re-election in 2024 if Trump was not also seeking a second term.

“Well, I think somebody gave him a talking point,” Trump said.

“They thought that would sound good.”

The majority of the corporate media reports that emerged from the town hall focused on Trump saying he would be a “dictator” on “day one” of his second term.

Trump explained that he would need to exercise his executive powers on his first day in office in order to crack down on border security and ramp up drilling for fossil fuels.

“After that, I’m not a dictator,” Trump added.


Despite Trump explaining that he would do what all new presidents, including Biden, do on Day One, Democrats and their media allies used his comments as a smear.

Biden’s campaign manager, Julie Chavez Rodriguez, issued a statement that said:

“Donald Trump has been telling us exactly what he will do if he’s reelected and tonight he said he will be a dictator on day one.

“Americans should believe him.”

Throughout the rest of the town hall, Trump offered up some policy ideas such as expanding drilling to pay for senior benefits.

He also predicted he would win the Iowa caucuses next month.

He trained much of his fire on Biden, who has warned voters that “democracy is at stake” because of Trump and “extreme MAGA Republicans.”

“You know, I see Biden talking about, ‘Oh, MAGA! MAGA!’,” Trump said.

“MAGA means Make America Great Again.

“That’s what it means. And that’s what people want.

“They want to see our country be great again.

“Right now we’re not a great country.

“We’re a country in decline. We are a declining country.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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