Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley: It’s “unlikely” that Biden will reach the end of his second term | outside

Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations under Trump who hopes to become US president in 2024, told Fox News it was “unlikely” that Joe Biden would reach the end of a second term.

Biden announced earlier this week that he wants to add four more years. He is already the oldest president in US history and will be 86 years old when his second term ends.

look. Joe Biden is running for president again

However, Republican Haley, 51, doesn’t think he’ll make it that old. “He has announced that he is running again in 2024 and I think we can say with a degree of realism that if you vote for Joe Biden, you are actually counting on President Harris (Vice President Kamala Harris is Vice President Biden again, editor.). I don’t think he’s likely to live to his 86th birthday.”

With this, the former governor of South Carolina issues a statement that may still resonate in the Republican camp in the run-up to the 2024 presidential election. Haley previously said that age determination and aptitude tests are needed for candidates aspiring to the presidency.


Former New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie made a similar comment earlier this month. He went further by saying that a vote for Trump is in fact a vote for Harris because Biden would defeat Trump and then “suppose to die in office”.

Chris Christie. ©AP

Remarkably, Republicans are not making too many problems with Trump’s age at the moment, who, at 76, is only four years younger than Biden and also aspires to a second term in the White House.

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However, according to Biden’s personal physician, the current president is in excellent health. The February Health Bulletin states that the president exercises five times a week and that his worst ailments are acid reflux and a somewhat stiff gait. Trump – the current Republican favorite – loves junk food and is overweight.


Biden said something about the age controversy for the first time since running for office last Wednesday. He said he thought about it carefully before launching his new campaign. “People are going to see a race and they’re going to judge whether I have it or not. I expect them to think about it. I would, too. I thought long and hard before I submitted my candidacy. I feel good and I’m excited about my prospects.”

Joe Biden (80) is running for a second term, but how wise is he at that age? (+)

column. The question is not whether Joe Biden, 80, is too old to be president again. The question should be how old is he (+)

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