Biden says questions about his age 'totally legit'

 February 27, 2023

While President Joe Biden and the White House would have you believe there's simply no reason why the 80-year-old president won't make another run in 2024, the general population knows better. 

According to The Hill, Biden, perhaps for the first time, admitted that those who have questions about his age are "legitimate" concerns.

In a wide-ranging interview with ABC's David Muir, the elderly, often-confused president said he's not personally considering his age as a factor for a 2024 run, but understands that others are very much so considering it as a major factor.

If he were to run and win in 2024, God help us all, the cognitively-compromised president would be a very ripe 82.

"Totally legitimate"

"It's legitimate for people to raise issues about my age. It’s totally legitimate to do that, and the only thing I can say is, 'Watch me,'" Biden told Muir.

Biden's age has already taken criticism from both sides of the aisle, and possible future Republican presidential contender Nikki Haley, who called for politicians over the age of 75 to be subjected to cognitive acuity testing.

The president is expected to formally announce his intentions for 2024 in the coming weeks, or at least sometime before summer kicks off and the campaigns are in full gear.

"I’ve got other things to finish before I get into a full-blown campaign," Biden said, when pressed on Muir about his intentions.

Last week during a trip to Kenya, first lady Jill Biden hinted, "He’s not done," when asked about his plans for 2024.

Disastrous response

Biden's latest dose of horrible, no-good PR came in the wake of the toxic train derailment that upended the small city of East Palestine, Ohio.

When asked by Muir in the same interview whether or not he'd spoken to the mayor, twice, Biden finally admitted that he couldn't "recall" if he did or not, but said he spoke to "both governors," whatever that means.

It's time to stop beating around the bush and for those on the left to admit that Biden is fitter for a nice, cozy spot in a luxury, private Delaware assisted-living facility than in the Oval Office of the White House.

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