Former President of the United States, Donald Trump, had an important meeting with Fox News host Sean Hannity at a Town Hall held at the Rivercenter in Davenport, Iowa.
In this presentation, the Republican admitted that he believes his potential electoral adversary, President Joe Biden, will not be able to run in the 2024 elections due to his mental health and physical conditions.
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"I ask you, when prominent Democratic voices like Maureen Dowd and David Axelrod and Van Jones and others are so critical of Joe Biden (…) do you think in 11 months he will be their candidate?" Hannity asked.
"I personally don't think he makes it (…) I think he's in bad shape physically," Trump replied.
"I watched him at the beach. He wasn't able to lift a beach chair, which is meant for children to lift (...) And mentally, I would say he's possibly equally as bad and maybe worse," the former president continued, who later pointed out that Biden is surrounded by "bad" people in the White House.
"I will say this. He's got vicious people surrounding him around that beautiful Oval Office. There are people in that Oval Office that are evil people, bad people, smart people, young, vicious. They're communists and they're bad," said the former president.
Later, Hannity asked the Republican about who could be a replacement for Biden in the 2024 elections.
While Trump mentioned Kamala Harris as a possible candidate to replace Biden, he dedicated much more praise and words to California Governor Gavin Newsom.
"Well, I saw one person on who I actually had a very good relationship with, but I'm sure that it would end very quickly. I saw him in your debate the other night and he's slick, but he's got no facts. You know, he's got no facts," Trump said of Newsom, who recently debated Gov. Ron DeSantis at an event hosted by Fox News.
"I thought he did well, considering, considering that he didn't have the facts. I thought he did well. You know, he said, we have the lowest taxes in the country. We have the cleanest streets in the country. And I'm saying, wait a minute, is he talking about the same place? So he'd certainly be one," Trump said.