Talk Show Host Unsure Of Biden’s Stamina 

Daily Report January 18,2024

President Joe Biden and his Vice, Kamala Harris, may be in for a rough 2024 presidential race after signs emerged that they may be losing their core base.

Popular talk show host Charlamagne Tha God, who enthusiastically endorsed Biden and Haris in 2020, told Fox News Channel that he does not believe the president and his vice can win the next election.

First Lady Jill Biden, in an interview on MSNBC, said she believes her husband still has the energy to serve another term after his current term ends in 2021.

“He can do it, and I see Joe every day. I see him out, You know, traveling around this country. I see his vigor. I see his energy. I see his passion every single day,” the first lady said.

Charlamagne laughed off the First Lady’s claim before expressing his doubts on whether the president can even win another term.

“That’s really the conversation — is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris still a winnable ticket? I think Republicans should be asking themselves that, too. Is Donald Trump still a winnable ticket?” Charlamagne said. “I know the polls say right now he’d beat up Joe Biden in a general election. But I don’t know. I really, truly don’t know. So to answer your question, uh, no. He doesn’t look full of vigor like his wife says. Not to me, anyway.”

Charlamagne, who hosts The Breakfast Club, has previously criticized the president and vice, adding that he regrets endorsing them. According to Conservative Archives, the talk show host said he had no plans to support Biden and Harris in the 2024 election.

“I’ve learned my lesson from doing that,” he said. “Once they got in the White House, she … kind of disappeared. When I give people my word like: ‘Yo man, I think we should be supporting Kamala Harris for vice president … because she’s going to hold it down.’ When we say those things and people don’t see her holding it down, that causes issues.”

Charlamagne said he still gets the heat from people who remind him that he made them vote for the Biden and Harris ticket in 2020.

“‘Damn, you told us to vote for [them].’ Do you know how many people say that to me all the time?”

 

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