Nikki Haley, the Republican presidential candidate, claimed that President Biden will most likely die within 5 years, and before he ends any possible second term for him, and Haley said in an interview on Fox News that the vote for Biden is in fact a vote for Kamala Harris, Vice President, which is not very popular.
While the former governor of South Carolina said, according to what was published by the British newspaper The Times : “He announced that he will run again next year, and I think we can all say quite frankly that if you vote for Joe Biden, what you are really doing is that you are voting for Harris, because the idea of him reaching The age of 86 is not likely, I think.
Her comments about the 80-year-old president, who was already too old to take office, and who announced on Tuesday that he would run for a second term, come as concerns grow about Biden’s age.
While taking questions from children at a White House event Thursday, April 27, Biden forgot the number of his grandchildren, appeared to have difficulty remembering the last country he visited, and was criticized this week for using what appeared to be a cheat sheet during a news conference while answering questions from a reporter. Los Angeles Times.
For its part, the White House ignored Haley’s criticism. Press Secretary Andrew Bates responded to her remarks by saying, “Honestly, I forgot she was running.”
Haley, 51, who served as Donald Trump’s ambassador to the United Nations, finds it very difficult to influence Republican supporters in her campaign. To become the party’s candidate in the elections.
As Nikki Haley’s approval rating in the latest opinion poll was about 4%, far behind the front-runner Trump, as well as Ron DeSantis, Governor of Florida, and former Vice President Mike Pence.
Haley’s campaign focuses on trying to transform the country from aging politicians to a “new generation”. In her campaign launch speech in February, she pledged to require politicians over the age of 75 to take a mental aptitude test.
First Lady Jill Biden described these statements as “ridiculous”.