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Donald Trump, the leading contender for the Republican Party, recently expressed doubts about President Joe Biden’s ability to remain in office until the November general election. Speaking on “The Vince Coglianese Show” on WMAL, Trump shared his belief that Biden might not “make it” to the election, although he didn’t specify the reasons behind his prediction.

Trump asserted that he perceives Biden as “cognitively impaired” and questioned his fitness for office. He pointed to Biden’s struggles with physical tasks, such as walking up stairs, and his perceived difficulties in articulating coherent thoughts. Trump reiterated his call for Biden to undergo a cognitive test, highlighting concerns about his capability to negotiate critical matters like nuclear arms agreements with leaders such as Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Despite Biden’s age of 81, Trump dismissed age as the sole factor, suggesting there might be underlying issues at play. This sentiment echoes previous statements Trump made in December, where he expressed disbelief at Biden’s candidacy.

In response to Trump’s comments, the White House defended Biden’s fitness, with Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre emphasizing that Biden “passes a cognitive test every day” as he navigates complex topics and duties as president.

While Trump’s remarks reflect ongoing skepticism about Biden’s abilities, they also underscore the political divide regarding the president’s performance and fitness for office. With the general election approaching, such discourse is likely to continue shaping public opinion and political strategies on both sides of the aisle.