Trump predicts Biden is ‘probably not’ going to make it to November

Former President Donald Trump estimated on Monday that President Joe Biden is likely not going to make it to Election Day in November.

“My attitude is that whatever it is, it is, but do I think he’s going to make it? Probably not,” Trump said to WMAL host Vince Coglianese on Monday. “Most people disagree with this vehemently.”

Trump added, “He’s so bad. He’s the worst president we have ever had, but he polls better than other people, including Michelle Obama. He polls better than other people. Explain that one.”

“It is pretty weird,” Trump said to the Washington, D.C.-based radio host.

The former president shared that he believed that Biden was “in bad shape” and “cognitively impaired.”

“Certainly physically impaired. He can’t even walk up a flight of stairs. He can never find his way. He can never find the stairs,” Trump added. “He can’t put two sentences together, and he’s responsible for negotiating with Putin on nuclear weapons. The whole thing is crazy.”

He reiterated again, “I personally don’t think he’s going to make it. A lot of people think I’m absolutely wrong. I guess the odds are 50-50.”

Trump clarified that he doesn’t blame Biden’s age for his health problems.

“It’s not the age. There’s something going on in my opinion,” he said.

Trump also shared that he is confident he will be picking up states in the November election.

“I know the polls are very close to being even, and we are going to make a very heavy play for Virginia,” he said. “It’s an incredible state, and I think it’s ready to go Republican.”

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The former president’s interview comes on the eve of Super Tuesday. As the front-runner, he brings 244 delegates with the hope of clinching up to 865 delegates toward his Republican nomination for president.

The primary contests on March 5 will be held in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and the U.S. territory of American Samoa.

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