Nikki Haley: 'Likely' that President Joe Biden dies during his second term

Nikki Haley: 'Likely' that President Joe Biden dies during his second term
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Former South Carolina Governor and 2024 Republican presidential hopeful Nikki Haley predicted on Fox News on Wednesday that President Joe Biden would die in office if elected to a second term and that a vote for him is really a vote for Vice President Kamala Harris.

Haley became the second member of the GOP to declare their candidacy for the White House after ex-President Donald Trump's November announcement.

"I think there's a few issues here. You know, he's announced his, um, you know, that he's running again in 2024, and I think that we can all be very clear and, and say with a matter of fact that if you vote for Joe Biden, you really are counting on a President Harris because the idea that he would make it until eighty-six years old is not, um, is not something that I think is likely," Haley said.

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"It's why I've continued to say we need to have mental competency tests up until the, you know, starting at seventy-five, just to make sure that these people deciding our national security, deciding our economic policy, deciding what happens to our kids in schools, it matters. And I, you know, so I think you look at that, I think there's a reason that he campaigned in his basement in the last election," Haley snipped, perhaps forgetting that the 2020 election occurred during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

"He got a pass," Haley continued. "This time, how much is he gonna do? But right now, just being president, he won't answer the questions. He's not answering the real questions.”

Watch Haley's remarks below or at this link.

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