To say that Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign isn’t doing so well would be a notable understatement.
The former vice president’s present political struggles are of his own making and he has absolutely no one to blame other than himself. Biden’s chosen to go through the campaign by not only hiding his corrupt ties to Ukraine and spreading lies about President Trump, but also by insulting voters.
As such, the former vice president lost big time in the Iowa caucus and the New Hampshire primary election; moreover, there’s no indication that Biden will have any better outcome in the Nevada caucus.
Earlier this week, the 2020 Democrat made additional statements that only shed light on his lack of fitness to serve as president. During a CNN town hall, Biden admitted that he might not have enough “energy” or “mental acuity” to carry out a second term in office, documents The Daily Caller News Foundation.
A Closer Look at Biden’s Admission About His Unfitness to Serve
The 77-year-old made a promise to Americans when attending this week’s CNN town hall. This promise entails Biden’s vow not to run for a second term if he isn’t able to put forth “all the energy and mental acuity.” The former vice president also followed up, stating that he is currently “in pretty good health” and released confirmatory medical records.
Biden’s claims that he has what it takes to serve as president now are simply inaccurate. At best, the former vice president has demonstrated his emotional instability by lashing out at voters who ask him challenging questions. Moreover, Biden’s tendency to confuse dates, states, and names of world leaders raises valid inquiries about his mental health.
What’s Next for Joe Biden?
At this time, the former vice president is best positioning himself for today’s Nevada caucus. Thus far, polls have indicated that Sanders is in the lead, but only time will tell the true results.
The last Democrat caucus took place in Iowa and the left absolutely botched it. Whether or not a similar outcome follows in Nevada remains to be seen. However, if Biden does not win this particular caucus, it will be the third major loss for him in states that are gearing up to select a presidential nominee.
What do you think about Joe Biden’s statements on potentially not running for a second term in office? Do you believe the former vice president is mentally fit to be currently seeking the White House? Let us know in the comments section below!