Jill Biden confessed one thing about Joe Biden on MSNBC that has Democrats panicking

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Joe Biden has seen better days, there’s no doubt about it. But no one expected his wife to reveal this about him.

And Jill Biden confessed one thing about Joe Biden on MSNBC and now Democrats are panicking.

Jill Biden, the first lady, thinks her husband’s age is a “asset,” as President Joe Biden, the oldest American leader in history at 81, faces ongoing doubts from voters about his decision to run for re-election.

Biden replied to people concerned about the Democratic president’s age in an appearance with MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Thursday, stating, “I say his age is an asset.”

“He has wisdom. He has experience,” she continued.

“He knows every leader on the world stage. He’s lived history. He knows history. He’s thoughtful in his decisions. He is the right man or the right person for the job at this moment in history.”

What’s sad is Mika Brzezinski laughs right after Jill says his age is an asset.

She knows it’s an absurd notion, but she then returns to pretending it’s serious.

Meanwhile, Joe has been hampered with question regarding his failing abilities.

For months, Joe Biden has used humor to attempt to diffuse the situation, even though polls show it’s not a funny matter.

According to an August study conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 77% of U.S. citizens, including 69% of Democrats, believe Biden is too elderly to be effective for another four years.

When Biden turned 81 on November 20, 2023, he joked about his elderly age, stating it was “difficult turning 60” and vowed he wouldn’t be at a ceremony pardoning Thanksgiving turkeys when the custom began 76 years earlier: “I want you to know I wasn’t there — for the first one.”

But, as the president was making fun of his age, the White House was busy defending his stamina and dismissing concerns that the issue would lose him votes in this year’s race.

The president’s age, according to press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, should not be the primary emphasis.

“Our perspective is it’s not about age, it’s about the president’s experience,” she said, highlighting several major pieces of legislation he had championed through Congress.

But the problem with that is experience isn’t merely existing as a politician for decades.

Sure, he’s been in politics, but what has he to show for it?

Constant questions about his fitness for office?

A porous border where millions cross every year, invading our country?

Or a disastrous foreign policy that has emboldened our enemies?

Is this really the “experience” America needs?

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