President Biden went pale as a ghost after what this former House Speaker said about him

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Joe Biden has a lot on his plate during what’s already been a busy election year. But now he has one more major thing to worry about.

And President Biden went pale as a ghost after what this former House Speaker said about him.

Kevin McCarthy, the former Republican House Speaker, told an audience at an event at Georgetown University on Tuesday night, that President Joe Biden likely wouldn’t finish out a second term if he were to win one in November of this year.

McCarthy, who was ousted from the speakership last year, used “simple statistics” to back up this claim and said that “if Joe Biden is elected, that he can’t carry out his entire presidency.”

Biden is 81 years old and would be 86 by the time he left office should he win a second term.

McCarthy doesn’t fear former President Donald Trump not being able to carry out another term, despite the fact that at 77 years old he’s not much younger than Biden.

Over the past several years during Biden’s presidency so far, he’s experienced several falls, embarrassing gaffes, and countless speeches where he’s slurred his words together to the point where what he’s saying is indistinguishable.

This has caused American voters to be concerned with his physical and mental fitness as the 2024 presidential election approaches.

There have even been rumors that Democrats will replace President Biden with another candidate like Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA).

As McCarthy continued his remarks at Georgetown, he went on to say that it’s an easy decision on who he’ll support in the 2024 election. He cited working with both Biden and Trump during his time in Congress as a factor into his decision.

“I will just tell you, based upon my experiences working with both men, it’s not a hard decision,” McCarthy said.

His decision of course is to support Donald Trump for the presidency.

The former House Speaker also went on to discuss how he chose to support Trump even after the events of January 6, 2021, and his loss to Biden in the 2020 election.

“I also have another philosophy. Whether I like you or dislike you, if something bad happens in your life, I want to be the first person to call you. Because one thing I learned in life is we have too many Facebook friends. We don’t have real friends. And the first thing that happens when something bad happens in your life, everybody abandons you,” McCarthy stated.

“I want to call you not to help you; I just wanna know how you’re doing as a person. And I’ll do that on both sides of the aisle. I don’t pick from anything else. I just think it’s a person of who I am. I’m going to do that.”

McCarthy then explained further why he’s so adamant on supporting Trump this election cycle and cited the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan by the Biden administration and the fact that leaders around the world likely don’t respect the president.

He also claimed that Joe Biden has turned so many issues political when they don’t need to be.

You can watch his full remarks below:

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