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Biden Prepares To Resign?


Democrats and the liberal media is having a meltdown over this.

ABC’s George Stephanopoulos engaged in a heated exchange with Nikki Haley, a GOP presidential candidate, on the morning after her debate performance. The focal point was her assertion that President Biden would not complete his term.

During the “Good Morning America” show, co-host Stephanopoulos asked Haley about her statement concerning her willingness to vote for a “convicted felon” as the U.S. President. This came after a debate moment where candidates were asked if they’d support Donald Trump in the 2024 elections if he were to be convicted due to several indictments.

According to Fox, Haley responded, acknowledging that Trump hadn’t been convicted yet and expressing trust in the American people. She suggested that Trump might spend more time dealing with legal matters than campaigning due to various issues like border concerns and national security.

Pressed on the same issue, Haley shifted focus to expressing discomfort with a potential “President Kamala Harris.” Stephanopoulos pointed out that she was running against President Biden and repeated his question.

Haley retorted that the host was presuming Trump’s guilt and nomination. Stephanopoulos clarified he was merely asking a question.


She reiterated, “A vote for Joe Biden is a vote for Kamala Harris. There’s no way Joe Biden is going to finish his term. I think Kamala Harris would become the next president and that should send a chill up every American’s spine.

Interrupting her with rage, Stephanopoulos demanded clarification, “How do you know that Joe Biden is not going to finish his term? What is that based on?

Haley argued that many Americans shared the belief that Biden wouldn’t complete another term due to his decline over the past years. She questioned whether he could fulfill his responsibilities and highlighted the need for a new generational leader in contrast to an aging president.

Stephanopoulos challenged her response, demanding concrete evidence.

Haley persisted, pointing to Biden’s lapses such as not recalling his previous location or the number of his grandchildren. She emphasized that crucial decisions affecting national security and economic policies were being made in D.C., requiring a leader at their peak. She concluded by asserting that Biden was not performing at his best, a sentiment shared by the public.