July 6, 2024

CNN's Van Jones says Joe Biden 'detached from reality'

CNN personality Van Jones has made headlines for his recent statement on President Joe Biden’s recent ABC News interview.

During the interview, Jones quickly noticed something was off with the president.

When Jones had the opportunity to speak on CNN’s News Night, he let his thoughts be known.

Jones went so far as to say Joe Biden seemed “detached from reality.”

“Look, the presidency, it turns out, is a speaking role. It’s a speaking role. You’ve gotta be able to talk. You got to be able to do interviews. You got to be able to give speeches. You gotta be able to debate. It’s a speaking role,” Van Jones said.

He did not stop there.

“Yes, of course. they got to be able to make decisions behind closed doors. but that’s that’s the presidency is a special role. It’s a speaking role. I thought today you saw more of the Biden that you could feel some confidence in because it’s just the typical a little soft, a little stumbling, mumbling, but nothing alarming, nothing that would panic,” Jones went on to say.

Jones also went on to discuss that “the problem is when the biggest night at a campaign that guy was not on the stage.”

“The problem that you have is that the stuff that he said about the campaign is just not factual. What you love about Biden in general is that big heart and he cares but you don’t want somebody who’s detached from reality,” Jones said.

Van Jones is right -- Biden is “detached from reality” and it does not take an expert political commentator to figure that out.

Just take a look at his face at any point in the first debate and you’ll see the truth.

Joe Biden is not well enough to serve another four years in the Oval Office.

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