August 10, 2023

Sununu Says Biden Likely to Blame Poor Health on Getting Out of Election

New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu said he believes there is a strong chance that President Joe Biden will not be the 2024 Democrat nominee.

Sununu shared his view on Fox News' "Your World" on Tuesday concerning the controversial issue.

“Look, I’m not saying it’s definitely going to happen, but I think there’s a greater than 50% chance he is not on the ballot come November of ’24. You will see two things happen. Either he’s going to go through the primary process effectively unchallenged, a year from now he’s going to collect all the delegates," the governor said.

"His health will not be good. He can always use that as a reason to step out and basically tell all of his delegates to go for somebody else and kind of be the king-maker. It wouldn’t be unheard of for the Democrats to try to manipulate their convention that way, they’ve done that before. And the other opportunity is someone comes in this fall," he added.

“The other opportunity is somebody comes in this fall,” Sununu continued.

“Now, I think if an opponent were to challenge him this fall, it’s probably going to be a self-funder. It’s probably going to be somebody with a little bit of name ID nationally and maybe even someone who isn’t a politician.”

So far, only Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Marianne Williamson are running against Biden for the Democratic nomination.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has also long been speculated as a contender.

He is expected to soon debate Florida Governor and GOP presidential candidate Ron DeSantis on "Hannity" in what could be a preview of his candidacy.

The prediction is a bold one, but the health issue would not be a shock as Biden also serves as the nation's oldest sitting president at 80 years of age.

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