Biden Can’t Answer If His Wife Supports Him Running For President In 2024

During an interview with MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart that will air on Friday, President Joe Biden struggled to answer if his wife supported his intentions to run again for president in 2024.

After being asked if he plans on running again for president in 2024, Biden responded, “I have not made that formal decision, but it is my intention. My intention to run again, and we have time to make that decision.”

“And Dr. [Jill] Biden is for it?” Capehart asked.

Biden paused and looked down without answering the question.

“Mr. President?” Capehart said.

“… Dr. Biden thinks that uh… my wife thinks that uh… that I uh… that… that we’re – that we’re doing something very important,” Biden said.

The interview comes amid further growing questions over Biden’s mental fitness for office as he has appeared to experience increasing struggles with his speech and mathematic abilities.

This week, during discussions of his infrastructure bill, Biden described it by saying, “I signed into law a once in a generation investment … over a billion two hundred trillion two hundred billion dollars.”

Earlier that day, Biden also mistakenly told Gisele Fetterman — the wife of John Fetterman— that she was going to be a “great lady in the Senate.”

And just a few weeks ago, Biden failed in an attempt to count to three.

“Let me start off with two words: Made in America,” he said during a speech in Maryland.