Kamala Might Replace Joe Biden as President of Democrats

Kamala Might Replace Joe Biden as President of Democrats

President Joe Biden is facing dementia issues, and Vice President Kamala Harris might replace him. Harris would also be the first woman of color to become President of the Democratic Party.

Popular U.S. political commentator and former news host Tucker Carlson has made significant claims, citing potential changes in the Democratic Party leadership.

Carlson claimed that President Joe Biden has dementia, which may prompt the Democrats to replace him in the near future. The former Fox News host also blamed the media for hiding these facts. He accused them of not reporting on the issues the President is experiencing.

Tucker Carlson also revealed that Kamala Harris might be the future President of the Democratic Party, citing her role as Vice President. He made all these claims soon after Biden’s poor performance in the first presidential debate in Atlanta on June 27.

Carlson not only made these claims but also revealed that many prominent leaders from the Democratic Party have suggested that Biden is brain damaged. In a social media post, Carlson claimed, “If Kamala’s going to be the nominee, she might as well be the President first. 

That leaves the question of Trump and his sentencing on July 11. Biden’s collapse makes this a much more perilous moment than it was. At this point, Trump is not just the Republican candidate, but effectively the presumptive President.”

Obama is not supporting Joe Biden

In another post, Carlson claimed that former President Obama does not support Biden. He completely disregarded Obama’s public post in support of Biden. “In private, Obama is telling people Biden can’t win, and he is therefore in favor of an open convention. 

Obama will not say whom he supports, nor as of yesterday afternoon had he met personally with Biden to deliver the message. Relations between the Obamas and the Bidens have never been warm. At times, they’ve been hostile,” Carlson wrote in a post on X.

Joe Biden was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1972, representing Delaware. He served for 36 years until 2009, becoming one of the youngest senators ever at the age of 29. 

Joe Biden won the Democratic nomination for President in 2020 and defeated incumbent President Donald Trump in the general election. He became the 46th President of the United States with over 81 million votes.

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