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NBA Legend Charles Barkley Insults Trump Supporters As ‘Nutty’ During CNN Appearance

via 60 Minutes

NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley criticized supporters of former President Donald Trump as a “small little group of nutty people” and expressed concerns about Trump’s potential retribution in the 2024 presidential race.

Barkley also questioned President Biden’s age, stating that he believes Biden is “too old” to be running for re-election.

Additionally, Barkley highlighted Biden’s comments about running for a second term in response to Trump’s potential candidacy, emphasizing the threat Trump poses to American democracy. (Trending: Hunter Biden Indicted on 9 New Criminal Charges)

“I’m not a big Trump fan. I’m just not,” said Barkley.

“Cause like I say, it’s the president of the United States,” he continued.

“It ain’t for no small little group of nutty people,” declared the NBA legend.

“I don’t have anything against Republicans, I don’t have anything against Democrats,” clarified Barkley, before comparing Trump’s supporters to “your drunk friend.”

“He’s not even presidential,” Barkley continued to pile.

“I don’t want an 85-year-old driving a car, let alone running the country,” said Barkley about referring to Biden as “old”.

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