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Charlamagne Tha God criticized First Lady Jill Biden’s assertion that President Biden has the “vigor” for another term, disagreeing with her and expressing skepticism about Biden’s ability to win in 2024.

He also expressed regret for endorsing the Biden-Harris ticket in 2020 and warned about the dangers of a potential Trump re-election.

Additionally, he discussed his expansion into the podcast world, emphasizing the importance of diverse viewpoints.

“I see Joe every day. I see him out, you know, traveling around this country. I see his vigor. I see his energy. I see his passion every single day,” Jill Biden said.

“I get it because, you know, we’re stuck with what we got, right? Like, I think that the Republican Party should move away from Donald Trump. And I think that the Democratic Party should move away from Joe Biden. But we’re stuck with what we got,” Charlamagne said.

“So, I mean, she has to be optimistic. I mean, she has to say those things. What is she going to say? Like, ‘Oh… I don’t think he’s going to make it through four years. You know, I think he’s going to drop dead after 2.’ Like, I mean, what is she supposed to say?” he added.

“Personally, I don’t see that vigor. And I don’t think a lot of other Americans see that vigor anyway,” he continued. “I mean, that’s the thing that a lot of people say about Joe Biden.”

“I think a 60 or 65-year-old Joe Biden with, you know, this economy- and I’m putting that in air quotes, you know, with this economy doing as well as it is, I think he probably wins in 2024. ”

“But I think the thing that should scare everybody is when you look across the aisle, and you see a guy that’s got 91 criminal charges, he’s been impeached twice, he’s got four indictments… how are you losing to that guy? Like, seriously.”

“Do you even want to take the chance on Joe Biden?”

“That’s really the conversation- is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris still a winnable ticket? I think Republicans should be asking themselves that, too. Is Donald Trump still a winnable ticket?” Charlamagne said.

“I know the polls say right now he’d beat up Joe Biden in a general election. But I don’t know. I really, truly don’t know. So to answer your question, uh, no. He doesn’t look full of vigor like his wife says. Not to me, anyway.”

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