Giuliani: Biden ‘Obviously Showing Signs of Dementia…What’s He Going to Be Like 3 Years from Now?'

By Craig Bannister | March 9, 2020 | 11:51am EDT
Rudy Giuliani
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If former Vice President Joe Biden is making so many mental mistakes today, imagine what he’s going to be like three years from now if he’s elected president, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani warned Saturday.

“The man has something wrong with him, and it’s serious,” Giuliani said in an appearance of Fox News Channel’s “Watter’s World” program, cautioning that Americans shouldn’t risk electing a president with cognitive problems:

“If he doesn’t know what state he’s in, and can’t figure out who his wife is, and if he thinks 150 million people, which is half the population, roughly, of America got killed, then, what’s he going to be like two years from now when that illness gets worse?”

“We’re dealing with who’s going to be the president of the United States, and we shouldn’t pussyfoot around with it. The man has something wrong with him, and it’s serious.”

Last week, Biden appeared to mistake his wife for his sister when he introduced them during a speech, and also forgot who he was speaking to on-air during an interview.

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