Jill Biden's Ex-Husband Drops Bombshell about Joe Biden's Health And Not Recognizing First Lady - Must-Read Details!

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 07/10/2024
Bill Stevenson, the former spouse of Jill Biden, recently expressed his concerns over Joe Biden's potential re-election campaign in 2024. In a candid interview conducted on July 6, Stevenson shared his apprehensions following Joe Biden's conversation with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, particularly highlighting the President's performance during a presidential debate on June 27. Stevenson suggested that Biden should undergo cognitive testing, reflecting a broader public speculation about the President's mental fitness.
The interview with Stephanopoulos, according to Stevenson, revealed significant issues with Biden's demeanor and ability to handle challenging questions without becoming defensive. This observation led Stevenson to openly wish for Biden to remain in the electoral race only to be defeated by Donald Trump, believing that such an outcome would be beneficial for the country based on his perspective of improved conditions under Trump’s administration.
Furthermore, Stevenson offered personal remarks about Jill Biden's transformation over the years. He mentioned not recognizing the woman he once married in the current First Lady, describing her evolution into someone entirely different from the person he knew. Although he heard discussions around 'elder abuse', Stevenson clarified he had no evidence to support such claims but speculated on Jill Biden’s role in pushing her husband too far.
Stevenson concluded his thoughts by suggesting that it might be best for both Joe and Jill Biden to withdraw from their current political roles. His comments have sparked conversations regarding not only the political futures of Joe and Jill Biden but also broader discussions on leadership suitability and personal transformations under public scrutiny.


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