BIDEN Could Be FINISHED – ‘Game Over’ If This Happens

Joe Biden

( – Even the lamestream media is signaling a dire outlook for Democrats, as CNN commentator Van Jones discussed Joe Biden’s grim prospects in his upcoming debate performance against former President Donald Trump.

Speaking on a CNN panel, Jones emphasized the debate’s critical nature, which is set to be the first in the 2024 election cycle.

“The entire world will be watching,” Jones remarked to CNN host Jim Acosta, and “if Biden goes out there and messes up, it’s game over.”

He elaborated on the high stakes and suggested that a poor performance could lead to plummeting poll numbers and widespread panic within his party.

As the June 27 CNN-hosted debate approaches, polling indicates a tight race between Biden and Trump.

Jones, who previously advised former President Barack Obama on environmental issues, also talked about the potential positive outcomes for Biden.

“If he goes in there and he can handle himself against Donald Trump, a runaway train, a locomotive, a raging bull, then this guy deserves another shot to be president, because that is tough,” he expressed.

Jones challenged the audience with the difficulty of the task, saying, “You couldn’t do it. I couldn’t do it. If you can stand toe-to-toe with a runaway train like Donald Trump for an hour-and-a-half, you are fit to be president, period, point blank.”

He summed up his thoughts dramatically: “This is the whole presidency in a bottle in a week.”

On the flip side, former Trump White House lawyer and CNN commentator Jim Schultz shared his perspective on what the debate could mean for Trump.

He pointed out the need for Trump to perform strongly in the debate and emphasized the importance of focusing on policy issues and avoiding petty squabbles.

“[Trump] needs to have a good night. He has to have a good night on the policy issues,” Schultz advised.

“He needs, to the extent he can, stay out of the gutter as much as he can, because, look, the issues are on his side. He has the momentum now,” he continued.

Schultz noted that the race appears to be Trump’s to lose in light of his current momentum.

He concluded by stressing that Biden must demonstrate his capability and mental sharpness to lead the country for another term.

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