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  • How old would Donald Trump be if he ran for President?

    But you know, I’m going to be four years older.’ Trump would be less than six months off his 79th birthday if he managed to re-take the White House in January 2021, which would make him the oldest president ever elected. Joe Biden currently holds that title, with the 78 year-old scheduled to be sworn-in around midday tomorrow.

    Donald Trump fears he may be too old to run for president again 2024, a White House source claimed. The outgoing President of the United States, who will be 75 in June, is said to have told pal David McIntosh of his misgivings on an Air Force One flight to Georgia earlier this month.

    Asked if he’d run again, Trump reportedly answered: ‘Yeah, I’m thinking about that. But you know, I’m going to be four years older.’ Trump would be less than six months off his 79th birthday if he managed to re-take the White House in January 2021, which would make him the oldest president ever elected.

    Joe Biden currently holds that title, with the 78 year-old scheduled to be sworn-in around midday tomorrow. Trump’s fears about his advancing years were revealed in an Axios report on the final days of his presidency.

    He has reportedly flip-flopped over whether to announce a 2024 run for office in the coming days, after winning more votes in the 2020 election than he did in 2016. Trump was last week impeached for allegedly inciting deadly riots at the US Capitol on January 6.

    If he is convicted at his upcoming impeachment trial at the US Senate, he will be barred from running for president again. Tuesday marks Trump’s final full day in office, with the president expected to release a list of 100 pardons and commutations.

    Rapper Lil Wayne is widely expected to have a gun conviction dropped – although aides say it is unlikely Trump will pardon Wikileaks hacker Julian Assange, or his exiled associate Edward Snowden.

    Meanwhile, The Washington Post reported that Trump was furious on hearing that Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga and Tom Hanks would all appear at Biden’s inauguration.

    The celebrity-obsessed president’s 2017 inauguration was shunned by stars over Trump’s controversial policies and pronouncements.

    Gaga and JLo will provide the music for the ceremony, while Hanks will narrate.

    Hundreds of thousands of flags have been planted along the National Mall in Washington DC to represent spectators unable to attend because of Covid.

    Trump will be the first president in 160 years not to attend his successor’s inauguration, and will instead fly to his home in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Wednesday morning.

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    Donald Trump, 74, 'fears he'll be too old to run for
  • Will Trump voters stay with him or leave him?

    The vast majority of Trump voters are likely to stay with him, but in a close election, even a small erosion in support could prove important. “He acts like everything comes down to money, like he doesn’t really care about the people.”

    Above: Vincent Harris of Missouri pictured in front of a flag at half-staff to honor U.S. victims of COVID-19.
    Credit: Jill Toyoshiba for HuffPost

    In his northern Missouri town of about 6,000, Vincent Harris suspects he was one of the most vocal supporters President Donald Trump had there.

    The 54-year-old Navy veteran was a self-described “deplorable” (a reference to Hillary Clinton’s notorious dig at Trump supporters in 2016). He fiercely defended the #MAGA mindset on social media, acting as one of the president’s model “keyboard warriors.”

    But his staunch support for Trump began to slip as the coronavirus began to spread.

    “Up until that time, I felt like the press had been uncharacteristically hard on him,” Harris said. For him, Trump’s “disregard for science” amid a pandemic marked a turning point that warranted national scrutiny.

    Harris grew frustrated and discouraged as he watched Trump contradict the country’s top public health experts from the White House podium, downplaying the threat of the virus in the U.S. and hawking unproven treatments.

    “I think what some may perceive as attacks from the media now are very fair, are accurate and are pointing out the inconsistencies that are incredibly dangerous from a public health perspective,” said Harris, a lifelong Republican.

    Older Americans were key to securing Trump’s victory in 2016. But some ― including Harris, who supported the president in the last election ― aren’t so firmly in his camp this time around, a shift that could present a hurdle for Trump as he seeks a second term.

    Among voters 45 to 64 years old, Trump outperformed Clinton by a 4-point margin, according to the Cooperative Congressional Election Study, a survey of more than 64,000 voters organized by Harvard University and administered by YouGov. The same survey showed Trump won voters 65 and older by a hefty margin of about 13 points.

    This time around, according to a FiveThirtyEight average of national polls, voters 55 and older are almost evenly split between Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.

    Biden’s appeal to older voters, especially to those who are 65 and older, had been evident long before the United States’ first documented COVID-19 death in February. But Trump’s handling of the coronavirus crisis could push even more of those voters toward the presumptive Democratic candidate. The vast majority of Trump voters are likely to stay with him, but in a close election, even a small erosion in support could prove important.

    “He acts like everything comes down to money, like he doesn’t really care about the people.”

    - Melody Paquin

    A survey conducted by HuffPost earlier this month showed 45% of voters aged 45 to 64 disapprove of Trump’s response to the pandemic, compared to 54% who approve. The objection is stronger among voters 65 and older, with 56% who disapprove compared to 41% who approve.

    Still, Trump maintains strong backing overall from those who voted for him in 2016, according to the poll. Just 12% of Trump voters disapprove of his response, with a staggering 85% who approve, the poll showed.

    Melody Paquin of Barrow County, Georgia, is one of the former.

    “He acts like everything comes down to money, like he doesn’t really care about the people,” Paquin, 69, said. “I have a daughter who is a nurse, and she puts herself at risk all the time. So if she can do that, why can’t he man up and do his job in a professional manner?”

    Melody Paquin of Georgia says she voted for Trump because he was a businessman, but his response to the coronavirus has made her question his judgment.
    Melody Paquin of Georgia says she voted for Trump because he was a businessman, but his response to the coronavirus has made her question his judgment.

    Paquin said she’s been a strong Republican for as long as she can remember and was first drawn to Trump because he was a businessman. But his initial decision to publicly shrug off the virus’ potential threat, followed by his push to reopen the country despite a dearth in testing capacity and hospital preparedness, repelled her in recent months.

    “Testing, testing, testing ― if that would have been done very early on, we wouldn’t have the mass number of deaths that we have had,” Paquin said.

    “He was running his mouth about everybody having [personal protective equipment] while my own daughter in a big hospital was having to reuse masks,” she added. “He just lied and lied and lied.”

    Paquin said she would rather vote for Sen. Bernie Sanders — who dropped out of the race for the Democratic nomination last month — than for Biden. But she added that she isn’t ruling out voting for a Democrat in 2020. She indicated she would consider voting for almost anyone who isn’t Trump and who tells the truth (including actor Sean Penn, apparently).

    Starting To Question Things

    Like Paquin, Harriette Sucher, a 61-year-old in Northern California, voted for Trump because of what she considered to be his business acumen. She said she “started to question things” when Trump appeared to ignore the warnings coming from Chinese doctors about the virus. His dubious suggestion that injecting disinfectant might help COVID-19 patients recover didn’t help.

    “I started seeing a less intelligent man who’s not understanding the simple science,” Sucher said. She added: “It really matters how we handle this COVID-19 pandemic as a nation and how our leaders handle it. This disease does not know political boundaries.”

    Sucher isn’t sure whom she’ll vote for in November. There’s a slight chance she’ll go for Biden, but she worries about his age, she said.

    The decision is more straightforward for others, such as 51-year-old Stephanie Rivers of western Massachusetts. She’s one of roughly 40 million Americans who have lost their jobs in the midst of the economic crash caused by the pandemic.

    “I looked to our president to guide us and make hard decisions to protect Americans, but what I saw and heard from him was anything but leadership,” said Rivers, an independent who has voted for both Republicans and Democrats in the past.

    She said she supported Trump in 2016 because she felt he offered a better plan for job creation and economic stimulus than Clinton. But his botched response to the virus — including offering misinformation and frequently lambasting the media — caused her to withdraw her support. Barring the emergence of a third-party candidate, she said she’ll likely vote for Biden this year.

    HuffPost heard from several past Trump voters who cited his rejection of science amid the pandemic as their top reason for dumping him in 2020. Of course, this isn’t the first time the president has undermined his own scientists.

    Trump has kneecapped U.S. environmental policy, pulled out of an international climate agreement and buried his own government’s global warming report, which warned of catastrophic consequences for failing to act.

    “What I’m seeing from some of the people who are ardent supporters of Trump is very synonymous with cult behavior.”

    - Vincent Harris

    Asked why, if science was his biggest concern, he didn’t speak out against the president sooner, Harris pointed to his exasperation with Democrats. He said he was so angered by their accusations of Russian collusion against Trump’s 2016 campaign and the negative impact it had on the president’s ability to fulfill campaign promises that he was able to look past the president’s potential shortcomings.

    Plus, the threat of the pandemic feels more immediate than global warming, making it a concern that’s easier to push to the back of his mind, Harris said.

    Vincent Harris said he wasn't ready to commit to voting for Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election, but is no longer a Trump supporter.
    Vincent Harris said he wasn't ready to commit to voting for Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election, but is no longer a Trump supporter.

    Paquin believes Trump is committing “political suicide” with the way he’s handling the coronavirus crisis. Harris, however, appears unconvinced that the president’s rhetoric will be reflected in the larger pool of past Trump voters.

    He said he turned many people onto Trump, but those same people didn’t follow him when he began questioning the president’s coronavirus response. Friends he’s had for 40 years asked whether he had lost his mind, he said.

    “If you would have asked me before this pandemic ... if Trump followers were cultish, I would have said, ‘That’s ridiculous,’” Harris said. “At this point, I would tell you that what I’m seeing from some of the people who are ardent supporters of Trump is very synonymous with cult behavior.”

    HuffPost received several emails from Trump voters who said they believe he’s done a stellar job navigating the pandemic. Others said they aren’t thrilled with his response but will stick with him for other reasons, namely his support for Israel and his tax cuts.

    Neither Paquin nor Harris felt ready to commit to voting for Biden in November. But both suggested it seemed unlikely they could cast a ballot in favor of Trump, a man they once believed would bring spirited change to the country.

    “This guy is refuting one of the most knowledgable disease experts in the world in the middle of a pandemic,” Harris said, referring to Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leading infectious disease expert on the White House’s coronavirus task force.

    “I will take a president who embraces science over a president who rejects science any day,” Harris added, “even if they are a Democrat. Even if that means having to vote for Biden.”

    Ariel Edwards-Levy contributed reporting.

    They Were Fervent Trump Supporters. Then Coronavirus Hit
  • Is Trump ‘too old’ to run for re-election?

    Anyone could put together a similar collection of Trump misstatements that make him appear like an confused old man. Others at WaPo including the infamous NeverTrumper Jennifer Rubin also asserted in 2019 that Trump was “too old” to run for re-election because “he is increasingly incoherent.”

    The Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler took a shot at President Donald J. Trump’s age on Monday after an article in Axios signaled Trump’s intentions to run for re-election in 2024 if his bid fails this year,  ignoring that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is 77 years old right now.

    “He’ll only be 78,” Kessler wrote sarcastically.

    Kessler clarified with more sarcasm directed toward’s the president’s age.

    “Boy, no one understands humor on Twitter. Yes, I know Biden will soon be 78. So Trump would be a spring chicken in four years compared to Biden if he runs for re-election,” he said.

    Boy, no one understands humor on Twitter. Yes, I know Biden will soon be 78. So Trump would be a spring chicken in four years compared to Biden if he runs for re-election.

    — Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) November 9, 2020

    Earlier in the year, Kessler attempted to defend Biden from accusations of senility, saying that the Trump Ccmpaign’s advertisements in the Washington Post in August suggesting so were “just silly.”

    “Anyone could put together a similar collection of Trump misstatements that make him appear like an confused old man,” he wrote.

    4. And while we haven't done a fact check on Biden's "old age" comments, the collection of flubs is just silly. Anyone could put together a similar collection of Trump misstatements that make him appear like an confused old man.

    — Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) August 20, 2020

    Others at WaPo including the infamous NeverTrumper Jennifer Rubin also asserted in 2019 that Trump was “too old” to run for re-election because “he is increasingly incoherent.” Instead of acknowledging Biden’s old man gaffes, she praised the former vice president and Democrat presidential candidate as someone who “with his aviator sunglasses (plus his promotion of exercise during the Obama administration), projects vitality and energy.”

    Joe Biden would often jog onto stage, showing how physically vigorous he is and attempting to dispel questions about his age. Now that he’s the oldest president-elect in American history, that doesn’t change.

    — Matt Viser (@mviser) November 8, 2020

    Even though there is plenty of evidence that Biden is often mentally incoherent and may not be suited for the demands on the leader of the free world, corporate media continue to go to bat for him, issuing fact checks against those who point out Biden’s clear memory failures and communication flaws.

    Even more ironic than the mainstream media’s blatant ignorance of Biden’s inabilities is its amplification of Biden’s COVID-19 task force choices, which include Ezekiel Emanuel, 63, who has publicly stated that he doesn’t believe older people contribute to society and that he wants to die by 75.

    So Biden picks Zeke Emanuel for his COVID task force.

    Emanuel wants to die at 75.

    Argues that old age shouldn't be prolonged.

    Says old people don't contribute to society.

    Says he'll refuse healthcare, even flu shot.

    But now he'll "protect" our nation's elderly from COVID?!

    — Liz Wheeler (@Liz_Wheeler) November 9, 2020

    Jordan Boyd is a staff writer at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. Her work has also been featured in The Daily Wire and Fox News. Jordan graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @jordangdavidson.

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Trump, who is 74 years old, appears to also have shrunk. At one point the former president was close to 6 foot 2. Now he appears to be under 6 feet. At one point the former president was close to …

Donald Trump was one of the worst presidents in American history - but he always looked healthy and strong. Not anymore.

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MTO News obtained a recent image of the disgraced former president at his retirement home in Palm Beach - and he looks like an elderly man.

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Trump, who is 74 years old, appears to also have shrunk. At one point the former president was close to 6 foot 2. Now he appears to be under 6 feet.

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Born and raised in Queens, New York, Trump attended Fordham University and the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a bachelor's degree in 1968. He became the president of his father Fred Trump's real estate business in 1971 and renamed it to The Trump Organization. Trump expanded the company's operations to building and renovating skyscrapers, hotels, casinos, and golf courses. He later started various side ventures, mostly by licensing his name. Trump and his businesses have been involved in more than 4,000 state and federal legal actions, including six bankruptcies. He owned the Miss Universe brand of beauty pageants from 1996 to 2015. From 2003 to 2015 he co-produced and hosted the reality television series The Apprentice.

Trump was elected president in 2016, after running on a White supremacist platform.