Rep. Nancy Mace expressed concerns about President Biden’s “mental decline” after he abruptly ended a live interview with MSNBC. Speaking on “Fox & Friends First,” Mace acknowledged the evident decline in the president’s cognitive abilities and described it as difficult to witness.

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Rep. Nancy Mace stated, “Well, certainly we’re seeing his cognitive decline. There’s no denying that. But what you see here, what you’ve seen over the last couple of weeks and months, you’ve seen a guy like Donald Trump take tough interviews, take tough questions, do tough town halls, and Joe Biden can barely pass a softball interview. And so the differences are so stark in contrast right now. I don’t know how anybody goes along with what Joe Biden is trying to sell. It’s very, as a mom with aging parents, it’s very difficult for me to watch him be forced through this thing. He shouldn’t be president, just that mental decline is really awful to watch.”

President Joe Biden speaking with reporters

President Joe Biden speaks with members of the media before boarding Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, June 28, 2023, for a short trip to Andrews Air Force Base, Md. ((AP Photo/Andrew Harnik))

President Biden decided to leave the set of a live interview with MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace before the commercial break.

Biden appeared on the show for a rare live sit-down, mostly discussing his reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision regarding affirmative action.

After approximately 20 minutes of easy questions, Biden stood up and exited the MSNBC set while Wallace previewed analysis of the interview. 

“Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade commented on the president’s ongoing struggle with exiting a stage or set after his speeches and events. Kilmeade found the president’s departure to be bizarre, while co-host Steve Doocy pointed out the numerous unanswered questions Wallace failed to ask.


Fox News’ Joseph A. Wulfsohn contributed to this report.

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