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Biden ‘Never Going To See Trump Again’ Says Younger Sister And Adviser

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Former vice president Joe Biden’s sister, Valerie Biden Owens spoke with Axios on HBO to discuss her brother’s future as President of the United States. Owens, who has acted as Biden’s campaign manager and a close political adviser at times says her older brother is “never going to see Donald Trump again.”

“I mean, it’s a moot point…He’s never going to see Donald Trump again. Donald Trump is going off the stage and on 20 January that’s history, that’s passed. Joe’s not gonna talk about Donald Trump. Who cares?” said Owens. Touting her brother’s age as “experience,” Owens said “he is the most experienced person to ever enter the White House in American history, because of his 36 years in the Senate and then his eight with President Obama. So he’s very clear-eyed.”

Ironically, the younger Biden is not the first to have made such a claim. President Trump himself told supporters at a campaign rally in North Carolina, “If I lose to him, I don’t know what I’m going to do. I will never speak to you again.”

President Trump is not only contesting vote counts citing tremendous fraud in states where he was clearly ahead of Biden, then suddenly experienced a loss, as was the case in Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia and Pennsylvania. Whatever the outcome may be, Trump has already discussed running again in 2024.

Biden will be 78-years old when he is to take office in January, making him 82 at the time a potential second term would come into play. Despite his age, Biden Owens said her brother will “sure” and “absolutely” run for a second term in 2024. “He’s transitional in that he’s bringing in all these young people and bringing [us] back again [so] we’re not a divided country…But sure. He’s going strong” she said.

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