So, Bloomberg and all of the other wanna-be Democrat candidates, including those much younger, have dropped out of the race. Now, Biden, 77, and Bernie, 78, will likely do battle with the Donald in November, as they advance in age. It’s time to consider the senior aging process. In January 2021, the three people most likely to be the next president—Biden, Sanders, and the incumbent, Donald Trump at 74—would each be the oldest president to ever be inaugurated.
The question for voters is: Do we want a president in his 80s to be leading us? Ronald Reagan left the White House at age 77, and had been mentally fading throughout his final year in office. For an answer, just ask any nursing home resident.