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Miller: Biden Should Be in ‘Assisted Living’ Facility After Damaging Video

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One of former President Donald Trump’s top advisers laced into his successor during a Friday interview following an incident earlier in the week that left many Republicans shaking their heads.

Stephen Miller warned in an interview with Newsmax TV’s Eric Bolling that Biden’s cognitive decline is a danger to the country and the world, saying that he really should not be carrying on as leader of the free world.

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Miller’s remarks came after Biden appeared to be looking for the late Republican Indiana Rep. Jackie Walorski, who died in a motor vehicle accident in August, at an event in Washington on Wednesday.

“And I want to thank all of you here, including bipartisan elected officials like Representative McGovern, Senator Braun, Senator Booker, Representative — Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie? I didn’t think she was — she wasn’t going to be here — to help make this a reality. And thanks to Senator Stabenow, Representative DeLauro for their leadership,” he said.

The incident was just the latest in a long line of gaffes by Biden that have left critics questioning his mental fitness for office.

“Why aren’t people talking about using utilizing the 25th Amendment to get this guy out?” Newsmax host Eric Bolling asked Miller.

“Every cabinet secretary needs to be asked whether or not they’re going to invoke the 25th Amendment,” Miller said.

“President Biden is not cognitively present. He does not have the mental capacity to serve as the President of the United States of America. If he was in a nursing home, he would be in the assisted living section, not the area where people are in a retirement community, who are living their own lives and who are making their own decisions,” he <a href=”https://www.mediaite.com/tv/stephen-miller-wants-biden-in-assisted-living-facility-over-dead-congresswoman-gaffe-could-lead-us-to-nuclear-war/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>continued</a>.

Miller then said that Biden is “completely cognitively diminished and deteriorated,” adding that the current president is running the country during the first major European war in decades.

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“There’s obviously been some conflicts, but the first major war in Europe,” he said. “You’re talking about someone that could lead us to nuclear war.”

Last week, following Republican criticisms that included new calls for Biden to take a cognitive test, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre tried to explain the president’s bizarre singling out of Walorski.

“What happened in the hunger event today? The President appeared to look around the room for an audience member, a member of Congress who passed away last month.  He seemed to indicate she might be in the room.  What happened there?” a reporter said.

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“So the President was, as you all know — you guys were watching today’s event, a very important event on food insecurity.  The President was naming the congressional champions on this issue and was acknowledging her incredible work.  He had — he had already planned to welcome the congresswoman’s family to the White House on Friday.  There will be a bill signing in her honor this coming Friday,” the press secretary said.

“So, of course, she was on his mind.  She was of top of mind for the President.  He looks — very much looks forward to discussing her remarkable legacy of public service with them when he sees her family this coming Friday,” she said.

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“He said, ‘Jackie, are you here? Where’s Jackie? She must not be here,’” the reporter pressed further.

“No, I totally understand.  I just — I just explained she was on top of mind. You know, this wasn’t — what we were able to witness today and what the President was able to lift up in this — at this conference at this event was how her — her focus on wanting to deal with, combat food — food insecurity in America. And this is something that he was lifting up and honoring,” the press secretary said.

“And, again, he knows that he’s going to see her family this coming Friday. There’s a bill signing that’s going to happen in renaming a VA clinic in Indiana after the late congresswoman. He knows that he is going to see her family, and she was at top of mind,” she said.

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