Franklin Graham says he thinks Trump might be too unhealthy to run for president in 2024: 'The guy does not eat well'
President Donald Trump serving fast food in the White House dining room. Joyce Boghosian / The White House
Rev. Franklin Graham said the President’s bid from Trump for 2024 could be "a very difficult thing".
"They know the guy doesn't eat well," the evangelical leader and Trump ally told Axios.
He also said Trump had lost weight and was energetic, "could be in good health and in good shape".
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Rev. Franklin Graham said he thinks former President Donald Trump's health may be too poor to run for president again in 2024.
Graham, Trump's evangelical leader and longtime ally, told Axios on HBO that getting Trump back on track would be "a very difficult thing".
"I think for him everything will depend on his health at this point," he said. "If he still has energy and strength like him. I don't."
He said Trump's diet could be a factor against him. "You know the guy doesn't eat well, you know, and it's amazing the energy he has," said Graham.
However, he added that Trump has lost weight since leaving the White House so "he could be in good health and shape" to start running again.
A Trump adviser told Insider in April that Trump had lost £ 15 since the end of his presidency.
Trump has long loved fast food.
Trump would be 78 years old in 2024, as old as President Joe Biden is now.
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