DONALD Trump looks younger now aged 75 because “stress fuels him” despite him “taking more crap than other presidents,” Donald Trump Jr has claimed.
The former president’s eldest son shared a picture of Trump on Instagram alongside a comment from conservative journalist Jack Posobiec asking “how is he getting younger?”
He shared the same image again with the title “He got younger.”
“There’s some truth to this,” Don Jr wrote in the caption.
“He takes the stress and it fuels him, and in all fairness, he took more crap than any other president times about 1000.
“Others can’t handle it and they age 20 years overnight.”
Supporters agreed in the comments calling the grandfather-of-ten a “stud” and stating, “we all know he’s the GOAT.”
Others pushed for Trump to announce his bid for the presidency in the next election, commenting “He looks ready for 2024!” and “Put him back in, Coach!”
One commentor said he is “born for this.”
It comes as Trump and members of his family continue to take aim at President Joe Biden about his age and question his mental agility and fitness for office.
Biden was the oldest person to take the presidential oath of office aged 78 at his inauguration in January.
Despite being only three years younger than Biden, Trump has branded him “Sleepy Joe” and claimed he is too old to do the job.
It comes after a new poll revealed Trump would narrowly beat Biden if there was a rerun of last year’s presidential election.
An Emerson College survey of 1,200 registered voters revealed that 47 percent would vote for Trump in a hypothetical election.
The Republican appears to have a one-point advantage as 46 percent of registered voters would cast their ballot for Biden.
But, the data revealed that Biden would perform far better against other GOP candidates.
VOTERS WANT TRUMP
Almost half of registered voters would vote for the gaffe-prone president if he went up against Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
And, 42 percent would vote for the Democrat if he contested the 2024 election against Sen. Mitt Romney – the GOP’s 2012 presidential nominee.
Only 23 percent of registered voters would vote for Romney.
Around 67 percent of registered Republican voters want Trump to be the GOP candidate in 2024 compared to 60 percent of Democrats that want Biden to seek another term in office.
Almost four in ten Democrats say that they would prefer another candidate to contest the 2024 election, The Blaze reports.
Spencer Kimball, director of Emerson College Polling, said: “This data suggests that Republicans want either Trump or a Trumpian candidate to be their nominee.”
Biden’s approval ratings tanked following the chaotic withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.
It fell to 43 percent, according to a poll conducted by NPR, PBS NewsHour, and Marist.
BIDEN'S RATING PLUMMETS
Biden's approval rating stood at 49 percent in August, according to the pollster.
Only 36 percent of independent voters approve of the president’s performance while 55 percent disapprove.
Biden's approval rating dropped to historic lows last week as it dipped below 50 percent for the first time in his presidency, according to a Morning Consult poll.
Meanwhile, Trump continues to tease about a potential return to the White House.
He has been cranking up his public criticism of Biden over his handling of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
He slammed the president for giving Taliban insurgents a “kill list” of people waiting to be evacuated from the war-torn country.
Trump branded the US “weak and pathetic” and said troops were being led by people that had “no idea” what they were doing.
The Republican said the Afghan crisis was the consequence of “the dumbest move ever perhaps made in US history” as he blasted Biden’s strategy to withdraw troops before civilians.
He put out an ad titled “failure” which used a montage of video clips and still photos to criticize Biden over the Taliban’s swift takeover of Afghanistan.
It could be considered the first TV ad of his 2024 campaign should he decide to run for the White House again.
Ohio congressman Jim Jordan reportedly claimed that Trump will be announcing he’s running for president “any day now.”
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