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8 Jul, 2023 11:27

Old men presidents


Why are the leaders in the United States getting older and older? Both Donald Trump & Joe Biden have been the two oldest presidents to take office in the entire history of the country. Does this create a skewed interest for the ruling elites to only care about the older, monied, and influential classes? And what will happen if younger people start to get more involved in the electoral process? On this episode of Direct Impact, Rick Sanchez discusses all of this and more with columnist and contributor at The Blaze, Edward Woodson.