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Stephen A. Smith rips apart Dem Party for pushing Biden's re-election — then admits he would vote for a Republican

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Sports commentator Stephen A. Smith admonished the Democratic Party on Tuesday for propping up President Joe Biden's re-election bid.

"I think there's an abundance of people who can do better," Smith declared on Fox News.

"I'm looking at him and I don't like what I see. I'm not impressed with what I see, and I've been very concerned with what I've seen, and the fact that he's going to be 82 years of age at election time," he continued. "If he were to win the election, and then he'd be in the White House until he's 86 years old.

"I think in the year 2023 it is utterly embarrassing that the liberal side has him as their best candidate. What does it say about you when that is the best candidate that you can give the left? That is ridiculous!" Smith exclaimed.

The ESPN talking head said his comments were "not a knock against Joe Biden" per se, but rather "an indictment against the Democratic Party."

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So who will Smith vote for?

Calling himself as a "registered independent," Smith said he is willing to vote for Chris Christie.

"He's certainly not a liberal," Smith said of Christie. "The bottom line is this: I think that he's competent and, more importantly, he's going to be talking about issues as opposed to having us distracted with a whole bunch of nonsense that we don't need to be distracted with as a country. Now, whether he wins or not — I know it's a long shot.

"But I tell you this much: I'd vote for him before I'd vote for any of the Democratic candidates that I've seen," he admitted.

The comments came on the same day that Christie, the former New Jersey governor, joined the 2024 presidential race. He is a long-shot candidate, but will definitely make an impact and has an outside shot at winning the nomination.

Smith voted for Biden in 2020 and is open to voting for him again if he opposes the winner of the Republican nomination — especially if it is Donald Trump.

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