Former Clinton advisor and political consultant James Carville made some far-fetched predictions about who will be on the 2024 presidential election ballot.
“I don’t think Trump or Biden will be on the ballot in 2024,” Carville said.
“I’m going to be 78 in less than a month. The country needs a generational change,” he added.
“I think they’re going to get it.”
During the question-and-answer part of the program, Carville was asked about the future of the January 6 Committee if Republicans take back Congress in November.
“I’m going to give y’all two predictions,” Carville said.
“First prediction is within a year, Biden pardons Trump.”
“[Biden] says you have to ask for it, and you have to admit guilt,” Carville said.
“I think at a point you say, you know — now, you have to talk to the Fulton County [GA] DA. That’s not part of the deal. That’s not presidential,” Carville added.
“The second prediction is, the next Speaker of the House is — drumroll, please — Liz Cheney,” he continued.
“It is a very possible outcome that the Republicans win the House by three seats,” he said.
“Y’all have got to remember something: The entire House elects the Speaker. Being Speaker is like being Pope.,’ he added.
“You don’t have to be a Catholic to be a Pope,” the former Clinton advisor argued.
Carville said Liz Cheney could win the speakership by swaying four Republicans and all of the Democrats if GOP won the House by a three-member majority.
Last month, Cheney vowed to leave the Republican party if former President Donald Trump becomes the presidential 2024 nominee.
Cheney also promised to campaign for Democrats to stop GOP nominee Kari Lake from being elected in the Arizona gubernatorial race.
“I’m going to do everything I can to make sure Kari Lake is not elected,” Cheney said.