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Female college student shot dead on Georgia campus as officials warned of ‘intruder’

A student at Kennesaw State University in Georgia was shot and killed Saturday by an “armed intruder” on campus, officials confirmed.

“Kennesaw State officials can confirm that a female student was fatally shot on campus,” the school said in an alert on its website. “A suspect has been detained.”

The school added: “There is no threat to the campus community. Kennesaw State University Police are working with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, and we will provide updated information once it becomes available.”

The female student was shot around 4 p.m. 

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In an earlier alert on social media, the university said: “Armed Intruder reported at Kennesaw State. Seek shelter in a secure location until further notice.”

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By 4:45 p.m., the university gave an “all clear” and said the suspect was “no longer a threat to campus.”

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) and the university are investigating. 

The fatal shooting comes three months after Laken Riley, a 22-year-old nursing student at Augusta University, was killed on Feb. 22 while jogging on trails around the University of Georgia campus. 

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Jose Antonio Ibarra, a 26-year-old Venezuelan national who was living illegally in the U.S., has been charged in her murder, which police described as a “crime of opportunity.”

Earlier this month, a Georgia grand jury indicted Ibarra, on 10 counts, including malice murder, two counts of kidnapping with bodily injury, two counts of aggravated assault with intent to rape, two counts of aggravated battery, obstructing or hindering a person from making a 911 call, tampering with evidence and being a “peeping Tom.”

Blue state will be ‘first’ in nation to take page from Biden’s new playbook on guns

Democratic Maryland governor Wes Moore signed a bill establishing the first statewide gun violence prevention center earlier this week.

The project, which is called the Center for Firearm Violence Prevention and Intervention, will operate within the Maryland Department of Health. Its mission is to “consolidate and better coordinate Maryland’s public health approach to preventing gun violence,” according to a press release published by the governor’s office on Thursday.

“The center will partner with local governments, advocates, and medical professionals engaged in violence intervention programs to build upon the critical gun violence intervention programs that were pioneered in Maryland and help ensure that they are adequately funded and informed by the best available data,” the statement explained.

Moore follows in the footsteps of President Biden, who established the Office of Gun Violence Prevention in September 2023. The Old Line State is the first to adopt a statewide agency against gun violence, Moore said.

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“Maryland became the first state in the nation to officially answer President Biden’s call,” the governor told reporters.

Moore also signed the Growing Apprenticeships and the Public Safety Workforce (GAPS) Act, which is aimed at better funding police departments in the state.

“With police departments across the state facing challenges with hiring and retaining officers, the bill proposes short and long-term actions to help address the problem by reforming the existing apprenticeship model for public safety officials – with the goal of making apprenticeships a more viable pathway to law enforcement, and requiring the establishment of a model policy for law enforcement officer wellness programs to ensure officers receive the support they need in their often challenging work,” the statement explains.

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The laws come as Baltimore continues to be ravaged by crime. According to the Baltimore Police Department’s website, there have been more than 1,800 aggravated assaults and 1,200 robberies since 2024 began. In addition, there have been 155 shootings and 62 homicides this year.

“When we entered office, we made public safety our number one priority, and we said we were going to move differently on this issue – because the status quo wasn’t working,” a statement from Moore read. “Today, we make Maryland safer by signing bills to support victims, build stronger pipelines to law enforcement jobs, and tackle the gun violence epidemic, head-on.”

“We’re making progress, but our work is far from done. Together, we will continue to take an all-of-the-above approach to public safety.”

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Fox News Digital reached out to Moore’s office for additional comment, but did not receive an immediate reply.

Hollywood star Jessica Biel makes brutally honest admission about her career

Jessica Biel revealed she almost quit Hollywood before executive-producing and starring in the hit series “The Sinner.”

During an appearance on “The Bright Side” podcast, the 42-year-old actress recalled how she became discouraged after co-founding her production company Iron Ocean and struggling for over a decade to get a project picked up.

“Doors did not open at all, even being in the business for so long,” Biel said. 

“I’ve had this production company with my partner, Michelle Purple, for 20 years. I started it with her when I was 22, and for the first 10 years, we had almost no success at all.

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“We had a very challenging time getting any story told.”

The “7th Heaven” alum explained she and Purple produced a short film and a full-length feature movie, which she described as a “labor of love.” However, the two were unable to sell either project.

“And then not until many years later, that’s when we were introduced to “The Sinner” and then built that show from the ground up,” Biel said. 

“When we were actually selling that show, Michelle and I looked at each other, and she said, ‘If we don’t sell this show, I’m quitting.’ 

“I said, ‘Me too, I’m quitting. I’m not doing this. I don’t know — if this show doesn’t sell, I don’t know what people want. I don’t know what to bring them. I don’t understand this business anymore. I just don’t get it anymore.’

“And then we sold it in the room,” Biel added. “It was so weird.”

In “The Sinner,” Biel played troubled mother Cora Tannetti, who shockingly stabs an apparent stranger to death while enjoying a beach day with her family. Because Cora has no idea why she committed the murder, police Det. Harry Ambrose sets out to determine the motive for her actions.

The actress was nominated for an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for her performance in “The Sinner,” which was made into an anthology series that ran for four seasons.

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Biel and Purple went on to produce the 2022 Hulu miniseries “Candy,” which also starred the “Total Recall” actress. The duo executive-produce the hit thriller series “Cruel Summer.”

While speaking on “The Bright Side” podcast, Biel shared that it was a “humbling” experience to prove she could be a successful producer despite having an established acting career.

“It was basically like starting over on some level,” she said.

“The Illusionist” star noted the industry was very different years ago, and there was little interest in female-driven projects.

“It was a time when nobody cared about women’s stories,” Biel said. “It was before we had this amazing runway for powerful, complex female stories.

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“So, it just wasn’t the right time either, and we were fighting against all the elements. It was a very humbling experience, and it still continues to be humbling.”

Biel said achieving success in Hollywood can be difficult for anyone.

“I don’t find that my industry — or being an actor or producer — is easy in any way, shape or form,” she said. 

“It is so much blood, sweat and tears that you put into getting these projects made, and so many of the things we work on never, ever come to fruition.

“I feel like most producers would say the same thing, that they have that experience, and it’s very hard. And also on my own just sort of separating my company from my own acting career.”

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The “Total Recall” star explained she still faces challenges landing roles as an actress.

“I am fighting for those roles that I really want and auditioning and not getting them,” she said. “Still hearing nos, like a lot of nos.

 “It’s a humbling business all around,” Biel added. “And I think it might always be that way.”

Scouts’ notes on Bronny James exposed ahead of NBA Draft — and they’re brutal

It was a rough go for Bronny James in his freshman season at USC, and he’s not getting much love as he gears up for the NBA Draft.

The son of the NBA’s all-time leading scorer declared for the NBA Draft last month despite averaging fewer than five points per game with the Trojans. He can still decide to go back to college.

Perhaps the cardiac arrest he suffered last summer played a factor, as he had been a McDonald’s All-American last year in his senior year of high school.

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Despite dropping 13 points in a scrimmage at the NBA Scouting Combine earlier this week, though, one exhibition is not convincing many.

ESPN’s Marc Spears read off a list of notes a pair of scouts took of James they had sent him, and not many were great.

One scout said to Spears, “If the Lakers don’t draft him, I don’t see anyone drafting him. Teams will want him on a two-way [contract], and I don’t think [James’ agency] Klutch will want that.”

Another was harsher.

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“Positional athlete. Doesn’t function as an elite athlete. Tweener stuck between two positions. Should be a point guard based on his size, but he can’t run an offense. He’s handicapped as an undersized shooting guard because he can’t shoot…

“His comp — a poor man’s Davion Mitchell. He is not an NBA prospect in my opinion.”

Mitchell, a backup point guard for the Sacramento Kings, averaged 15.3 minutes and 5.3 points per game this season.

James played 25 games his freshman season and averaged 4.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game.

Bronny measured at a height of 6 feet, 1.5 inches at the NBA Scouting Combine. He was listed at 6 feet, 4 inches at USC.

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It’s been reported, though, that the Lakers, whom his father plays for, could draft Bronny if it would mean keeping LeBron on the team. The draft is two days before James’ deadline to opt out of his deal.

Fox News’ Chantz Martin contributed to this report.

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Dem caught in AOC v. MTG crossfire mocked for hawking new merch with apparent typo

Social media users mocked Rep. Jasmine Crockett, D-Texas, for announcing she was selling T-shirts based on her mid-hearing feud with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., and appearing to have her own name misspelled on the image of the shirts.

Crockett’s critics swarmed a post on X, formerly Twitter, she shared Friday announcing the merchandise, which featured an image of the clothing emblazoned with an insult she hurled at Greene during their spat at a congressional hearing the previous evening. 

Eagle-eyed X users pointed out that Crockett’s signature on the bottom of the shirt appeared to be misspelled.

“I’d start by spelling your last name correctly,” OutKick contributor Riley Gaines, who hosts “Gaines for Girls,” wrote of Crockett’s post.

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Crockett’s merchandise idea followed the outbursts by her, Greene and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., during a Thursday night House Oversight Committee hearing convened to determine whether Attorney General Merrick Garland should be held in contempt after he refused to turn over audio recordings between President Biden and special counsel Robert Hur. 

The spat began when Greene took shots at Crockett’s “fake eyelashes.”

The bickering continued as AOC came to Crockett’s defense, saying, “I do have a point of order, and I would like to move to take down Ms. Greene’s words. That is absolutely unacceptable. How dare you attack the physical appearance of another person? Move her words down.”

After Greene shot back with some more mockery, AOC exclaimed, “Oh girl, baby girl — don’t even play!”

Crockett also fired back at Greene’s personal appearance, describing her as having a “bleach blonde, bad-built, butch body.”

Crockett put her “bleach blonde” viral insult on a T-shirt and shared an image of it to X as soon-to-drop merchandise.

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“So we are going to drop ‘A Crockett Clapback Collection,’” she wrote in the caption. “This collection will feature various swag that includes random things I’ve said. The money will go to ensuring that we have a Democratic House! Give me a little time to really get the swag online etc., but B6 will drop first.”

“If you have things you want to see come to life let me know. Post graphics or just phrases that you want to see.”

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At the bottom of the T-shirt in the image, Crockett’s signature appeared to be spelled “Crockrtt.”

A user asked who “Crockrtt” is, to which the congresswoman replied, “Order a shirt and you will see.”

Conservative musician “Five Times August” blasted the shirt, saying, “What an embarrassment. For Texas. For the whole country. ‘Leaders’ like you prove we have none. We are screwed.”

“The shirt says ‘Crockrtt,'” he added in another post. “She was so anxious to milk the attention for money she couldn’t even take the time to get her own name right. #proofread Why are people like this given power? Friggin’ beyond embarrassing. Disgraceful.”

Conservative personality Kimberly Klacik called the move a “branding mistake.”

Journalist Brad Polumbo saw the post and wrote: “You are not fit for office. Resign.”

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Crockett’s team did not immediately reply to Fox News Digital’s request for comment. 

Country’s president sounds alarm on mayor, says ‘no one knows her’ — and might be spy

A Philippine mayor faces accusations of acting as a Chinese asset amid a growing territorial dispute between the two countries. 

“No one knows her. We wonder where she came from. That’s why we are investigating this, together with the Bureau of Immigration, because of the questions about her citizenship,” Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos told reporters this week. 

Alice Guo, the 35-year-old mayor of Bamban, has found herself in the middle of a potential scandal over her origins and allegiances. She claimed to have grown up on a pig farm and had raised no concerns prior to a strange discovery made in her town this month, the BBC reported. 

Law enforcement discovered that an online casino by the name of Philippine Offshore Gambling Operator (Pogo) in Bamban actually served as a front for a “scam center,” which had close to 700 workers — including over 200 Chinese nationals — who were posing as “online lovers.”

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The raid on the site in March rescued all of those workers, who claimed they were forced to work for the owners. The center tried to con victims with a “pig butchering” scam, in which a scammer adopted a fake identity to gain trust and then offered a romantic relationship to manipulate and steal from the victim. 

Guo found herself entangled in the incident when it came to light that she owned half the land where Pogo was located.

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The nation’s Senate brought her into a hearing to testify, and she claimed she had sold the land before she ran for mayor two years earlier, along with assets that included a helicopter and a Ford Expedition, both registered under her name but allegedly sold off before her campaign, the South China Morning Press reported. 

Other irregularities raised concerns about her status. She only registered with the Commission on Elections to vote in Bamban one year before she ran and won as mayor. 

She also admitted she only registered her birth certificate with local authorities at the age of 17 and gave few details about her background other than she was born in a house and home-schooled in a family compound where they raised pigs. 

Senators accused Guo of providing “opaque” answers to their questions about her background, leading one senator to ask if Guo was a Chinese asset. She fired back that she was “not a coddler, not a protector of Pogos.”

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China and the Philippines have found themselves in renewed territorial disputes as Beijing tries to enforce control over waters around the Philippines, leading to clashes between Chinese Coast Guards and Filipino fishermen. 

Last year saw a series of near clashes between the two coast guards near the Second Thomas Shoal. The Philippine authorities protested China’s use of a water cannon and military-grade lasers. 

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China established a claim to the Scarborough Shoal in 2012, after which the Philippines formally launched a protest that went before a United Nations-backed tribunal. A 2016 ruling went against China, rejecting Beijing’s claims on “historical grounds,” but Beijing rejected the arbitration and its outcome. 

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

Experts explain major ‘downside’ to potential Trump VP pick

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of profiles of potential running mates for presidential candidate Donald Trump on the 2024 Republican Party ticket.

A possible frontrunner on former President Trump’s running mate shortlist has a major “downside” that could make his potential selection a bad bet, multiple campaign and election experts told Fox News Digital.

The horse race among those hoping to be named Trump’s running mate continued this week. Those widely believed to be on the shortlist made the rounds on various media outlets and at events alongside the former president, including North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, who some say lacks a “wow factor.”

“He’s not a known commodity. He’s not somebody that, I think, instinctively would fire up the base or fire up Republicans,” GOP strategist Dave Polyansky said, citing concerns over Burgum’s lack of name recognition despite running in the Republican presidential primaries last year.

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He argued that, although firing up the base wasn’t the main purpose in a choice for running mate, there was no “overwhelming cry” from Republicans across the country for Burgum to be the pick. 

“Again, that shouldn’t necessarily be a decider, but there’s no wow factor to him,” Polyansky said.

Veteran Republican strategist Karl Rove agreed Burgum’s name recognition was also a problem and that he’s “from a small, heavily Republican state” when the battle for the presidency could come down to who wins over voters in the battlegrounds of Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Wisconsin.

Rove also predicted Burgum’s wealth could “make him a target for the left.”

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Republican strategist Erin Perrine told Fox “the downsides to Burgum’s selection are not deeply controversial given other possible selections the former president could make” but agreed with Rove that Burgum hailing from a reliably red state with a small population wouldn’t impact the electoral map.

“Some might argue that other potential candidates could bring more expertise, higher visibility or diversity to the ticket, leading to doubts about Burgum’s suitability as a VP nominee,” she said. She added Burgum declaring last year he wouldn’t serve as Trump’s running mate, as well as the possibility he might face intensified media scrutiny regarding his absence from North Dakota over the past year, would likely complicate his selection.

“It doesn’t take much for the media to pounce, and campaigning as a sitting governor has proven difficult for others running for other offices before,” she said.

Others were more blunt when it came to the possibility of Burgum’s selection, including a source close to the Trump campaign who said there was “more downside than upside there,” citing the concerns over his name recognition and being from North Dakota.

“If I had to rank him, I’d put him in the top five, maybe five or six, but not any higher,” the source said.

GOP pollster Scott Rasmussen simply told Fox, “I see no reason why Gov. Burgum should even be in the discussion other than media speculation. The fact that Trump featured him at the recent rally is interesting, but I suspect the governor will play some other role in the campaign.”

Burgum, despite those concerns, does have a number of strong qualities experts said could provide a boost to Trump, including his record as the chief executive of a state and as a business leader.

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“Burgum is a successful two-term governor of a major energy- and agricultural-producing state who’s championed education reform, tax cuts and government reform,” Rove said. “He’s also built a tech company — Great Plains Software — in the Midwest heartland, which he sold to Microsoft, becoming a top executive with the company before entering politics.”

Polyansky said one of the most “compelling” reasons to have Burgum’s name on the ticket was because of his television presence.

“He’s proven himself over the last month to be a great, very agile and pretty effective communicator,” he said. “Burgum’s shown that he can do some good in terms of his ability to communicate and drive a message.”

Perrine said Burgum’s “no-drama, no-nonsense demeanor has boosted the economy and safety of North Dakota,” and that being a “businessman-turned-governor” was “a mirror to Trump that the former president would appreciate.” 

The source close to Trump’s campaign praised the governor as “a vote getter.”

“He’s a decent man,” the source said.

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A number of other big names have also been floated to join Trump on the Republican ticket, including South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Sanders, Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin, House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, Ohio Sen. JD Vance and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.

Trump, who spent most of his week sitting on trial in a New York City courtroom while President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are free to hit the campaign trail, is still weighing his running mate options. He suggested last week he might even wait until the July Republican National Convention in Milwaukee to name his pick.

Fox News Digital has reached out to representatives of Burgum for comment.

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Fisherman still stunned after terrifying discovery on beach: ‘Definitely one to remember’

Owen Prior is an experienced fisherman, but even he was surprised when he reeled in a 12-foot tiger shark at Jacksonville Beach in Florida last weekend. 

This is definitely one to remember for sure,” Prior, who runs First Coast Surf Fishing in Jacksonville Beach, told FOX 35 Orlando of his personal record catch. 

“I’ve caught hundreds of sharks up to a 14-foot hammerhead, but that was my personal best tiger shark,” he said. 

Prior said the massive shark took roughly 25 minutes to reel in, and, since tiger sharks are protected in Florida, he “snapped a quick pic and let her go on her way.”

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Prior and his friends had been waiting at the beach for around 12 hours when the shark bit his stingray bait at around 4 a.m. 

“I was actually dead asleep when it happened and my friend, he was screaming ‘Owen!’ woke me up,” he said. 

He ran down toward the hook “and the rest is history.” 

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“I felt some weight for sure, I knew it was going to be a bigger fish,” he explained. “There’s some sharks that fight harder than others and believe it or not, tigers do not fight as hard as they might seem they do.”

He called tiger sharks “notoriously lazy,” adding that they, and sharks as a whole, are often “opportunistic” about bait.  

“I got lucky for sure, it was barely hooked,” he told FOX 35, explaining that he doesn’t use barbs on his hooks to make the release smoother.

“All in all, it was a great experience having the ability to feel the power of a large shark like that and even better being able to safely remove the hook and watch her swim away back into the abyss with a free meal,” he told the news station. “It’s one to remember.”

Prior said he’s next setting his sights on tarpon. 

Tarpon are coming,” said Prior, who added he’s “not just a shark guy.”

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He said he reeled in a “huge tarpon” last year and the water is “speaking tarpon to me.”

Bill Maher interprets recent Biden campaign decision as major red flag for November

“Real Time” host Bill Maher is sounding the alarm about President Biden’s sudden push to debate, saying it means he “knows he’s losing.” The HBO host also revived his push to swap Biden off the Democratic ticket, at one point wondering, “Is it too late to switch out?” 

“To me it says Biden knows he’s losing because otherwise he wouldn’t have agreed,” Maher said as he kicked off his panel discussion Friday night. “Only the loser wants to debate.”

Maher marveled at the idea of a summer debate with the first one slated for June 27, pointing out “They haven’t had the convention yet!”

“Well, they’re not getting any younger,” The Free Press reporter Nellie Bowles quipped. 

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The HBO host then posed the question if “any of this is going to make a difference to the election.” New York Times columnist Pamela Paul responded by saying the debates “are not going to be decisive” while Bowles suggested they “might swing people.”

“Well, I think the guy who has more to prove is Biden,” Maher said. “Trump is a known commodity. They know he’s gonna be an a– h–e. He’s gonna be lurking and growling and not obeying the rules and everything else. But Biden, they want to see proof of life.”

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Paul responded by saying Biden has “already shown that he can stand up and give a rousing talk when need be,” likely referring to his State of the Union address earlier this year. Bowles joked that there might need to be “drug testing” before the debates.

“I feel like we have turned a corner though,” Maher later said. “Like after the last election, it was ‘Trump is finished.’ And then a year later was ‘Well, he’s not going away.’ And then it was ‘Uh oh, he could win again.’ And now it seems like the consensus is almost Biden can’t win. And he is losing in all the swing states I think except Wisconsin and by bigger and bigger numbers.” 

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“Is it too late to switch out?” he then asked. “Because in these swing states where Biden is losing, it’s interesting. The Democratic Senate candidate is not losing. So it just says something, which is it’s not the party necessarily somewhat, but it’s the guy. They just don’t see him as the guy no matter what he does. He has plenty of victories. It doesn’t seem to ever move the needle, but the Democrats will have to get off their keister now. Now!”  

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Paul responded by alluding to the possibility of the 81-year-old president‘s passing, which Maher quickly clarified they were “not rooting for that.”

“We sound like three kids around the hospital bed,” Maher quipped. 

Maher previously pushed to switch Biden off the ticket in February after the release of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report that fueled questions of the president’s mental acuity.