As the November election draws near, one former governor has spoken up on the plans Democrats are cooking for President Joe Biden.

Biden’s failing health and declining memory, coupled with embarrassing gaffes and falls, has left the president struggling for support among voters. There have been talks that the Democrat party might dump Biden and replace him with former First Lady Michelle Obama or California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Former GOP Ohio Gov. John Kasich insisted on Friday Night that the Democrats are looking for other alternatives in 2024.

“The fact that the economy is not turning, the fact that people are saying it’s a terrible economy for them, the fact that they’ve said they don’t have any confidence Joe Biden can fix it, his public appearances have not been very good, and now they’ve agreed to two debates, which is as out there as you can get,” Kasich told MSNBC host Jose Diaz-Balart. “I’m starting to wonder — I have talked to a lot of Democrats, they didn’t tell me this—  but I’m starting to wonder if there’s a real possibility that Joe Biden will not be the Democratic nominee. I’m starting to wonder about it.”

Kasich, who ran a failed campaign in 2016, cited Biden’s poor polling numbers and the people he has talked to as the reason for his astonishing claim.

“I have talked to a lot of people and I see what these numbers are like, Jose,’ Kasich said. “I mean, you had a poll, that Siena poll, that indicated last week, not only did they think he couldn’t fix the economy – and they put Trump way ahead of him – but they also said they’re not sure he’s as competent as Trump.”