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America has some of the oldest leaders ever in American history, and the American people in a new Pew Research poll, OVERWHELMINGLY support a cutoff for potential Presidents at 75 years of age or younger.

President Joe Biden’s eightieth birthday came and went Sunday and 86% of Americans polled by Pew Research feel that 75 is a good mandatory retirement age.

Such a new law would knock out about 29 Congressmen and 11 Senators: the average Senator is 64, and the average Congressman is 58. The eldest members of the House and Senate predate U.S. involvement in World War II, that’s not a typo, they were born in 1933 according to FiscalNote.

Of course, this move would also disqualify both Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

As reported by Reuters,  71% of Democrats polled believe that Biden is “mentally sharp and able to deal with challenges,” while 46% believe he may not be up to the challenge of running for re-election , based on a Reuters/Ipsos poll taken Nov. 8 and 9.

Political affiliation aside, 68% of people surveyed think Biden may not be up for the challenge two years from now, while less than half say the same about Trump. Some 86% of Americans said they believe the cutoff for serving as president should be age 75 or younger, the poll found.

At a time when the American people can agree on so little, it’s startling to see the people come together across party lines on one topic so strongly. The message from the American people seems clear: it’s time for the Silent Generation and the Baby Boomers to step aside.