Cheating memos trouble for Biden

Cheating memos trouble for Biden

to report Jam Jam onlineSome of these people doubt that the 81-year-old Biden will be able to withstand the harsh conditions of the presidential campaign.

According to Axios, they are also worried that Biden will face difficulties during a direct debate with his election rival Donald Trump.

Biden’s advisers insist that he only uses notepads to answer technical and detailed questions.

This is while last week a former White House doctor along with 83 other American Republican lawmakers wrote an open letter expressing “extreme concern” about Biden’s cognitive abilities and emphasized that he should take a cognitive test to test his mental readiness for the presidency. to prove

The letter came after the US inspector general investigating Biden’s mishandling of classified government documents recently wrote in his report that he was too old and had a poor memory to stand trial.

81-year-old Joe Biden, who holds the record for the oldest president in the history of the United States, requested a press conference to defend his mental fitness after the publication of this “Robert Hore” report.

“My memory is good,” he said in this conference.

However, in the same press conference, the American president questioned his mental health by making another gaffe and mentioning Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as the president of Mexico.

Shortly before giving this gaffe, he had claimed in another speech that he had a conversation with 2 world leaders who had passed away years ago.


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