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INNER TURMOIL: Biden Advisers Reportedly Unsure of President’s Ability to Campaign


Now that Joe Biden has officially entered the 2024 Democratic primary, the real questions will come barreling to the forefront of the national attention.

Chief among those inquiries will be concerns about Biden’s health, both physical and mental.  He is an octogenarian after all, and his recent string of unfortunate gaffes don’t instill much confidence in his capacities.

To make matters worse, it looks like his own staff is beginning to wonder if he’s fit enough for another campaign.

President Joe Biden’s close advisers are worried about his age and “diminished” energy as the president seeks reelection and faces the grind of a 2024 presidential campaign, a report detailed Friday.

Recent polling shows that 67 percent of voters believe Biden is too old to be president and 56 percent have doubts about his mental fitness.

Those doubts appear to have crept into the White House. The president’s advisers say Biden, who is 80 and would be 86 by the end of a second term, is mentally sharp but worry “his age has diminished his energy” needed for a rigorous campaign, according to Axios.

What kind of schedule can he even maintain at this point?

“Many White House officials say they’re amazed at Biden’s stamina — often adding the caveat: ‘for his age,’” the report said before revealing that Biden does not like to hold public or private events outside the hours of 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

“Some White House officials say it’s difficult to schedule public or private events with the president in the morning, in the evening, or on weekends: The vast majority of Biden’s public events happen on weekdays, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m,” according to Axios.

Biden’s wellness woes even prompted the left-leaning New York Times to publish a piece suggesting that America doesn’t need a “healthy” President – an opinion seen by many as a weak attempt to preemptively excuse Biden’s future performance.

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