Biden Slips And Makes Alarming 4-Word Admission About His Health

Biden Slips And Makes Alarming 4-Word Admission About His Health

The New York Times published an article on Thursday detailing President Joe Biden’s recent meeting with Democratic governors. The report highlighted elements that might heighten concerns about the president’s ability to run for reelection.

According to the Times, during the meeting, President Biden mentioned to the governors that he needs more rest and plans to reduce his working hours, including limiting evening events past 8 p.m. This information came from two attendees and was corroborated by several others who were briefed on the discussion. The article stated:

"The remarks on Wednesday were a stark acknowledgment of fatigue from the 81-year-old president during a meeting intended to reassure more than two dozen of his most important supporters that he is still in command of his job and capable of mounting a robust campaign against former President Donald J. Trump."

Biden firmly stated on Wednesday that he has no plans to withdraw from the 2024 presidential race, despite widespread concerns about his preparedness for the campaign and his ability to compete against Trump. He appeared to address these concerns with a joke during the meeting:

After Gov. Josh Green of Hawaii, a physician, inquired about Biden’s health, the president responded that his health was fine, adding, “It’s just my brain,” according to three sources familiar with the meeting. While some took this as a joke, at least one governor was puzzled.
Jen O’Malley Dillon, Biden’s campaign chair, who was present at the meeting, stated that Biden had said, “All kidding aside,” a recollection confirmed by another individual briefed on the conversation. O’Malley Dillon added, “He was clearly making a joke.”

This wasn't the only worrisome public statement he made over the holiday. Biden confused a crowd on the Fourth of July at the White House by referencing Santa Claus.

President Joe Biden baffled the audience on Thursday by using Santa Claus’s famous Christmas greeting, “Ho, ho, ho!” during the White House’s Fourth of July celebration.

During the event, Biden appeared on stage with First Lady Jill Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff. Harris said, “Happy 4th of July, everyone! Happy Independence Day! And today as we celebrate freedom, as we celebrate the promise of America, we also celebrate and express our gratitude to our service members, to our veterans, to our military families.”

She continued, “And we give thanks to our commander-in-chief, the vi– the president of the United States, the extraordinary president of the United States, Joe Biden!”

Biden then exclaimed, “Ho, ho, ho! Happy Independence Day!” before declaring:

“We gotta do what our founders did, show the world we’re a nation of dignity, honor, and just devotion to one another. This is– no, I really mean it. Folks, it’s all about democracy, it’s all about freedom, it’s all about who we are. We’re the United States of America and nothing like it exists in the world! Happy 4th of July, enjoy the fireworks! God love you all!”

Emhoff, Harris, and the First Lady left the stage while Biden followed behind, eventually leaving him alone to slowly walk across the stage.

After a brief moment, during which Biden seemed disoriented, he descended the platform stairs and interacted with the audience.

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