According to a Harris poll, a majority of Americans believe that President Joe Biden is not qualified to be president and question his mental capacity.
“Doubts” about Biden’s mental ability were expressed by 53% of respondents. Because he is too old, 62% of respondents believe Biden is not qualified to be president.
Among Independents, a plurality was concerned about Biden’s mental acuity (34-20 percent). Twelve percent of Democrats shared the same concerns regarding Biden’s ability to command. The president is mentally healthy, according to 63% of Democrats.
Biden is 79 years old, but he has stated that he will seek re-election in 2024. Biden supposedly informed Barack Obama that he intended to run because he believed himself to be the only Democrat who might defeat Donald Trump.
Biden leads a prospective primary according to the Harris poll, with 37% support against Kamala Harris (14%), Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) (9%), and Hillary Clinton (7%).
The decision by Joe Biden to seek the presidency in 2024 follows a string of recent films that depict the President as confused and disoriented. On Monday after Easter Sunday, President Biden had to be led away from a crowd by an Easter Bunny.
That same day, First Lady Jill Biden reminded her husband to wave at the crowd during an Easter event on a hot mic.
Last week, a video surfaced showing Biden turning around after a speech and not knowing which way to go. During his address, Biden had problems clearly expressing his thoughts.
This week, following his reelection in Paris, President Emmanuel Macron ignored Biden’s congratulations call.
In January, Biden was asked why he thought the majority of people disagreed with the idea that Joe Biden is “mentally healthy.”
“I have no clue,” Biden said.
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