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 February 3, 2023

White House responds to backlash over delay in Joe Biden's physical exam results

The White House has seemingly buckled to intense pressure over the strange delay of President Joe Biden's physical exam and results. 

According to the Washington Times, in the wake of an increasing number of questions asked regarding why Biden's exam results were not yet available, the White House blamed the situation on scheduling issues.

Reporters questioned White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre this week about the results, especially as Biden seems to be committing more embarrassing gaffes than ever.

The White House previously promised his physical exam results before the end of 2022.

Jean-Pierre played off reporters' questions about the delayed physical exam results as if it were nothing more than a routine scheduling conflict because, according to her, Biden has been "incredibly busy."

“I know folks were wondering why it hasn’t happened yet. This was literally a matter of scheduling around what has been an incredibly busy schedule for the president the past several months."

Biden has definitely been incredibly busy taking trips to his Delaware beach home, we do know that.

In the results of his 2021 physical exam, his physician certified that Biden was fit to continue being the president.

Hopefully, this time around, they use a doctor that will tell the truth regarding both Biden's physical and cognitive health.

The delay in Biden's physical exam results also comes at the same time there has been increased talk of his potential 2024 run. We can see what 80-year-old Biden is like. One can only imagine how bad it will get as he hits his mid-80s.

While he's suggested that he will run, a formal announcement isn't expected until at least after the upcoming State of the Union address next week. But physical health plays a massive role in running a presidential campaign, which is easily the most grueling gig in politics.

Can a reasonable, honest person look at Joe Biden right now and say he has the physical endurance and cognitive stamina to run a campaign in 2024 and then possibly be the president for another four years?

Anyone who answers anything but "no" to that is lying. And shame on Biden's family for even suggesting the possibility that he would have what it takes to make another run.

Written By:
Ryan Ledendecker

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