A recent NBC News poll stated that 76% of American voters have “major or moderate concerns” about President Joe Biden remaining in office for a second term, given his physical and mental decline.
Shockingly, over half of these voters (54%) were democrats.
Meanwhile, 24% of voters reported minor, or no concerns at all regarding Biden’s mental and physical health.
It’s also reported in the poll that 59% of voters have concerns relating to Biden’s association with his son, Hunter Biden, and his involvement with “financial wrongdoings.”
Biden mistakes political leaders name while defending his memory
On Thursday, the President was given a rare few minutes to take real questions from journalists in what many speculated was a deliberate attempt from the Biden administration to distract Americans from Tucker Carlson’s historic interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
One reporter asked Biden “how bad is your memory, and can you continue as president?”
Biden replied with “My memory is so bad, I let you speak.”
Another reporter questioned if his memory has gotten worse, and Biden stated “my memory is fine… take a look at what i’ve done since I’ve become president.”
Biden later went on to claim that he’s “the most qualified person in this country to be president of the United States.”
Shortly after defending his poor memory, Biden referred to the Egyptian President El-Sisi, as the President of Mexico.
“As you know, initially, the president of Mexico Sisi [sic] did not want to open up the gate to allow humanitarian material to get in [to Gaza]. I talked to him. I convinced him to open the gate,” Biden said.
Biden has confused the names of world leaders three times this week.
On Sunday, he claimed to meet with French President Francois Mitterrand, who died in 1996 and on Wednesday he claimed he spoke with the German Chancellor Helmut Kohl who died in 2017.