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Biden Snaps at Reporter When Confronted About Age

President Joe Biden was recorded in a poll after addressing the nation about the special counsel’s report that found that Biden “intentionally retained and disclosed classified material after becoming vice president.” As a former president, he lashed out at a reporter who raised concerns Americans have about his age.

After giving a short speech, Biden began answering questions from reporters, who focused on his age and memory. One reporter raised concerns about Biden’s age, angering him.

“Mr. President, for months, when asked how old you were, you answered, ‘Look at me,'” she said, prompting Biden from the podium to say, “Look at me.” I asked.

“Many Americans are watching and expressing concern about your age,” she followed.

“That’s your decision! That’s your decision,” the president interjected, frowning and pointing. “That’s not a news organization’s decision.”

“They express concerns about your mental strength and say you’re too old. Mr. President, in December you told me, ‘There are other Democrats who can defeat Donald Trump. There are so many,’ so why does it have to be you now?” she shot back.

“Because I am the best person in this country to be president of the United States and to finish the job I started,” he answered.

As the reporter noted, Americans’ concerns about Biden’s age and mental acuity are well documented.Harvard University and Harris Poll published In late January, 63% of 2,346 registered voters surveyed had “questions about his fitness to serve as president,” and nearly 70% said he was “too old” for the office. It turned out that the answer was

Most recently, in a report published Tuesday by NBC News, the network’s Mark Murray said, “Three-quarters of voters, including half of Democrats, say they are concerned about President Joe Biden’s physical and mental health. “There is,” the report said. report.

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