Joe Biden Heads to Walter Reed Hospital for Annual Physical Examination

President Joe Biden, 81, who the special counsel described as an “elderly man with poor memory,” said Wednesday that he plans to go to Walter Reed Army Medical Center for an annual medical exam.

It is unclear whether Mr. Biden will take a cognitive test or whether the results will be released to the public.

“I’m going to Walter Reed for a medical exam,” he told reporters.

Biden’s physical exam last year revealed that the president had a stiff gait and suffered from nerve damage in his legs.

According to the Cleveland Clinic, “A neuropathy is any condition that affects the nerves outside the brain or spinal cord.”

The neurological disorder may be a contributing factor to Biden’s ability to remain upright. Biden stumbled, stumbled, stumbled at least five times in 2023.

U.S. President Joe Biden (right) salutes on the South Lawn of the White House before boarding Marine One on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 in Washington, DC, USA. Biden said he was undergoing regular medical examinations during the period. During the election season, voters have expressed concerns about his age and fitness to serve a second term.Photographer: Yuri Gripas/Abaka/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Biden’s physical health has been overshadowed by questions about his mental health. Special Counsel Robert Hur described the president as an “old man with a bad memory” in his report on the Biden classified documents scandal.

  • Hoare said Biden is not competent to stand trial for exfiltrating classified documents.
  • Hoar said he can’t remember simple facts about his life, such as when Biden was vice president or when his son Beau died.

Establishment media figures have claimed that the president’s health condition is “serious” and that any speculation to the contrary is “age discrimination” and a conspiracy theory by “right-wing media,” and that Biden has a “deteriorating memory.” defended.

A Quinnipiac poll conducted last week found that about 67% of voters think Biden is too old to serve a second term. The survey asked voters whether Biden was physically and mentally strong enough to serve a second term.

  • Physical fitness: 35% said yes, 62% said no
  • Mental fitness: 34% said yes, 64% said no

Wendell Husebo is a political reporter for Breitbart News and a former Republican war room analyst.he is the author of politics of slave morality.Follow Wendell “X” @WendellHusebø or society of truth @WendellHusebo.



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