Biden’s test results came back and they’re worse than you think

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Joe Biden has been catching flak for his constant gaffes and mental missteps. Now it’s all coming crashing down.

Because Biden’s test results came back and they’re worse than you think.

Concerns over President Joe Biden’s age as he seeks re-election appear to be growing, with the release of a new survey following a special counsel investigation that concluded the commander-in-chief had memory issues.

According to an Ipsos poll released on Sunday, 86 percent of adults believe Biden, who is 81, is too old to serve a second term in the White House.

ABC News commented on the data, noting that the amount is a double-digit increase from its September survey with The Washington Post, which revealed that 74% of Americans thought Biden was too old, a 6-point increase since May.

According to the report, 73% of Democrats and 91% of independents believe Biden is too old to serve another term.

Interviews for the newest survey were conducted on Friday and Saturday, with 528 adults participating and a margin of error of plus-or-minus 4.5 percentage points at the 95% confidence level, according to Ipsos.

The poll was conducted following the release of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report on Thursday, which condemned Biden’s handling of sensitive documents.

Although Hur did not recommend prosecution, the study stated that Biden had memory issues that would likely prevent a jury from convicting him.

Already the oldest president, Biden would be 86 when his second term ends.

Biden’s tendency to lose his line of thought when speaking, as well as times captured on tape where he tripped or fell over, have raised concerns about his capacity to lead successfully.

Biden responded to Hur’s claim with an impromptu press conference, insisting that his memory is “fine” and mixing up foreign leaders.

According to a recent Ipsos poll, former President Donald Trump, the 77-year-old Republican favorite in the 2024 presidential race, is less concerned about his age.

The findings revealed that 62% of Americans believe Trump is too elderly to serve a second term.

ABC News reported that 35% of Republicans and 71% of independents believe Trump is too old to run for another term.

Furthermore, 59% of respondents believe Biden and Trump are both too old to serve a second term.

Nikki Haley, 52, who is also competing for the Republican presidential nomination, began her campaign last February by advocating for mandatory mental fitness testing for legislators above 75 years of age.

In a pitch to people who are anticipating a hypothetical 2020 rematch between Trump and Biden, Haley has referred to them as “grumpy old men.”

Last year, 70-year-old independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. used recordings of himself bench pressing and doing pushups to demonstrate his physical health.

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