White House Press Secretary Refuses To Deny Biden Saw Doctor After Fall

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refused to deny whether or not President Joe Biden saw a doctor after his fall on the steps of Air Force One last week.

“He’s 100% fine,” Psaki responded when she was asked a question concerning whether Biden is “doing okay” following his tumble. “I don’t know if you’ve been up those steps. They’re a little tricky sometimes, but he’s doing great.”

“He’s 100% fine,” Psaki replied to a question regarding whether Biden is “doing okay” following his stumble. “I don’t know if you’ve been up those steps. They’re a little tricky sometimes, but he’s doing great.”

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via Daily Wire:

Asked whether Biden had to see a doctor because of it, Psaki looked up and said, “Um, I’m not aware of that being required. There’s of course a doctor who travels with the president, any president of the United States. But, um, I’m not aware of it needing, uh, actual extensive medical attention.”

When another reporter pressed Psaki to clarify if the answer to the question was “no,” she said, “Was it no? Well, I’m not trying to be, there’s a doctor who travels with him. He was walking around as you all saw by the end of the day. So I’m trying to be completely transparent. He’s absolutely fine, as he was on Friday, was this weekend. He spent the weekend at Camp David.”

This latest incident by Biden comes just a few months after he fractured his foot while playing with his dog. It’s really got the rumor mill spinning as it seems to add evidence to the ever growing pile that exists, that perhaps, the president is suffering from mental decline and thus is not fit to be serving in office.

Is that true?

Well, it doesn’t look good when combined with the fact the man can’t seem to ever remember even the simplest things and appears to be in a constant state of confusion.

Guess we’ll find out sooner or later.

 


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