How Healthy Is Joe Biden?

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President-elect Joe Biden just twisted his ankle while playing with his dog, Major. And while we may think that he’s not in tip-top shape considering his age (78), according to a 2019 medical assessment that was released by his doctor, it appears that Joe Biden is ‘quite healthy.’

The medical report goes even further, saying that Joe Biden is ‘vigorous and fit to be president.’ However, approximately 40 percent of American adults think that Joe Biden has ‘some form of dementia.’ So, all-in-one… how healthy is Joe Biden? What’s your opinion?

With that in mind, let’s take a closer look at Joe Biden’s health.

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3 thoughts on “How Healthy Is Joe Biden?”

    1. Biden is too old to be the president. Just a couple of weeks before the election he said at a rally he was a proud Democrat running for the US Senate. He forgot he was running for president. He gets ornery if someone asks him a question and he doesn’t like it. He has a hard time finishing a sentence without getting confused and he will make bad decisions that will hurt our country severely. He is absolutely showing signs of Alzheimer’s and should not be allowed to be our president. To most people in America Biden will never be our president.

  1. Joe Biden can’t make decisions for himself much less the country. Physically he might be alright but mentally he’s not and it’s so obvious.

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