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Biden’s media allies want to talk about Trump’s cognitive issues

28 January 2024

2:32 AM

28 January 2024

2:32 AM

As another Trump presidency starts to look more likely, the incessant conversations about age are bubbling back up.

Roundtable discussions about “cognitive capabilities” took a hiatus over the last few years in the mainstream press, as a slow-jogging, hair-sniffing, Joe Biden restored normalcy to the White House.

Normalcy, for those who haven’t been paying attention, looks like said octogenarian falling up the stairs of Air Force One, falling asleep at COP26, forgetting the names of his own cabinet members and of course, being escorted around the White House lawn by the Easter Bunny.

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