Biden reportedly ditches Oval Office press scrums because there’s no teleprompter

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As Americans become increasingly concerned over President Joe Biden’s gaffes and mental acuity, a report has surfaced claiming that he has largely abandoned press events in the Oval Office because it can’t be permanently equipped with a teleprompter.

Democrats are worried that Biden simply isn’t capable of running for reelection against former President Donald Trump in 2024, Politico noted.

Reporters Jonathan Lemire and Meredith McGraw revealed the details in a report on the upcoming 2024 presidential election.

Leftists have claimed from the onset that Biden needs a teleprompter due to his stutter. But many Americans wonder if it is actually due to his having memory and cognitive issues.

Biden is now 79-years-old. If he runs for reelection, he will be 81-years-old. Trump is currently 75 and will be 77 at the time of the next election. The primary difference is Trump is far more spry and quick-witted than Biden is. In other words, many voters see Biden as old and in decline but that’s not the case with Trump.

“During the 2020 campaign, there was some idle chatter in Biden’s campaign of making a one-term pledge, becoming a ‘transitional’ president who would rid the nation of Trump and then usher in a new era of Democratic leaders. But those ideas were dismissed even before Biden took the oath of office,” Lemire and McGraw noted. “Still, some allies and Democrats privately worry that Biden may not be able to handle the rigors of another campaign.”

“A bone he broke in his foot while playing with his dog in late November 2020 still occasionally bothers Biden, resulting in a slower and shorter gait. And the White House has largely abandoned using the Oval Office for press events in part because it can’t be permanently equipped with a teleprompter; Biden aides prefer the fake White House stage built in the Old Executive Office Building next door for events, sacrificing some of the power of the historic backdrop in favor of an otherwise sterile room that was outfitted with an easily read teleprompter screen,” the reporters asserted.

“And if Biden were to run again in 2024, it almost certainly would be a more rigorous campaign than the one he previously mounted. The outbreak of Covid kept Biden in his Delaware home for much of the 2020 general election campaign, sparing him the wear and tear of relentless travel,” they continued, referring to Biden’s notable absence in the public eye during the last presidential campaign.

“As for Trump, the issues are not related to physical health so much as psychological conditioning. He wants to run, those who know him say, but wants to be sure he will win,” the Politico piece contends.

“I always said that he would run if Biden is under 44 or 43 [percent] but if Biden is at 46, 47, he will pass,” Bryan Lanza, who is a GOP strategist and former Trump campaign official, stated. “Right now he is at 41 so I have to say yes right now — there has to be a dramatic turning out in Biden numbers for him to pass.”

Biden’s gaffes and his reliance on a teleprompter seem to be increasing which reflects badly on him as a leader and as a potential presidential candidate. Even leftist media outlets have taken note of it recently.

It is evident that the Republican nomination for the 2024 presidential campaign is Trump’s for the taking. Biden’s nomination is still very much in question, however.


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