Bidenworld Braces For 2024 Criticism of Age, Mental Abilities, Gaffes Galore

President Joe Biden is expected to launch his 2024 re-election bid in the coming weeks, and his allies are uncertain that the 80-year-old is up to the task. Since he stumbled out of his basement and into the White House two years ago, Biden’s age and declining mental fitness have been increasingly difficult to shrug off. According to a new report, his staffers are bracing for impact as they prepare for round two.

“It’s really going to put the president to the test,” said one Democratic strategist in a recent report by The Hill. “Campaign travel is brutal for all of us, but he has to travel from place to place and be at the top of his game at every stop because he’ll be scrutinized more than any other recent candidate.”

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“[Republicans] are already making age and mental acuity part of their argument,” he added, noting Biden’s repeated difficulties climbing the Air Force One steps. He also referenced Biden falling off of his bike near his Delaware home last year, an incident that received widespread coverage in conservative media.

“They’re going to be looking for anything to show he’s not up for the job and because he’ll be on the road a lot, there will inevitably be some moments,” the strategist told The Hill.

Biden is the oldest President ever inaugurated, having taken the oath of office at 78 years old. In the two years he has occupied the White House, the news cycle has been populated with one gaffe after another. Although supporters defend the President as having a speech impediment, critics have noted Biden’s increasing difficulty speaking in recent years, often trailing off mid-sentence and speaking in gibberish.

“The more he’s out there, the more likely he is to make a gaffe,” another Democratic strategist told The Hill.

In the report, Biden’s allies were brutally honest about their 2020 election strategy and admitted to keeping the elderly candidate out of the public eye as much as possible. The campaign reportedly took advantage of the social distancing recommendations of the pandemic to keep Biden in his basement, directing him to reach out to voters via webcam. The strategy paid off.

Democrat strategists say that trick is unlikely to work a second time.

A March 2023 Yahoo News/YouGov poll of likely voters shows that Biden’s age has become a growing problem for voters. According to the survey, 68 percent of voters say Biden is “too old for another term.” Forty-eight percent of Democrat voters believe the President’s advanced age will be an issue for him on the campaign trail.

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According to a Yahoo News report, Biden averaged around one gaffe every two days in January as he sought to deflect attention away from his classified documents scandal.

The following month, he proudly boasted in front of the camera that “more than half the women” in his administration “are women.”

In February, he again tripped walking up the steps to Air Force One and almost wiped out again in March.

This month, he faced criticism for laughing during a speech about a mother who lost her children to the fentanyl epidemic,

“I should digress, probably, I’ve read, she, she was very specific recently, saying that a mom, a poor mother who lost two kids to fentanyl, that, that I killed her sons. Well, the interesting thing is that fentanyl they took came during the last administration.”

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