Texas Republican Representative Ronny Jackson, a former White House doctor, believes President Biden’s press conference performance raises questions about his suitability for office.
The Texas congressman told Fox News on Friday that Biden’s behavior at his first solo press conference on Thursday – which took place 64 days after taking office – “should be of concern to all Americans who want to know that their president is fit for duty and in charge “.
“The President of the United States was armed with a picture book of friendly reporters to call and with what appeared to be answers prepared, but he could still barely get through his first press conference,” Jackson said.
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“If President Biden can’t answer questions from his White House cheerleaders, then it’s worrying to think about how he represents the American people when addressing foreign leaders “, continued the former doctor of the White House.
“Politics aside, this should apply to all Americans who want to know their president is fit for duty and for control.”
Biden, 78, tripped several times and fell aboard Air Force One last week. White House press secretary Jen Psaki later dodged questions about whether the president had been examined by a doctor after the fall.
The president was caught in photos appearing to use “cheat sheets” during his first press conference, photos have revealed.
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Only 25 journalists were allowed to attend the press conference, and only a certain number of journalists were called to answer their questions.
Biden has drawn criticism after snubbing Fox News from asking questions while appearing to pick reporters from a pre-selected list.
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