The White House has Adjusted President Biden's Daily Schedule To Help Him

Tom Handy
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Since President Joe Biden made the announcement he was running for re-election, this has brought a lot of concern about his age. Biden is already the oldest president serving in office at the age of 80.

The news media routinely reports about President Biden and the slips he makes such as when he fell at the Air Force Academy graduation a week ago. When the president falls that makes big headlines.

So this brings into question the age of Joe Biden as he makes a run for a second term in office.

People who work closely with the president, have adjusted the schedule for Biden.

The New York Times reported that the White House tries to leave President Biden alone on the weekends. The president still takes phone calls as needed since the world continues to run.

A Democrat who wanted to remain anonymous said:

"At a small dinner earlier this year of former Democratic senators and governors, all of them in Mr. Biden’s generation, everyone at the table agreed he was too old to run again. Local leaders often call the White House to inquire about his health."

In April, Axios reported:

“Some White House officials say it’s difficult to schedule public or private events with the president in the morning, in the evening, or on weekends: The vast majority of Biden’s public events happen on weekdays, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.”

When President Biden was asked about his age he said:

"With regard to age, I can't even say – I guess, how old I am – I can't even say the number. It doesn't register with me."

President Biden has faired well in office so do you think he deserves a second term?

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