NY TIMES: Aides Concerned Biden Now ‘Shuffles’ Around White House, Delays Middle East Trip to ‘Rest’

A report from the New York Times is shedding more light on the health of President Biden, with top aides telling journalists the Commander-in-Chief now appears to “shuffle” around the White House where he could soon injure himself.

“I do feel it’s inappropriate to seek that office after you’re 80 or in your 80s,” said David Gergen, a top adviser to multiple presidents. “I have just turned 80 and I have found over the last two or three years I think it would have been unwise for me to try to run any organization. You’re not quite as sharp as you once were.”

The White House vehemently denies any problem with Biden’s health.

“President Biden works every day and because chief executives can perform their duties from anywhere in the world, it has long been common for them to spend weekends away from the White House,” Andrew Bates, a deputy press secretary, said.

Read the full report at the New York Times.