The oldest president in history, eighty-year-old Joe Biden has been declared healthy and “fit for duty” after undergoing a thorough physical examination this week, which included the removal of several lesions from his chest. White House physician Kevin O’Connor reported that the president is still able to carry out all of his duties without any exemptions or accommodations.
Personally, I tend to believe that no matter what would have been wrong with Biden, the physician would have said the same thing. You know that there is corruption there as well.
A small lesion was excised from Joe Biden’s chest and sent for traditional biopsy, but no cognitive test was performed due to the fact that he does not appear to be suffering from symptoms linked with “long COVID” and his stiff gait has not deteriorated since his last checkup in November 2021.
During the physical examination, several skin growths on the president’s face and head were also treated with liquid nitrogen in order to have them removed. As time passes and Joe Biden approaches announcing his 2024 candidacy, many Americans have become increasingly concerned about his cognition abilities due to his elderly age. If he were to run for re-election and secure a second term, history would be made as he would stand out as the oldest president in U.S. history who has served two consecutive terms in office.
The exam was closely watched as Biden prepares for his expected run for a second term in 2024. The summary said Biden did not have any “long COVID” symptoms and that his stiff gait has not worsened since his last exam in November 2021.
Biden takes the statin Crestor to keep his cholesterol levels low, an anti-coagulant in response to atrial fibrillation that remains asymptomatic and medication to treaty seasonal allergies and acid reflux, the summary said.
The summary found that Biden’s weight had dropped six pounds, from 184 pounds in 2021 to 178. His body mass index was at 24.1 compared to 25.0 in 2021, and his blood pressure was at 126/78 compared to 120/70 in 2021.
When asked about this by reporters, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded by affirming that Joe Biden works day in and day out with a very demanding schedule while managing to deliver results consistently. In addition, recent polls conducted by Reuters/Ipsos show that most American citizens agree with Karine Jean-Pierre’s statement; three-quarters of Americans surveyed said that they believe Joe Biden is too old to work in government while half of Democrat respondents acknowledged that despite remaining mentally sharp, he cannot manage the physical toll of the position of presidency anymore due to his advanced age.