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Biden Tells Democrats He Needs To Sleep More, Work Less: ‘It’s Just My Brain’

Last Updated 2 weeks by Amnon J. Jobi | Amnon Front Page

President Joe Biden told Democrat governors this week that he needs to be sleeping more, working less, and needs to stop doing events at night after his embarrassing showing during last week’s presidential debate.

The New York Times reported that Biden acknowledged to the governors that he was having fatigue issues — a stark contradiction to White House staffers’ claims in recent days as they seek to quell forces from inside the party that are trying to push him out as polls show former President Donald Trump with a commanding lead over him and the overwhelming majority of voters believe that he is “too old” to be president.

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Biden told the governors that he was staying in the race as he blamed his poor debate performance on trips that he took weeks prior to the debate.

“Biden said that he told his staff he needed to get more sleep,” the report said. “He repeatedly referenced pushing too hard and not listening to his team about his schedule, and said he needed to work fewer hours and avoid events after 8 p.m.”

Hawaii Governor Josh Green, a physician, reportedly asked Biden specific questions about his health, to which Biden claimed that he was mostly fine before telling the governors: “It’s just my brain.”

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The Biden campaign claimed that the president was “clearly making a joke” about his brain even though there has been widespread speculation that Biden is suffering from some form of dementia or Parkinson’s disease.

In the week prior to the debate, Biden was on vacation at Camp David where he prepared every day by taking naps and never starting debate prep before 11 a.m.

When asked during the White House press briefing on Wednesday whether Biden takes naps every afternoon, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to answer the question.

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