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Biden gaffes, stumbles and fitness for office under fire in the new Trump campaign video

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A new video of President Trump, paired with the re-election campaign, takes a big swipe at the former Vice-President Joe Biden’s fitness for office, spotlighting clips of his recent gaffes and other verbal gaffes, with plenty of clips from experts to question its readiness.

The web video tweeted Tuesday morning by the campaign manager Brad Parscale and shared first with Fox News, sewed everything together, from his recent debate stage, muses about the “record-Player”, to his statement that “the poor children” are just as gifted as “white kids.” Interspersed with clips of the 76-year-old Biden’s comments are those of experts wonder about its stalled, trembling, mental and physical endurance, whether he’s “lost a step” and whether he’s “equipped for a very strenuous campaign.”

BIDEN, THE AGE, THE MEMORY COME UNDER ATTACK ON THE DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE

The former Vice President’s age and mental capacity have been called into question since he launched his 2020 presidential campaign in late April. Last week, the front-runner in the democratic nomination race in the face of repeated attacks from rivals on his memory.

Former housing Secretary Julian Castro, who served in the Obama administration, with Biden, landed the lowest blow when he stole it from Biden memory — accusing him of contradicting himself, whether the Americans would have to buy into his health care plan.

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“You just said two minutes ago, you would have to buy. You will forget what you said two minutes ago?” Castro asked, in what seemed to be a reference to past senior moments from Biden.

In this case, as the Biden campaign later noted, Castro was wrong. Biden said during the debate that people would have to buy. Instead, he said, the people would automatically be enrolled, if they lost their jobs.

But has Biden drawn criticism for other trips. And another rival, Sen. Cory Booker from New Jersey, supported Castro after the debate and questions about Biden to carry the ability of the banner for the Democrats in 2020.

“I think we are at a difficult point, because there are a lot of people are concerned about Joe Biden’s ability to carry the ball all the way across the end line without fumbling,” Booker told CNN in an interview. “And I think that Castro really had legitimate concerns, can be to call the he has someone in a long, grueling campaign… and every right.”

A clip of Booker interview appears in the Trump campaign video.

The jabs of some of his mid – and lower tier opponents are concerned that Biden – if he wins the nomination-would be weakened for the General election showdown against Trump.

Biden is far from the only candidate, where the age is a Problem. The President is 72 and sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont, another top-tier Democratic presidential candidates – 77. Another top Democratic White house rival, Sen. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts, is 70. But bear in mind because of their age, were less of a factor.

There is no digital display to buy in connection with the video yet, but the campaign has not ruled out a from.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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