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The former Vice-President Joe Biden is brain-surgeon insisted that his decades-long patient is in good health, claiming he had no brain damage as a chain of gaffes have put the observer in question, his mental sharpness.
“He’s as sharp as he was, 31 years ago. I have not seen any change,” Dr. Neal, From, said, according to Politico on Tuesday. From the aneurysms before Biden for brain treated and monitored him.for brain damage since his operations
“I can say with absolute certainty that he has no brain damage, either from bleeding or from the surgeries he had,” From. “There was no damage.”
From added, he would vote for the candidate, “I am absolutely sure, has a brain that works. And it narrowed down to exactly one.”
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For weeks, Biden has faced a flood of attention surrounding the verbal slip-up that some have claimed, were often about his political term of office. For example, Biden, to support “the truth of the facts” and wrongly, that two high-profile mass shootings in August, were claimed to be given in Michigan and Houston. Biden quickly corrected himself, saying the shootings occurred in the El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.
President Trump, has slip-UPS from some of the verbal, however, highlighted the Problem when he asked his Twitter followers whether anyone actually believed that the former Vice-President was to serve “mentally fit” to, as commander-in-chief.
When asked about the gaffes, a senior Biden adviser to these concerns in the context of a “press story pointed.”
But the derailments appeared to raise enough concerns that the allies of the former Vice-President suggested that he would scale back the number of events, which he did, on the election campaign. David Axelrod, a former adviser to President Obama, the devastated, the advice, arguing on Thursday that he will not be monastic as a presidential candidate.
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“This is bad advice. You can not monastery of the candidate and won,” tweeted Axelrod, who served alongside Biden during the Obama years.
“He can either cut, or he can’t, and the only way he can prove that he can do it, is an active and powerful candidates. He is running for President of the United States, for God’s sake!”
Axelrod previously questioned resistance to Biden is “on” when the former Vice President reversed his longstanding position on the Hyde Amendment, which blocks Federal funding for most abortions.