Joe Biden is 'no longer capable,' neurologist says

Joe Biden is 'no longer capable,' neurologist says

Normally cautious when it comes time to comment on Joe Biden's presence, Drs Julian Kavanagh, an assistant professor of neurology at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, did not mince his words on Friday to qualify the Democratic president's performance during Thursday night's debate.

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“I saw a president who was undoubtedly at his worst. He was soft-spoken, he could not show his voice, he was soft even though we knew he had this legendary smile, this way of communicating non-verbally with his audience. There, we no longer saw his facial expressions.” I found that he was slow, that is, his thinking was slow and disjointed, and that at many moments he was unable to finish his argument and get to the end of what the neurologist was saying in the LCN interview.

The latter monitored several moments in which the American president uttered meaningless sentences and expressed justifications that were difficult, if not impossible, to follow.

One thing is certain, the neurologist is raising serious questions about Joe Biden's health and ability to lead the United States.

“There, it is still urgent to point out that this performance, which lasted more than 90 minutes, without resumption, is a disaster, I think that today, with what I see, the President of the United States is no longer capable”, declares the specialist.

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Drs Kavanagh says he and several of his colleagues vigorously discussed Mr. Biden's health on Friday morning.

“If one of my fellow doctors was like this in front of patients, we would go to the hospital hierarchy and say: He is no longer able to practice the profession, he is no longer able to see patients, or in any case, [lui] You have to take it seriously. break», refers to the neurologist.

To watch the full interview, watch the video above.

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