I know I’m not young but… Biden spoke on his poor performance in the debate against Trump

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“I know what it takes to stand up to Putin and unite the world to defend freedom. I wouldn’t run again if I didn’t believe with all my heart and soul that I could do the job,” Biden said.

US President Joe Biden on Friday acknowledged his advancing age and poor performance in the first presidential debate against his predecessor Donald Trump. His unstable and faltering answers have raised concerns among Democrats about a possible defeat in the November elections. He said that his intention was to take the lead in the debate. Biden said in a rally a day after his performance, “I know I am not a young man.” When the crowd raised slogans of four more years, Biden said that I do not walk as easily as before, I do not speak as smoothly as before, I do not argue like before. I know right and wrong. I know how to do work.

Biden said that I know what it will take to stand up against Putin and unite the world to defend freedom. I would not run again if I did not believe with all my heart and soul that I could do this job. Biden gave a tremendous performance in the presidential debate. He faltered while advocating his administration’s steps and policy initiatives and it appeared that his thinking was lost at some points. Although his aides claimed that this was the result of cold, Trump took a dig at it during the debate, which became a topic of discussion on social media.

The first presidential debate ahead of the November elections was widely regarded as a defeat for the president, as 67 percent of registered viewers watching the debate on CNN voted that Trump outperformed Biden. The president’s performance has raised concerns that he may not be fit for another four-year term and some Democrats are now even considering replacing him as their nominee.

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