President Biden is tired, needs more sleep, said- I will not be able to work after 8 pm,

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His faltering performance in last month’s presidential debate was severely criticized by critics. During the debate, Joe Biden fell asleep while speaking and his voice began to falter.

US President and Democratic Party leader Joe Biden has admitted that his health is not good due to age and he needs adequate sleep and rest. Joe Biden said in a meeting of Democratic governors that he needs to sleep more and work fewer hours. He is getting tired quickly. Along with this, Biden said that he does not want to do any work after 8 pm. According to the New York Times, this was said during a meeting. The purpose of this meeting was to reassure more than two dozen important supporters about his continued commitment to his role and his readiness to join a vigorous campaign against Republican rival Donald Trump.

His faltering performance in last month’s presidential debate was heavily criticized by critics. During the debate, Joe Biden fell asleep while speaking and his voice began to falter. Despite these concerns, Biden said during his meeting with governors that he is determined to stay in the presidential race. Citing sources, the report said that Biden has blamed his extensive international travels for his recent performance issues. He said that a major reason for this is that he had returned from a visit to several countries in Europe a few days ago and was very tired. Therefore, he was not fully mentally prepared for the debate.

visits to the meetingNo, Biden joked about his health, saying I’m fine – I don’t know about my brain, though. His campaign chair, Jen O’Malley Dillon, later clarified that he was joking. Despite some governors’ private concerns about Biden continuing his campaign, none directly suggested he should drop out of the race. However, on another occasion Biden reportedly admitted to aides that he knew he wouldn’t be able to save his candidacy for a second term if he couldn’t demonstrate his abilities to voters after the debate.

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