President Biden turned 80 this past weekend, so it’s almost time for his annual physical. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre assured the press that the POTUS is “in good health and maintains an active lifestyle.” The president’s annual physical will come again soon, and the results will be released to the public as usual.
After some initial confusion over Biden’s last scheduled physical check-up, the White House released a six-page letter from his physician providing details of Biden’s medical condition. Dr. Kevin O’Connor assured the public at that time the 79-year-old POTUS was perfectly fit for duty. Last year’s report did mention that Biden had experienced more acid reflux and ambulatory gait.
Dr. O’Conner had to provide further updates throughout the year when the president contracted Covid. He experienced an original bout of the virus and a rebound case. Some questioned whether Biden was fit for duty when he had COVID.
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Jean-Pierre also addressed a question from the press about releasing the information before making future political plans. The press is trying to gain insight into the president’s private conversation with Al Sharpton only last month. During the discussion with Sharpton, the president allegedly shared that he plans to seek a second term for office and run for president again in 2024.
As for his current health status, Biden has not scheduled his annual checkup. Jean-Pierre added in her statement that there is no timeline to give, but the information will be provided just as it was last year. The physical is likely to occur in the next couple of months.
In July, Breitbart called out the mainstream leftist media saying they had “buyer’s remorse over Joe Biden.” At the time, the press questioned Biden directly about his health on a live stream camera feed. Reporters started shouting questions at the president amid his case of the coronavirus. The POTUS flashed a thumbs-up at the reporters before the live feed abruptly ended.