The Vice President of the United States, Kamala Harris, has declared herself fit to govern, amid criticism against the President of the United States, Joe Biden, for his continued lapses, particularly after a report on his retention of classified documents portrayed him as old. The man “with a bad memory.”
“I’m ready to govern. There’s no doubt about it,” Harris said last week in an interview with The Wall Street Journal on the president’s plane, Air Force Two, but this was published Monday.
Harris reiterated that everyone who knows how he works is “informed” about his leadership “ability” in an interview that special counsel Robert Hare concluded in a report that Biden’s memory is “significantly limited.”
Although the special prosecutor declined to file charges against Biden over the withholding of classified documents, the White House accused him of “inappropriate and inappropriate” criticism of the 81-year-old president’s mental acuity.
After the release of the report, Biden said at a press conference that his memory was “good”, although shortly afterwards he again sparked criticism of the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, along with the Egyptian president, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. his health.
Harris himself said in statements to the press that Hurr’s comments, particularly about the date of his son Beau’s death, were “inexperienced, inaccurate and inappropriate”. “When it comes to the role and responsibility of the prosecutor in such a situation, we should expect a higher level of integrity than what we have seen,” he said.
According to an ABC News/Ipsos poll conducted between February 9 and 10, more than half of Americans surveyed believe both Biden and his predecessor Donald Trump are too old to run for the White House again as they already did in 2020.
In particular, 59 percent of those surveyed conclude that both Trump and Biden are no longer qualified to lead the country, due to age, although on a personal level and in the specific case of Biden, the percentage is clearly a majority: 86 percent believe that he should be president of the country again. For many are old, while 62 percent believe that a businessman should not hold this position.