Attorney General Merrick Garland: ‘I Have Complete Confidence in the President — He Has No Impairment’ – EVOL

Attorney General Merrick Garland defended President Joe Biden, 81, asserting on Tuesday that he “has no impairment.”

During his testimony before a House appropriations subcommittee, Garland affirmed that “the president has no impairment” as he personally “watched” Biden conducting meetings.

“I have watched him expertly guide meetings of staff and of cabinet members on issues of foreign affairs and military strategy and policy,” he said.

“I have complete confidence in the president,” he added.

Yet, about one-third of Democrats doubt Biden’s mental fitness, a Harvard/Harris survey recently found.

Another poll revealed that 82 percent of Americans harbor concerns about his physical and mental health.

Only about one-quarter of voters say Biden is physically or mentally fit to serve a second term, Quinnipiac found.

Special Counsel Robert Hurt characterized Biden as “an elderly man with a poor memory” in his report on the classified document scandal.

In his interview with Hur, the president experienced mental lapses and demonstrated “poor memory” at least seven times, according to the transcript.

Last week, Biden made the case for his reelection, arguing he is ready for four more years because “I’m in the 20th century,” he said, correcting himself before saying, “the 21st century.”



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