On Fox Across America with Jimmy Failla, Congressional candidate and former White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson explained why he thinks Joe Biden is past the point of being able to handle the job of President both physically and mentally.
"We've all got friends and family that have gone through these issues where they started developing cognitive issues, whether it was Alzheimer's or something else or we're just getting old. They get up and they had really good days where they seem like they're really locked on and they know what's going on. They have other days where they just seem like something's not right, something's wrong. And then as time goes on the bad days become more frequent, the good days to come less often. And I think that's what we're seeing with Joe Biden here. He's making a transition. And I really feel bad for the guy, to be honest with you, because I really think that he's spent his whole career at politics, maybe could have been president ten years ago. But I really think that windows closed right now, and I'm not making that statement as a physician that's ever taken care of him, because I wasn't the vice president's physician. I was the president's physician. But I am saying that as a physician who took care of three presidents in three administrations, and I know what it takes to do that job, and I don't think he is mentally there and I don't think he's physically there."