A doctor who served former President Obama more than 20 years before his presidency said this week that he believes former vice president Joe Biden "seems weak" during the first Democratic debate in Miami when he was attacked by Senator Kamala Harris.
р. David Scheiner told the Washington Examiner that the appearance of Biden during the debate has made him nervous. "Harris started attacking him and he seemed weak to me," said Shaneer. "Somehow I feel like it is not very strong, it was like the feeling I had when the Republicans began to attack Muller so fiercely."
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"Harris started attacking him and he looked fragile to me, somehow I felt he was not very strong "It was like the feeling I got when the Republicans started attacking Muller so fiercely."
Sheiner, who said he would support the 76-year-old Biden or any other candidate for Democrats in the presidential election in 2020, told the examiner also
He said the weight, diet and lack of exercise are a cause for concern. "He clothes," said the doctor for the 73-year-old president. "This is a really critical issue, and it's not trivial [Late-night host] Seth Meyers is joking about it, but it's not a joke, you just can not find the words, he's in trouble."
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The Scheiner interviewer for new research from the American Federation of Aging Studies who have found all the major candidates will probably survive at least one term.
Meanwhile, Biden, who was widely involved in his first debate, said he would not be "polite" in the second debate next week in Detroit.