Ex-Speaker Reveals Biden’s Forced and Secretive Way of Speaking

(UnitedHeadlines.com) – Former House Speaker and former California Rep. Kevin McCarthy discussed what it is like to be in a private meeting behind closed doors with President Joe Biden, 81, during an interview Feb. 28.

During his interview with the co-hosts of “Bottom Line” on FOX Business, McCarthy stated that Biden uses notecards during private meetings, saying that behind closed doors, “he still has a teleprompter.”

McCarthy said it was difficult to “deviate” during the debt ceiling negotiations because Biden is reading from the cards and he cannot continue a discussion if you do not stick to what is on the cards.

McCarthy, who has known Biden for a long time, noted that he is not “the same man.” He thanked Biden for serving his country and that he respects him for doing so. However, McCarthy said that based on what he has seen, Biden is not in the position “to serve again” due to his age.

A report by Axios echoes McCarthy’s statements, saying that Biden uses notecards at private fundraisers, where he uses the notecards to call on pre-selected donors. According to the report, his donors are concerned about Biden’s age after seeing him use the notecards that contain details about his policy positions.

The comments from McCarthy come as many voters are growing concerned about the mental capabilities of Biden, who is the oldest president in the history of the United States. A report about Biden’s handling of classified documents by Special Counsel Robert Hur raised more concerns about Biden as it referred to him as an “elderly man with a poor memory” after he failed to remember when his son Beau died and when he was vice president when questioned during the investigation. Polling continues to show that Americans feel he is too old to serve another term, with a Quinnipiac University poll showing 67 percent of voters think he is too old to serve a second term. If re-elected, Biden would be 86 at the end of a potential second term.

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