Biden's Cabinet Denies 25th Amendment Talk Post-Debacle

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Biden's Cabinet Denies Discussing 25th Amendment After Disastrous Debate Performance

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has confirmed that there have been no discussions among Cabinet members about invoking the 25th Amendment following President Joe Biden's disastrous debate performance against former President Donald Trump.

During a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Tuesday, Yellen was asked whether Cabinet members had discussed invoking the 25th Amendment, which enables the vice president and a majority of sitting Cabinet secretaries to declare the president unfit to serve. Yellen responded with a simple "no."

Biden's poor debate performance, which included multiple verbal gaffes and losing his train of thought, has sparked widespread concern over his age, health, and memory. Some Democrats have even called on the president, who is 81 years old, to pull out of the race.

However, Biden has stated that he will not step aside and has dared Democrats to "challenge me at the convention."

Despite the concerns, Yellen defended her boss, stating that Biden is "extremely effective" in meetings and has been able to speak and articulate policies off the top. She also noted that Biden had color back in his skin and was energetic the day after the debate.

House Speaker Mike Johnson has previously called on Biden's Cabinet to consider invoking the 25th Amendment, stating that there are calls from within his own conference for the Amendment to be invoked. Johnson has also stated that he believes the 25th Amendment should be invoked to remove Biden from office.

The 25th Amendment has never been invoked in the history of the United States.

Biden is currently trailing Trump by 3.3% in a national head-to-head matchup in the upcoming presidential election, according to RealClearPolitics' average of polls conducted from June 28 to July 8. Trump's lead grew to 4.8% when independent candidates Cornel West and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Green Party candidate Jill Stein were included in the surveys.

The Trump campaign has not yet responded to a request for comment about the matter.

In related news, Democratic Rep. Troy Carter of Louisiana has blamed Trump for Biden's disastrous debate performance, claiming that Trump was "heckling and making noises" during the face-off, distracting Biden and causing him to be "overprepared." Carter also noted that Biden was not "100% healthy" during the debate.

Carter's claims have not been confirmed by any other sources, and the Trump campaign has not yet responded to inquiries about Trump's alleged conduct during the debate.

The Biden administration has faced criticism for its handling of various issues, including the economy, immigration, and foreign policy. The president's poor debate performance has only added to the concerns about his ability to lead the country.

However, Biden's supporters have defended him, noting that he has a long history of public service and has faced numerous challenges throughout his career. They argue that his experience and leadership skills make him the best candidate to lead the country.

The debate over Biden's fitness for office is likely to continue in the coming weeks and months as the presidential election approaches. However, it is clear that the president's poor debate performance has raised serious concerns about his ability to lead the country.

As the election approaches, it is important for voters to carefully consider the qualifications and policies of all candidates before casting their ballots. Only then can we ensure that our country is led by the best and most capable leaders.


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