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Ex-White House physician Ronny Jackson ‘convinced’ Biden not fit for office

Ebony Bowden

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Former Biden stenographer says former vice president is shell of his former self

“I’m not trying to remotely diagnose him with anything,” he said. “I’ve not accused him of having Alzheimer’s or anything of that nature.”

Biden’s campaign has swatted away allegations that Biden lacks the mental acuity to be president, while the septuagenarian candidate, who suffers from frequent verbal fumbles, has described himself as “a gaffe machine.”

“I refer you to the first debate,” Biden spokesman Andrew Bates told The Post on Tuesday, referring to the shambolic Ohio showdown in which Trump frequently spoke over Biden.

But Jackson claimed Biden’s history of gaffes was different from the behavior he now displays on the campaign trail — including repeatedly claiming to be a candidate for the Senate.

“They’re not the typical gaffes. He routinely gets in the middle of a thought and then loses his train of thought and then he can’t recalibrate where he’s at. He’s actually having a lot of trouble recently articulating words,” he said.

Jackson said he was also concerned by the way Biden became visibly frustrated or angry when he got lost mid-sentence.

“As a physician, I can tell you that’s a mechanism that folks that are having cognitive difficulties use to move on and to get out of a situation,” he claimed.

The physician said he wasn’t criticizing Biden because of his advanced age and that while some people approaching 100 could still be as sharp as a tack, Biden was not.

“This is a demanding job from a cognitive standpoint, you have to be locked on, you have to be articulate, you have to process lots and lots of information and multitask,” Jackson said.

“And right now he’s having a really extreme time just focusing on the one task at hand that he has when he stands up in front of voters and tries to explain something,” he added.

Also on the call was former Trump deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland, who told reporters: “I’ve known Joe Biden for a long time and he’s a nice man but he’s not a strong man.”

McFarland sounded the alarm over what she said would be national security risks from a Biden administration, speculating the former veep would not be able to hold his own when negotiating with America’s adversaries abroad.

“I don’t see that Vice President Biden either appreciates how the world has changed over the past 10 years with China and its ambitions and its capabilities, or his willingness to stand up to them since he’s so dismissive of China as a threat,” she said.\